Fuel-cell uses hydrogen gas which emits only water vapor to operate cars and other types of machinery. This type of fuel system eliminates risks on the environment by using chemical energy producing cleaner and more efficient electricity. Today, automobile companies seek to use fuel-cell technology as their motor’s source of power.
Hyundai Motor Group plans to invest about $7 billion in developing this system to their cars, ships, and drones over the next ten years with an estimation of producing 700,000 units powered with hydrogen power. The company together with its affiliate, Kia Motors, is recorded as the fifth largest automaker in the world that aims to build a “hydrogen society” hoping that this will be the future and trend in the auto industry.
Meanwhile, this type of hydrogen-powered system is already being used on Toyota’s automobiles and have already gained much profit in a short period. The decision on whether to apply this kind of fuel system had taken a while for Hyundai.
In recent years, the Hyundai Motor Group as a whole received criticisms from other companies because of its slow adaption to electric vehicles that are battery-powered. Because of it, they have been struggling to cope with their rival’s production and revenues although maintaining to be the second largest group automaker in South Korea.
Despite the criticism, the company still believes that if they invest in fuel-cell technology today, they will reap its long-term benefits. They are planning on producing a commercially-made hydrogen-powered truck which will be the world’s first in collaboration with H2 Energy, a Swiss hydrogen company.
Hyundai’s mission in establishing fuel-cell technology in their automobiles is to gain more than from what they can profit—that is to contribute to a cleaner environment for the next generation. In creating the “hydrogen society,” they would want to go beyond what is expected by others. They want to change the game in the industry by leveling-up their role in society by being more environmentally responsible.
Indeed, being influential in the world should take a vital role in saving our environment. These companies are owned by the most advanced nations and are striving hard to innovate on new technology.
Accordingly, adapting to fuel-cell technology will take the company a little while to have their return on investment. But still, their goal to preserve the environment remains the point of why they are shifting to new technology.
Another US Navy Fighter Jet Crashes in The Philippine Sea
On Sunday, November 12, a US Navy fighter jet had a mechanical issue while it went on routine operations. The F/A-18 Hornet crashed in the Philippine Sea which is also south of the Japanese island of Okinawa – where US Military bases are. According to reports on the incident, two of its pilots were forced to eject when the jet had malfunctioned. They were immediately rescued and evaluated at the USS Ronald Reagan. The Japanese coastguard also checked for any debris on the sea or oil from the crash, according to the AFP news.
Meanwhile, the said crash is already under investigation, and other sailors are also under drug investigation by the US Navy since there have been some crashes this year. The latest incident that occurred before this was just last October when a stealth fighter crashed in one of their training and a Navy helicopter which also hit on the flight deck on the Ronald Reagan after a failed takeoff. This caused injury of 12 sailors.
This again has caused millions of dollars, and a part of it is the United States’ most expensive armory to be ever recorded in history. Resulting from international partners in suspending operations for a thorough inspection.
For most these types of incidents is just part of the training which is only a glimpse of what is really about to happen in the battlefield. Hence, the need to check not only the aircraft but also on our people who are serving to avoid failure in the future. Our troops are our shield, and they have to be regularly evaluated physically and mentally. We never know what these events have caused in their emotional health.
The crash of the F/A-18 was labeled as nothing serious nor life-threatening because there were no casualties involved. But for some, there is something more than just material possession under the US Navy that has failed; and the question lies on how the quality of the aircraft and their people are being assessed. With the series of failed attempts on takeoff, it is now time to do a serious investigation and assessment.
Shuttle Bus Crash at Chicago O’Hare Airport Causes Delays and Injures 15
A bus crash at the Chicago O’Hare Airport Friday morning injured at least 15 people.
The crash happened around 6:35 a.m. when a shuttle bus hit a barrier in the westbound lanes of Interstate 190 leading into the airport, just before Terminal 1, said Officer Jose Estrada, a Chicago Police Department spokesman.
“The bus appeared to just come to a sudden stop; unknown as to why. That’s under investigation,” Fire Department District Chief Tim Sampey said.
Fire Chief Timothy Sampey said the driver of the bus was pinned in during the crash.
Two firefighters happened to be behind the bus in separate vehicles, and witnessed the crash. One of the firefighters grabbed a hammer from his car and broke a window on the bus to get to the driver, reported CBS Chicago. The firefighter and an airport employee who arrived at the scene helped get the driver out of the bus while the other firefighter boarded the bus and began triage on the injured passengers.
The I-190 entrance to O’Hare was closed while emergency crews helped all of the passengers get off the bus. By 8:30 a.m., all lanes were reopened.
At least 14 ambulances were called to the scene and victims were reported to be taken to Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center, Swedish Covenant Hospital, and Loyola University Medical Center.
Fire officials said four people were transported in critical condition, five in fair-to-serious condition, four in good condition and two people refused treatment.
Officials said the cause of the crash was under investigation.
Bus Accident Near O’Hare Airport
Fire Chief Timothy Sampey provides the latest on a shuttle bus crash near O’Hare Airport. The bus crashed into a median around 6:30 a.m. just before Terminal 1.
Woman Sues GM After Suffering Third-Degree Burns from Heated Seat
A woman in Maine is suing General Motors after she suffered a third-degree burn while riding in the backseat of her friend’s Chevrolet Suburban.
Emma Verrill filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Portland, Maine, saying that GM failed to adequately test the rear seat heaters to prevent them from reaching dangerously high temperatures that would burn human flesh. She’s seeking unspecified damages.
Verrill is paralyzed from the waist down, she cannot feel temperature in the lower half of her body. She did not know that the seat heater in her friend’s 2009 Suburban was activated June 28, 2012, during a drive from New York City to the Connecticut shore.
She learned her skin was badly scarred during a series of hospital visits after the injury. A doctor had to remove a section of skin from her upper left thigh to graft in place of the burned flesh.
“I have very limited sensation. I have touch sensation, but I don’t have temperature sensation. So if water is too hot or if something is too cold, I can’t tell. Because of that, my body can tell me in other ways if there is something that isn’t really right. And I just knew that something was wrong,” Verrill said.
Verrill is permanently paralyzed after a spinal operation that went terribly wrong in 2003 at age 15 during her sophomore year of high school. She will need a wheelchair for the rest of her life.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not received any consumer complaints about the vehicles’ seat heaters, said José Alberto Uclés, a spokesman for the government agency.
Yarmouth woman sues GM over burns
Emma Verrill, who became a paraplegic in high school, is now suing General Motors over an SUV seat heater malfunction that left her bed-ridden for 10 weeks and scarred for life.
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