Technologies

Innova Technologies is Launching a Wall Organiser and a Vertical Garden

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SAN FRANCISCO – September 30, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

​​​Cliclap is the first magnetic and modular wall organizer that helps improve productivity levels, household organization, and storage needs. This smart and flexible storage unit is stylish, simple, functional, and brings an easy solution to even growing plants indoors. It’s now launching a crowdfunding

campaign on Indiegogo

and will be delivering the product to backers in December this year.

Life can get pretty messy, but people’s homes don’t have to. Cliclap modular wall organizer is ideal for those who can’t focus when things are not in their place. Also, design enthusiasts will appreciate it as it not only puts things back in order but also looks great. “We are very passionate about creating customizable organizational systems available to everyone. Our team has over 10 years of developing practical and aesthetically pleasing products,” says Andy Ke, the CEO of the company. “We’re driven by the need to provide clean and attractive solutions to our customers’ organizational needs and are very excited to be bringing the Cliclap modules to the U.S. market. Our versatile and functional wall organizer increases productivity and reduces the amounts of stress people feel when they live in messy environments,” he adds. 

Check out this video to see how exactly Cliclap works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njXZLvXPZCE&feature=youtu.be.

Feature highlights

  • Efficient, organizational solution for small space living
  • 15 versatile magnetic accessories for stylish and organized walls
  • The grid system that keeps all parts of the Cliclap modular wall aligned
  • Strong magnets, which can hold up to 4 lb on the walls​
  • Soil-less and hassle-free wall garden technology
  • Flower pots that allow you to grow your own personal garden using the ground-breaking PAFCAL sponge

Pentagon Is Clinging to Aging Technologies, House Panel Warns

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan House panel said on Tuesday that artificial intelligence, quantum computing, space and biotechnology were “making traditional battlefields and boundaries increasingly irrelevant” — but that the Pentagon was clinging to aging weapons systems meant for a past era.

The panel’s report, called the “Future of Defense Task Force,” is one of many underway in Congress to grapple with the speed at which the Pentagon is adopting new technologies, often using the rising competition with China in an effort to spur the pace of change.

Most reach a similar conclusion: For all the talk of embracing new technologies, the politics of killing off old weapons systems is so forbidding — often because it involves closing factories or bases, and endangers military jobs in congressional districts — that the efforts falter.

The task force said it was concentrating on the next 30 to 50 years, and concluded that the Defense Department and Congress should be “focused on the needs of the future and not on the political and military-industrial loyalties of the past.”

“We are totally out of time, and here is a bipartisan group — in this environment — saying that this is a race we have to win and that we are currently losing,” said Representative Seth Moulton, Democrat of Massachusetts, who served with the Marine Corps in Iraq and was a co-chairman of the task force. “There is a misalignment of priorities, and diminishing time to make dramatic changes.”

The report calls for the United States to undertake an artificial intelligence effort that uses “the Manhattan Project as a model,” citing the drive in World War II to assemble the nation’s best minds in nuclear physics and weapons to develop the atomic bomb. The task force found that although the Pentagon had been experimenting with artificial