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ORNL Project Demonstrates Viability of ‘Smart’ Traffic Cameras to Save Fuel

Just about every 12 months, approximately 6 billion gallons of fuel are squandered as vehicles hold out at stop lights or sit in dense website traffic with engines idling, according to US Office of Energy estimates. The the very least efficient of these autos are the huge, large vans used for hauling goods—they burn up a lot much more gas than passenger autos burn up when not transferring.

But devising a way for such “gas-guzzlers” to make fewer stops in congested areas should really end result in gas cost savings.

Truck on its way. Image credit: 123fotosweb via Pixabay, CC0 Public Domain

Truck on its way. Impression credit: 123fotosweb via Pixabay, CC0

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Amazon Gets Temporary Injunction to Halt $10B JEDI Project

AWS proceeds its courtroom challenge to a contract awarded to Microsoft to revamp cloud computing infrastructure for the Office of Defense.

The battle proceeds around a $ten billion contract to modernize the IT infrastructure of the Office of Defense.

On Thursday, the US Court docket of Federal Statements issued a preliminary injunction as Amazon sought to end do the job on the project it had once been in the jogging for. The case has garnered the interest of specialists and field watchers who are curious to see how a cloud project of this magnitude is handled in the community sector.

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