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#TechTuesday – Top News This Week In Solar


Top News This Week In Solar

Today is #TechTuesday and here are the top headlines in solar news this week:

  • US Department of Energy (DOE) awards $125m for 41 transformational energy tech projects, including solar – Click here to read more
  • The world’s largest solar farm has an ingenious way to provide clean energy to half-a-million people – Click here to read more
  • US Department of Energy (DOE) allocates $22.7 million for 23 solar tech projects – Click here to read more

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Tech Tuesday: A Solar Road Producing More Energy Than Expected


Did you know that in November of last year there had been a solar road that opened in the Netherlands which produced more than 3,000 kilowatt-hours of energy? That amount of energy is enough to power a single small household for one year, according to Al-Jazeera America.

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Also, did you know we here at MILSPRAY Military Technologies™ have a renewable energy system that efficiently harvests freely available solar energy, it’s called the Scorpion Energy Hunter™.

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Tech Tuesday: New Design & Modeling Tools Used To Access Larger Solar Markets


It’s Tech Tuesday and in recent headlines we have been reading how the residential solar market has been outpacing the commercial side. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel with companies like: HelioScope and Energy Toolbase who have created design and modeling tools to make the often ignored commercial solar market more accessible to all.

Design & Modeling Tools

HelioScope:  Is an advanced photovoltaic (PV) system design tool that integrates system layout and performance modeling to simplify the process of engineering and selling solar projects. It allows engineers to quickly evaluate potential sites, analyze design decisions, and streamline project workflow. Click here to learn more.

Energy Toolbase: Is a tool that allows you to model and propose any type of project, for any type of customer, using a variety of options with regards to financing. Some key features include: precise utility bill calculations, ability to simulate kW demand reduction from Solar PV, and tools designed to speed up your sales cycle.  Click here to learn more.

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Tech Tuesday: MILSPRAY’s Ballistic Resistant System™ – Protecting Those * Protecting Us

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The patent pending MILSPRAY’s Ballistic Resistant System™ is specifically designed for standard Municipal and State police vehicles. Adding only 32-44 pounds per door*, the Ballistic Resistant System™ offers Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL) Level-III protection. It is designed for a high level of protection with easy installation at a low cost. The system meets National Institute of Justice (NIJ) as well as UL standards for ballistic resistance and undergoes a series of quality controls and testing in accordance with the standard NIJ test protocol.

MILSPRAY’s Ballistic Resistant System™ consists of a network of panels that may be installed by almost anyone with general knowledge of hand tools. They are installed within the interior of the vehicle door panels, thus hidden from sight and do not interfere with the inner mechanics or appearance of the door. There are no vehicle modifications required. This type of NIJ/UL ballistic protection is easily attainable even with limited municipal/township level budgets.

* Weight estimation only; actual weight will vary based on make and model of the vehicle.

Later this year, MILSPRAY’s 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, In The Spirit of Giving Foundation, will sponsor the “Protecting Those * Protecting Us” GoFundMe Crowdfunding Campaign.

The campaign will raise funds to install over 5,000 Ballistic Resistant System™ for law enforcement agencies nationwide.

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Tech Tuesday: 3D Prototyping From Our Research & Development Lab

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It’s Tech Tuesday and we wanted to show you a behind the scenes view of our Research & Development Laboratory. Matthew Johnston, Director of Research & Development sent these photos and stated, “We are currently 3D prototyping new products that will soon be commercially available.”

For more at a glance photos from behind the scenes of our Research & Development Laboratory, and recent Technology News/Updates be sure to visit us on Tuesdays.

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#TechTuesday: FEMA Adds New Feature to App to Help Users Weather the Storm


It’s #TechTuesday and recently the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has decided to add a new feature within their smartphone app. The new feature will enable people to subscribe to the National Weather Service alerts for up to five cities, which will assist users in keeping track of friends and families in addition to their own residences.

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Tech Tuesday: WhatsApp Lets Users Make Voice Calls From App

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Are you a frequent traveler? If so, you will be happy with this #TechTuesday news.

Did you know that due to a recent update in the WhatsApp application, Android users began being able to make voice calls today? According to VentureBeat, “WhatsApp cofounder, Brian Acton also stated that the voice feature will be coming to iOS in the coming weeks.”

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#TechTuesday: 93, is the Winning Number of Strykers to be Built at Anniston Army Depot!


Photo Credit: Alabama’s 13 WVTM Birmingham

On this edition of #TechTuesday, we want to bring your attention to the Anniston Army Depot in Calhoun County, AL. Where the Anniston Army Depot and General Dynamics will be producing military vehicles that will take place over the next two years and help bring safety to the men and women who serve our country. Ninety-Three (93) Strykers will have new “Double V Hull” technology, that could very well be described as “life-saving” and will be produced at the Anniston Army Depot. Another important aspect of the updated Strykers is their ability to be rebuilt at a cost of 60% compared to building a new vehicle.

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Tech Tuesday: The Robots Are Coming: Even to Cars!


Credit: Photo Taken by Morio

Credit: Photo Taken by Morio


Good afternoon! On this Tech Tuesday, we want to talk about those elusive characters that are often discussed in movies, those piles of parts that are at the brink of being unleashed into today’s mainstream society, otherwise, known as “Robots”.

Over the past couple of months there have been quite a few headlines pertaining to what progress is being made in the modern “Robot” age. There is a new generation of robot that is being worked on that will have much more freedom than their previous generations.

Here are just a few examples from the Mirror Newspapers (UK):

  • Delivery Drivers
  • Butlers- First Robot Butler is already working at a Californian hotel (Aloft).
Credit: Flickr Enon Robot, via Wiki Commons

Credit: Flickr Enon Robot, via Wiki Commons

Did you ever want to create a robot, if so there is a new open source competition titled “Hack the Arduino Robot” currently going on at:

To apply for this competition you need to submit a short description of your project idea (up to 120 words) until the 26th of January responding to the following questions:

  • What would you do with an Arduino Robot?
  • What makes your idea special?
  • What real life problem does your robot solve?

To read more about the:

“Rise of the Machines” from Mirror Newspaper UK visit:

“The Robots Are Coming: Even to the Cloud” from Government Technology visit:

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