Techspo welcomes Active Kinetic 1 game-changing technology.
Active Kinetic 1 are thrilled to share an exciting piece of news that marks a significant milestone in our journey — a journey towards transforming energy generation and propelling sustainability into the future. We are proud to announce that we have been granted a prestigious opportunity: a sponsored exhibition space at Techspo’s Exclusive London event.
Techspo, renowned for its international platform that showcases the latest and most innovative technologies, has provided us with a remarkable platform to unveil our revolutionary technology to the world. This unique recognition underscores the significance of Active Kinetic 1’s groundbreaking innovation, one that harnesses the latent power of mechanical movement to generate clean and sustainable electricity.
At Active Kinetic 1, Innovation is at the heart of everything we do, so for us, this opportunity is more than just a display of technology — it’s a testament to our unwavering dedication to reshaping the energy landscape. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Techspo for providing us with this stage to showcase how kinetic energy conservation can pave the way for a greener, more electrifying future.
Our presence at Techspo is not only a showcase of what Active Kinetic 1 has achieved, but a glimpse into the immense potential it holds. As a technology that bridges the energy supply gap in renewable energy, artificial intelligence, Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), and the Internet of Things (IoT), Active Kinetic 1 is positioned at the forefront of global progress. Its significance goes beyond mere convenience, it has the power to revolutionise the way we perceive and utilize energy in our daily lives.
Moreover, our innovation extends beyond the bounds of Earth itself. In an era where space exploration and communication with distant realms are becoming a reality, the importance of reliable and efficient power sources cannot be overstated. Active Kinetic 1 emerges as a solution—a beacon that could provide vital remote power in scenarios where battery life conservation is paramount.
As we prepare to showcase Active Kinetic 1’s potential to the world at Techspo’s Exclusive London event, we invite you to join us in witnessing the dawn of a new era in energy generation. This exhibition is not just about the technology—it’s about recognizing the power of innovation to shape a more sustainable and connected future. We are excited to stand alongside other visionaries and trailblazers in the tech world, and we can’t wait to share this momentous journey with you. Stay tuned for more updates as we count down to this remarkable event.
Currently doing a knowledge test of Bard and ChatGTP AI chatbot about Active Kinetic 1 gets extremely different results. It reveals Bard to have the head start over ChatGPT due the knowledge update barrier set at September 2021. Below are the answers from the test question.
Chatbot: What is Active Kinetic 1 ?
Active Kinetic 1 is a new technology that claims to generate electricity from movement. It is a disruptive technology that has the potential to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by nearly 90%. The technology is based on a new kinetic formula that reduces mechanical impedance. This allows the generator to operate more efficiently and produce more electricity from the same amount of movement.
Active Kinetic 1 can be used to generate electricity from a variety of sources, including human movement, IoT smart homes, farming, waste, and any fuel. The technology is also scalable, so it can be used to generate electricity for large or small applications.
The company behind Active Kinetic 1 is currently seeking investors to help bring the technology to market. They believe that Active Kinetic 1 has the potential to revolutionize the way we generate electricity and help us to achieve a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Here are some of the benefits of Active Kinetic 1:
It is a clean and renewable source of energy.
It is efficient and can produce a lot of electricity from a small amount of movement.
It is scalable and can be used to generate electricity for large or small applications.
It has the potential to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by nearly 90%.
However, there are also some challenges that need to be addressed before Active Kinetic 1 can be widely adopted. These challenges include:
The technology is still in the early stages of development.
The cost of the technology is not yet known.
The efficiency of the technology needs to be further improved.
Overall, Active Kinetic 1 is a promising new technology with the potential to revolutionise the way we generate electricity. However, there are still some challenges that need to be addressed before the technology can be widely adopted.
As of my last update in September 2021, there is no widely recognized or established term or concept called “Active Kinetic 1.” It’s possible that it may refer to a specific product, technology, or concept that has emerged or become known after my last update. Without more context or information, it is challenging to provide a precise answer.
If “Active Kinetic 1” has become a known term or concept after my last update, I would not have information on it. I recommend searching for the term using up-to-date sources or specifying more context about what you are referring to so that I can try to assist you better.
