28 Nov

I wrote a few months ago about Dallas considering radar guns as a tool to slow down cyclists, whose road speeds had gotten out of hand. Well, it looks like Brooklyn may soon do the same.

In the last …

25 Nov

As a native of the Chicagoland area, I’m kinda disappointed in my beautiful second city today. Legislation has been passed that will allow Traffic Speed Cameras to be used in Chicago. For the time being this will only be in …

22 Nov

As is the case for most technological advancements, the coolest stuff is used by the military first, and then after a few years generally filters down to the general public. For example, some of the smart phone tech you currently …

17 Nov

doppler on wheels radarMost people, when they hear the phrase, “Storm Chaser,” think of people who track tornadoes. Thoughts of the movie Twister come to mind, with men and women running after some of the most dangerous weather known to man …

15 Nov

A new photo radar system that was originally developed in Russia may soon be in use in the United States. Canadian-based manufacturer Peak Gain Systems has taken the Russian design and created the Simicon Cordon, which has some impressive stats.…

10 Nov

We’ve all heard about State birds, State flags, State dogs, State flowers and more State Legislature-recognized activities, objects, plants animals and more, but not every State currently has a State Sport.

A few states seem to have been having …

09 Nov

YU55 was measured and imaged using radio telescopes, which employ similar methods to that used in a radar gun. The asteroid that flew by the Earth today at the closest range of any large rock in the last …

03 Nov

Corpus Christi, Texas has undertaken a new project to give local residents a better idea of how far police procedure, technology and success has come in the last century. The police department has been collecting old artifacts, such as antique