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On October 15, more than 150 countries meeting in Rwanda agreed to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), gases frequently used in refrigerators, air conditioning units and insulating foams. This measure, aimed at fighting global climate change, has scientists racing to find an energy-efficient, cost-effective alternative.

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Engineers at Stanford University have developed a fabric that helps the human body cool down better than any existing fiber.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Environmental Cloud Software HVAC By MadgeTech Marketing Team

With record warm temperatures being felt around the world, it's no surprise that people have their air condition cranking. However, the sweet relief from the heat could come at a costly price when the electricity bill comes in the mail. That could all be changing, researchers at the Universiti Putra Malaysia say they have invented a new technology that could minimize the use of air conditioning and heating systems.

The new system is known as Nanotechnology for Encapsulation of Phase Change Material, and is said to be capable of bringing down room temperature in buildings through thermal energy storage. The method utilizes a material that can absorb, store and release thermal heat when the surrounding temperature is above or below the melting temperature.

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Posted in: Building / Structural Environmental Cloud HVAC Air Quality Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

If the new Tower Infinity in Seoul, South Korea doesn't turn too many heads, its designers won't be concerned – they'll be flattered! At 1,476 feet tall, Tower Infinity will be the sixth tallest structure in the world, but, more remarkably, the skyscraper is also designed to be invisible.

While making a 450-meter building disappear sounds like a stunt worthy of David Blaine, the invisibility effect is actually created with the latest technology. Cameras around Tower Infinity will constantly capture images of the area surrounding the building and project them onto the tower's reflective LED façade. This technology is somewhat similar to the so-called Harry Potter "invisibility cloak" created at the University of California Berkeley last fall. At full power, this technique creates a 360 degree view of the surrounding sky and buildings that makes Tower Infinity all but disappear against the Seoul skyline.

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Posted in: Building / Structural Concrete HVAC Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

MadgeTech is excited to announce the release of MadgeTech Cloud Services Basic, a free cloud hosted data logging platform. This new service is robust and commitment free, opening up access to a flexible and affordable solution for hundreds of new applications.

MadgeTech Cloud Services users are provided with instant access to real-time data logging information from any internet enabled device, anywhere in the world. Monitoring temperature of storage facilities or continuous process monitoring is easier than ever. Simply access the MadgeTech Cloud Services web based interface from any internet enabled device to view and download recorded data. Monitor multiple facilities and locations around the globe, all with one account, right from the palm of your hand.

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