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Sustainable land development solutions using new methods

Almost all growth in this world is designed by engineers hired by developers. The engineers look at local regulatory minimums to squeeze every possible inch of residential or commercial yield - density. By holding to the most minimal dimensions allowed by regulation means that to service the resulting homes and commercial properties, the engineer must design the greatest possible road and utility main length consuming ...more »

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Wireless sensor network for agriculture applications

Most of the new agriculture technologies, such as precision agriculture and precision farming rely on installation of connected sensor systems. Many of those agricultural systems require cellular coverage to connect the agriculture sensors to the gateway. Because cellular coverage is not available everywhere, many farmers are unable to use advanced agriculture technology. Ironically as it may be, seems like agriculture ...more »

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Smart air management and fire protection

Smart buildings with installed air treatment centers for pollutants ( "cold" dissociated freon ions such as chlorides and fluorides and hydrogen, and molecules such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen dioxide) that can be collected in rain water and separated. Individual components such as chlorine, Fluorine, hydrocarbons, nitrogen or hydrogen can be stored and reused as fuel sources or recombined environmentally biodegradable ...more »

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Tiles, Structure Beans, Roofing Energy Efficiency

Structure beans could use recycle paper, plant, nut shell or other carbon "heat" treated material and organic resin such as "wood amber" to make strong compressed materials for making "wood beans" for building support sometimes with iron bars. Concrete and carbon combinations to make tiles, roofing and building walls can be insulated against heat, cold, moisture, mold, unwanted insects. It could become energy efficient ...more »

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Parallel Heat/ Cold/ Optional Steam Storage System

Thermal storage can be water, air or steam if available. Air vents can have openings (water proof cover) on roofs to sense air temperature and with a duct system to heat air using solar power for heat conduction, convection, induction. Air vents could be kept warm or cooled with a parallel water cooling system of ducts. Inside rooms, air openings on ceilings for temperature control, filter, transfer heat energy, but floor ...more »

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Building Envelope

Most residential building envelopes still uses wood framing, technology that is hundreds of years old, with insulation and interior drywall technology about 60 years old, while the exterior cladding is either siding or brick. I propose a new technology that eliminates the decay, fire hazard, and several other problems associated with that way of building, while lasting hundreds of years. The "Building Envelope" category ...more »

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