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01. March 2007

Bitflux und Mediagonal
@ 15:30:49

Gratulation an die Involvierten [1,2] u.a.m. ;)


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19. December 2006

Google und Endoxon
@ 07:50:16

Gratulation an die Involvierten [1,2] u.a.m. ;)


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07. July 2005 with new feature
@ 10:57:45 displays now real time departure times for bus stops and train stations [1].


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06. April 2005

Chainless (Kardan) Bicyle
@ 23:37:38

It was love at first sight, when I discovered a Biomega Copenhagen [1] chainless bicycle at the Velokurier-Laden [2] about two years ago. But one cannot always buy what he likes ;) Anyway, the other day I started to look around what the chainless bicycle market currently looks like [3].

There are some Shops that provide one or more models suited with the kardan-transmission. The transmission is mostly produced by Taiwan Sussex chainless transmission bicycle manufacturer, although I could not figure out a price for the transmission.

What really astonished me is the fact, that there is a Chinese company called Shanghai Zhimei Rolleu-Chainless Bicycle Co.,Ltd which has a full set of bicycles with chainless transmission but not even one European dealer listed on their website [4]. So, if I was a bicycle dealer in Switzerland, I would at least try some of their models. Let me know if You start importing them ;)


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30. March 2005

Carbameds oxygen flow sensor innovation
@ 22:49:59

By the end of last year, Carbamed AG launched a new product called Digiflow. The oxygen flow meter uses Sensirion sensor technology [2] and therfore represents a totally new dimension in oxygen regulation [3].


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27. January 2005

The agenda for the LOTS Event 2005
@ 17:23:49

The LOTS agenda [1] is now online and You are kindly invited to register yourself ;)


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21. January 2005

RFID course - Technologies and Applications
@ 20:37:11

Thierry Roz, Product & Business Development Manager of the Business Unit RFID of EM-Microelectronic Marin sent me the outline of a that course on "Identification Sans Contact: Techniques et Applications «low-cost»" [1]. Together with Dr. Ngoc Chau Bui, my tutor at the Technical University of Biel, he is talking about RFID markets, technologies, products and what the future might bring. I can really recommend the course. No, I have no provision ;)

Mr. Bui is Director of MicroCID SA, which offers products such as COMPACT FLASH or PCMCIA RFID Readers [2].


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