The world changes every second
World technology is changing every few seconds. New tech products can our people lazy day by day. We also accept this technology very quickly. Everyone tries to make a new thing for world people for a happy life. The scientist always tries to make a better life for people. Today I write about the most important 5 inventions what’s are the change in our future world.
1.Internet for Everyone
The world most of the region cannot reach the internet. Almost 4.8 billion people now available active users in the world. This is a total population of 58% percent. A huge number of people out of reached internet. India, China, and the united states are ahead ranks of another country. One guy Elon mask who try to give free internet for everyone earth.
This guy before designed PayPal, make tesla cars, plane to create solar cities and now he makes another plane for earth give internet free. Day by his discovery works for every people. How to possibly finish this work. This time maybe you no need to buy the internet. His plane 4000 low orbit satellite in order to give satellite around the world all-time. Before facebook try to make the internet for everyone with the drone but they are not fully success google also try to give free internet to everyone. I think this billionaire can give internet access worldwide. This company and space X joining and complete this working framework to plane give to submit Federal communications commissions in this January. 4000 satellite is a big quantity of satalite who is always around the earth and gives our people an internet facility. We see this facility come very near maybe the next five years
2.Best Speed 760mph Train
Our communication system change day by day. Now live in this age unbelievable progress technologies. This like a utopian age who wants to go to France to London no need a big journey to push a remote. Future technologies are very interesting car flying air, cars lining with the road and sky streaked with airlines.
3.Heart Monitoring T-Shirt
Now A T-shirt monitors your heart. Smart digital woven conductive a T-shirt can monitor your heart position. When you wear this T-shirt after giving a signal in your smartphone about the heart position. Also can give ECG signal in your smartphone like a doctor. How it works- A novel electrocardiogram device put into a T-shirt who gives a signal on our smartphone. The first product hWear line of smart digital garments by Isreal Healthwatch created a buzz at the recent annual meeting of the American Telemedicine Association and is expected FDA class II by the medical device by the end of 2014.
This T-shirt totally washable is interwoven and high tech-nylon thread and conducting fiber placed in the same location where the 12- 15 leads and ECG machine would be attached to the body. ECG signals collected passively by the textiles sensors.
4.Best cancer Detecting “smart needles”
the disciplinary team of experts has developed a ground-breaking ‘smart needle’ probe that uses light to pinpoint cancerous tissues or cells almost instantaneously. This optical biopsy uses a way called Raman spectroscopy, which measures the sunshine scattered by tissues when a low-power laser is shone onto it. Light is scattered differently from healthy or diseased tissues, meaning that health professionals are ready to detect whether there are concerns within seconds. The results show it’s possible to point out a fingerprint of the disease which will be wont to diagnose cancer within a couple of seconds, producing near-instantaneous results for the clinician and reducing patient anxiety.
The team believes that the new technique could significantly improve the speed of detection and diagnosis of cancers, and particularly lymphoma (a cancer of the immune system) – the sixth most common cancer in the UK. Cancer affects around 50 percent of individuals’ lifetime, while one-in-two will succumb to the disease.
Professor Nick Stone, from the University of Exeter and project lead,said: “The Raman smart needle can measure the molecular changes related to disease in tissues and cells at the end of the needle. Provided we will reach a lump or bump of interest with the needle tip, we should always be ready to assess if it’s healthy or not.”
While early diagnosis is often a key think about providing effective treatment, current methods are often both invasive and time-consuming, leaving patients anxiously awaiting results.
Patients with lymphoma will often have both a sample of cells taken from a suspected lump, followed by a surgical biopsy of the node, to urge a full diagnosis: A process that can often take over two weeks. The team expects this new technique will avoid the necessity for surgery and supply a less invasive and quicker thanks to determining whether the patient has lymphoma.
The team has already proved that it’s possible to differentiate between healthy and diseased tissue, having demonstrated the accuracy of the probe in 68 patient-sample tests within the laboratory. The team are now embarking on a three-year project to initiate a clinical test with the device in patients for the primary time. The ground-breaking project, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) with a grant of around £1million, will see University of Exeter researchers work with the University of Bristol and Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, sustaining a successful partnership of the many years that specialize in the rapid detection of cancer using optical methods.
The ”smart needle” probe, is comprised of fiber-optics encased within a fine needle which will search for cancer under the skin’s surface—for example, in neck glands. Dr. John Day of the University of Bristol, who built the primary prototypes and continues to figure on optimizing the planning, said, “If our probe is successful in clinical trials for lymphoma, then it opens the door to applying it to several other cancers within the body.”
Dr. Alex Dudgeon, a search Fellow in Biomedical Spectroscopy at the University of Exeter and a part of the research team said: “Early detection may be a key think about the successful treatment of cancers. This technique has the potential to extend the speed of lymphoma diagnosis.”
“It could potentially bring huge advantages over traditional methods providing a moment diagnosis, reducing patient anxiety and it’s going to eliminate the necessity for unnecessary diagnostic surgery. As a result, there are often a much-improved patient experience and significant cost and time savings for the NHS.”
Mr.Charlie Hall, a Head and Neck Consultant at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said: “This is an exciting project that has the potential to revolutionize our diagnostic approach to cancers occurring in the head and neck region. Early and accurate diagnosis is the key to raised cancer treatment outcomes and can even have significant economic benefits to the broader NHS.”
5. The Ultimate car charging needs 10 minutes
The electric vehicle is now a very popular idea in a new generation. We see before electric vehicle one most problem is charging time. Before we see a charger station lot of time need for vehicle charging. It’s a boring 10hour for a traveler and any people. Forget 10 hours now Tesla Model can charging a battery 10minutes in the same a copy time. How it possible? lithium-ion battery could top up electric vehicles with 200miles can go away in a one-time charge. So the new generation quickly chose this technology. Future all people choose this option no oil technology. The new technology charging time heats up to 60degree is also comfortable. Before we see charging time to many heats a battery and charger.