These are the reactions from people that have seen and tested the Active Kinetic generator shown at Reset Connect the renewable and sustainability event in London Excel.
The devices were worn all day displaying the availability of free electricity from the bodies natural kinetic movement. The same devices have been used to demonstrate various other technology, such as dogs safety lights, renewable energy from the movement of shopping carts.
we would like to thank everyone who took part in testing and offering your valuable suggestions for other uses for the technology which included powering freight tracking systems, cableless robotics, etc.
An estimated 1.2 million dog fatalities occur on the roads each year. Pet visibility is a safety concern for dogs and owners, reflective and lighting on clothing has saved many lives.
Unfortunately, recharging, battery life and disposal remains a major issue for users.
The Active kinetic generator recharges from the dogs natural movement. Not needing to recharge is a major user convenience and replaces the need for a battery in Dog visibility harnesses.
The lighting generated from walking provides visibility to vehicles such as scooters, bicycles and motor vehicles. The lights provide safety to both the dog and pedestrian often at risk of collision at night.
Recharging is a common issue for dog safety lights. Lighting powered by an active kinetic generator simply generates electricity from movement. Subtle walking movements provides energy to generate instant light or harvests the electrical energy in storage for later use. Stored energy could provide energy for lighting, vibrating collar training, location detection or a variety of devices.
The technology displays a major advance in modern history, where humans have access to regenerative energy and an instant energy supply.
The energy supply can be used by a variety of devices to assist with 24 hour animal tracking, especially nocturnal animals hosting miniature generators.
There are many new avenues to explore. Regenerating natural habitats to be equipped for kinetic energy harvesting adds a valuable mix of renewables. This free energy will soon become available everywhere and should improve life for animals too.
As demonstrated below the voltage rises to over 5 Volts as a result of mechanical acoustic vibrations in the vehicles engine. The forced vibrations send waves of kinetic energy through the generator causing induction to generate electricity.
The AC voltage generated could supply power for real-time devices or retained to energy in storage.
Vibration from rotating systems manifest lots of hidden energy. This energy can be conserved and reused by using the active kinetic generator.
Free Electricity from Shopping Cart / Trolley for IoT
Every shopping trip could generate free electricity, and adds less than 1% to the weight.
This example shows the active current being generated from the movement of a trolley. Voltage is generated here are well beyond what is needed for IoT circuitry. It offers the potential for reuse of stored energy for lighting, or as a renewable energy source.
First Light Fusion, CEO, Dr. Nicholas Hawker talks fusion with Active Kinetic 1 Founder.
A combination of fusion and kinetic energy technologies will enable limitless energy anywhere in the universe and we are extremely close to a new variety of solutions.
The energy revolution is well underway. Understanding the interaction requires an average mindset. As confirmed by Dr. Nicholas Hawker, Co-Founder & CEO from First Light Fusion, during fusion, the atomic nuclei undergo a process called nuclear fusion, where they collide and fuse together. This fusion process requires a tremendous amount of energy to overcome the electrostatic repulsion between the positively charged nuclei. When the nuclei overcome this repulsion and fuse, they release energy in the form of kinetic and thermal energy.
The kinetic energy is a primary source of electricity, while the thermal energy serves as a secondary source to drive such systems as turbines.
By utilising the containment of thermal energy drives the steam turbine attached to a dynamo to generate electricity.
Although work has already begun to create a thermal powered fusion system, it is indeed evident that forces from kinetic energy could provide far more energy and even portability.
Dr. Nicholas Hawker explained that matter formed during fusion is released from the fusion reaction and emits a huge kinetic force that is contained by surrounding enclosures.
As a fusion reaction occurs in a split second, the force of movement would shred any gear system constructed. Hence the kinetic energy from fusion is useless to drive a dynamo.
The knowledge share was conclusive that Active Kinetic 1 generators provide an improved solution to generate electricity and conserve kinetic energy currently lost during the fusion process. A kinetic fusion technology has the potential to increase output by megajoules.
