Airshows are always a great joy to watch, and they make us wonder how the pilots are able to pull off such jaw-dropping stunts. The Geico Skytypers’ crew conducts air shows across the country using 6 vintage WW II aircraft to achieve advanced maneuverability techniques. They combine the flexibility of these aircraft with current advanced navigation systems in order to achieve precise positioning and maneuverability. The challenge is even greater when performing across large water bodies where there are no landmarks to guide with navigation.
According to the groundhog we can expect an early end to the winter weather. That is great news to bikers who are itching to get out there and hit the road, especially in the northern regions. Now that the weather is getting better many riders are thinking about planning trips as vacations or just weekend getaways.
According to meteorologists, the Winter of 2019 will be warmer than usual thanks to the El Nino effect. That means you will see less news about 10 foot or more snow fall dumped on communities around the country. The warmer weather will however bring more rain and flooding in low lying areas will be of concern.
The calendar says winter and the weather is cold in the northern parts of the United States. And it would be crazy to talk about boating, but there are parts of the country where fishermen and boaters enjoy the warm weather and sunshine all year around.
If you have a car that was built since 2015 then you probably have an electronic display that allows you to pick your radio station, control your comfort, set your destination and answer your phone. Some functions can be voice controlled, but most often you have to look away from the road to fiddle with the touch screen. And the glare on the screen makes visibility even harder. This is a recipe for an accident.
Today’s car windshields are much bigger than in the past which means more sunlight is coming in during the daytime. This results in more glare reflecting back from the dashboard which makes it hard to see the road or your radio and GPS display.
For bike riders it is always fun to get away and hit the open road. Now that the weather is getting better in the East and North parts of the U.S. many riders are thinking about planning trips as vacations or just weekend getaways.
July 4th is coming up, and what better way to spend the day than out in the sun with friends and family. With technology being a significant part of our lives, we know you won’t be leaving those cell phones, tablets and laptops behind either.
But these devices can be cumbersome to use out in bright sunlight. The reflections and glare from the devices can make it hard to see, in addition to the risk of the display getting damaged.
However, there is an answer. The NuShield DayVue Screen Protector can help protect your devices for an enjoyable July 4th experience. This article will show you how.
Long gone are the days when troops stormed beaches without reliable information about enemy positions and capabilities. Today, our military relies on extensive information on the battlefield which helps to limit casualties and insures superiority on land, at sea and in the air.