Technology

Need for Localised Energy Storage Solutions: Meeting Tomorrow’s Demands Today 

Need for Localised Energy Storage Solutions: Meeting Tomorrow’s Demands Today 

When talking about sustainable energy solutions, the role of energy storage cannot be overlooked. According to International Energy Agency (IEA) reports, global energy demand will rise by 1.3% per year by 2040. With the rapid growth of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power, the renewable energy landscape is changing faster than ever…

Bridging Utility and Aesthetics

Bridging Utility and Aesthetics

The inauguration of the Sydney Harbour Bridge took place on March 19th, 1932. Stretching across Sydney Harbour from the central business district (CBD) to the North Shore, it stands as one of Sydney, Australia’s most iconic landmarks, alongside the Opera House. Spanning from Dawes Point to Milsons Point, the bridge is affectionately known as ‘The…

Technological Triumphs: Harnessing EFT Game Strategies for Advancement

Technological Triumphs: Harnessing EFT Game Strategies for Advancement

In the ever-evolving landscape of gaming, strategies, and techniques continuously emerge to enhance gameplay and push the boundaries of what is achievable within virtual worlds. Escape from Tarkov (EFT), a multiplayer first-person shooter game, stands as a prime example of a title that demands strategic prowess and adaptability from its players. While some may frown…

Designing for the Unpredictable

Designing for the Unpredictable

In today’s world, natural disasters are occurring more frequently and with greater severity. To minimise their impact, it’s crucial to construct buildings that can withstand nature’s forces. Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems are vital to building design and significantly contribute to disaster readiness. By integrating essential MEP factors into your building’s design, you can…

Sky Gardens Earthly Walls

Sky Gardens Earthly Walls

Green roofs and living walls are a great alternative to integrating nature into urban architecture. We all have heard about billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s house, Antilia, which is constructed with vertical gardens of green walls covered in vegetation. Not only does it look appealing from the outside, but it also improves air quality by absorbing carbon…

Building Sustainable Skyscrapers

Building Sustainable Skyscrapers

The population of urban areas worldwide is projected to increase by more than 2 billion in the next thirty years. Many of these individuals will require new housing. However, constructing homes using traditional materials would result in a significant release of carbon dioxide. Research conducted by the United Nations indicates that concrete, steel, glass, and…

Smart Highways and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Smart Highways and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Tata Projects Limited, one of India’s fastest-growing infrastructure companies, recently inaugurated two ‘Smart Roads’ in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. Integrated with sensors, cameras, and communication technologies to garner data about traffic patterns, weather conditions, digital signage, and road surface conditions in real time, these smart roads are the future of robust traffic infrastructure. To curb and…

Urban Towers Green Gardens

Urban Towers Green Gardens

Urban agriculture has traditionally served as a recreational and calming outlet for city dwellers, offering a break from the busy urban lifestyle. It also plays a role in enhancing residents’ access to fresh, locally-grown food. With modern techniques, even limited urban spaces can be effectively utilised for farming, providing fresh produce year-round. The Growing Urban…

The Eco-Consciousness  

The Eco-Consciousness  

Climate change and polluted air, land, and water bodies represent some of the most intricate challenges confronting the world today. The construction industry stands out as a notable contributor to these issues, responsible for 4% of particulate air pollution, more instances of water pollution than any other sector, and thousands of noise complaints annually. In…

HR’s Generative Leap

HR’s Generative Leap

The adoption of artificial intelligence tools in the field of human resources has been slow to gain widespread acceptance. However, GenAI technologies, which can generate content from various sources and quickly summarise multiple data sets, offer several powerful capabilities to HR professionals. Teams are already utilising chatbots and exploring AI applications in recruiting scenarios. As…