Wireless transmission of wheel rotation direction is disclosed. A disclosed apparatus includes a tone ring exhibiting a rotational asymmetry and a detector to measure a rotational direction of a wheel of a vehicle based on the rotational asymmetry and to measure a rotational speed of the wheel, where the detector or the tone ring is operatively coupled to the wheel. The disclosed apparatus also includes a wireless transmitter to transmit the rotational direction and the rotational speed to a receiver proximate or within an engine compartment of the vehicle.
Methods, apparatus, systems and articles of manufacture are disclosed for locating mobile devices using wireless signals in mixed mode. A disclosed method includes generating an access point signal matrix based on signal strength values based on first signal data collected at a mobile device corresponding to first signals received from a plurality of access points for a first period of time, and based on second signal data collected at the plurality of access points corresponding to second signals received from the mobile device and the plurality of access points for a second period of time, determining a first group of contour perimeters corresponding to first ones of the signal strength values in the access point signal matrix that satisfy a first threshold, the first group of contour perimeters including an obstructed contour perimeter corresponding to second ones of the signal strength values in the access point signal matrix that do not satisfy the first threshold, determining a second group of contour perimeters by replacing the obstructed contour perimeter with a corrected contour perimeter, and determining a location of the mobile device based on the second group of contour perimeters including the corrected contour perimeter.
Apparatus, systems, articles of manufacture, and methods have been disclosed that include example hinges that enable a physical keyboard to be stowed between halves of a closed electronic device with dual screens. An example device includes a first screen having a first end and a second end, a second screen having a first end and a second end, and a hinge assembly to couple the first screen and the second screen. The hinge assembly includes a first hinge pair and a second hinge pair. The first hinge pair and the second hinge pair are to cause the first end of the first screen and the first end of the second screen to be separated a first distance when the device is in a closed position. The second end of the first screen and the second end of the second screen are separated a second distance when the device is in a closed position, the second distance less than the first distance.
Gas turbine engine fan blade containment systems are disclosed. An example fan blade containment system includes a shield to be coupled to an aircraft structure and to at least partially surround a circumference of an aircraft engine. The shield is to be spaced from an outer surface the aircraft engine when the shield is coupled to the aircraft structure. A shield termination fitting is to couple a terminating end of the shield to the aircraft structure.
A mechanism is described for facilitating dynamic detection and intelligent use of segmentation on flexible display screens according to one embodiment. A method of embodiments, as described herein, includes detecting, via one or more touch sensors, alterations in current in and around one or more areas of a flexible display screen, where the alterations represent pressure being applied to cause at least one of bending, rolling, and curving of the flexible display screen at the one or more areas. The method may further include dividing the flexible display screen into a plurality of zones corresponding to the one or more areas, where the marking/dividing logic is further to mark a plurality of portions of the plurality of zones to serve as a plurality of segments. The method may further include facilitating displaying of contents via the plurality of segments of the flexible display screen.