Autel Energy Launches Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite With A Festive Christmas Gift Box

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Autel Energy, a leading innovator in electric vehicle charging solutions, is excited to announce the release of its Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite. Tailor-made to bring joy and convenience to EV owners during the holiday season, this festive addition to the Autel Energy product lineup is now available on Amazon US and Amazon CA. As a leading brand in the EV charging industry, Autel Energy has consistently delivered cutting-edge EV chargers that combine technology, sustainability, and style. The Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite is no exception, seamlessly blending high-performance f… Read More “Autel Energy Launches Driven Snow White MaxiCharger AC Lite With A Festive Christmas Gift Box”

Jets Reportedly Inquired About Davante Adams & Mike Evans

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Rumors coming out of the NFL trade deadline suggest that the Jets inquired about wide receiversDavante Adams andMike Evans but did not receive much interest in return. The team was rather quiet, but general manager Joe Douglas claims that he was busy as the deadline approached. “I won’t get into specific conversations but I will say that we had a lot of talks with a lot of teams on a lot of players at a lot of different positions,” Douglas told reporters Tuesday. “Ultimately, at the end of the day, we did what we felt was best for the team. We’re excited about the guys we have.” The Jets were … Read More “Jets Reportedly Inquired About Davante Adams & Mike Evans”

Science in Space: Robotic Helpers

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Crew time is a valuable resource on the International Space Station and its value only increases for future space missions. One way to make the most of crew time is using robotic technology either to assist crew members with various tasks and or to completely automate others. A current investigation on the space station, JEM Internal Ball Camera 2, is part of ongoing efforts to develop this technology. The free floating remote-controlled panoramic camera launched to the space station in 2018 and this investigation from JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) demonstrates using the camera to … Read More “Science in Space: Robotic Helpers”