Hello. I’d like to introduce myself. My name is Brian Shell, and I’m the new contributing writer for the Engineering Society of Detroit’s Technology Century magazine’s “Art of Science” section. Why me? Because I was an electrical engineer in Los Angeles who left at age 27 and became a published author, artist, and musician.
Rikuchiyu, a city off the coast of Maldives is known for its pristine white beaches, green and prosperous downtown and attractive hi-rise vertical farms. It is the “emerald city where everybody wants to live”. From the vertical farms like the Hanging Gardens of Babylonian to the thrilling under water slide Shipwreck, this magnificent city has it all.
BY BILL VANDER ROEST
Following a century of innovation in the automotive safety arena encompassing vehicle structures, higher strength materials, crumple zones, occupant restraints (with the invention of the safety belt and the airbag) and now the exciting developments in active safety there is a broadening horizon for engineers with an eye to the future.