The First Light Fusion pilot plant is expected to generate 150 MW of electricity using thermal energy and will be completed by the 2030s with costs less than $1 billion.
Most fusion reactions are achieved by heating and compressing a plasma of light atomic nuclei to extremely high temperatures and densities. Whereas, First Light Fusion use a cost efficient projectile propelled by an assembly of electromagnetic similar to a railgun. The projectile collides with the target at speeds of 14,540mph. The collision forces the projectile to crush the target containing the fuel cell, causing it to collapse and implode. The fuel pellet is compressed from several millimeters down to less than 100 microns forcing the fusion reaction to release neutrons, heat energy and kinetic energy.
When a fusion reaction occurs, high-speed particles such as neutrons, protons, and alpha particles are produced. These particles carry kinetic energy due to their motion. The force exerted by these particles can be calculated using Newton’s second law of motion, which states that the force (F) is equal to the mass (m) of an object multiplied by its acceleration (a). Mathematically, it can be expressed as F = ma.
In fusion reactors and experimental setups, various materials are used to handle the forces and energy generated by the fusion reaction. The selection of materials depends on factors such as temperature, radiation levels, neutron flux, and the specific design of the fusion system. These materials could be designed to release controlled levels of kinetic energy generating megajoules from active kinetic electricity.
The principle of “every action produces an equal and opposite reaction” is a fundamental concept derived from Newton’s third law of motion, which applies to the motion of objects in the context of classical mechanics for capturing the kinetic energy used by active kinetic generators.
In the case of fusion, the reactions occur at the atomic or subatomic level. Governed by the laws of quantum mechanics, Fusion reactions involve the combination of atomic nuclei to form a heavier nucleus. This process releases a large amount of energy, primarily in the form of electromagnetic radiation (thermal energy) and kinetic energy, as explained earlier.
Fusion reactions, such as those occurring in the Sun or in experimental fusion reactors, involve the fusion of light atomic nuclei, typically isotopes of hydrogen. The fusion process requires extremely high temperatures and pressures to overcome the electrostatic repulsion between positively charged nuclei.
During fusion, the combined mass of the product nucleus is slightly less than the sum of the masses of the initial nuclei. This mass difference is converted into energy according to Einstein’s famous equation, E=mc², where E represents energy, m represents the mass difference, and c represents the speed of light. This conversion of mass into energy is what powers fusion reactions.
In fusion reactions, the energy released in the form of radiation and kinetic energy is not a result of a direct reaction and its opposite reaction, but rather the result of the conversion of a small amount of mass into energy. The laws of conservation of energy and mass are respected in these reactions.
Therefore, while Newton’s third law applies to macroscopic objects in classical mechanics, it is not the principle that governs the release of energy in fusion reactions. The principles of quantum mechanics and the conversion of mass into energy, as described by Einstein’s equation, play a central role in understanding and explaining the energy release in fusion processes.
The radioactive elements in fusion are far less than in Nuclear fission, so the fusion chamber can be adapted to harvest the kinetic energy.
In reality, using active kinetic generators even a fossil fuel combustion system might be converted to harvest kinetic energy saving vast amounts of energy loss.
This by chance meeting at Innovation Zero has provided lots of insight into the world of fusion energy, I believe my suit gravitated me to meet with some interesting people and minds with similar predictions in technology.
Using kinetic energy for Fusion and various other sources of energy will increase energy output, the energy mix and increase substantially.
Recover and recycle wind energy from high speed passing traffic.
Megawatts of power for thousands of homes by simply reusing energy produced from vehicles passing on a busy road.
Reduce carbon energy loss by improving methods of conservation. Kinetic generators operate on subtle movement and can be replicated like cells on a solar panel to capture vast amounts of energy currently wasted.
Additionally the systems will be used to capture and remove carbon.
The technology is safe, fast and easy to implement worldwide. It could be adopted within a few years to make an international impact on energy security, reduction of fossil fuels and removal of atmospheric carbon.
This technology is the cleanest method currently available to generate electricity and reduce carbon. It has no radioactive elements, requires no fuel and it is affordable.
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