Thursday, July 10, 2014

Solar-Powered "Soofa" Benches Charge Devices

Boston's Solar-Powered "Soofa" Benches Charge Devices and Monitor the Local Environment!
07/02/14 - The city of Boston just announced plans to roll out a series of solar-powered ‘Soofa’ benches that will enable citizens to charge their phones while they rest! The ‘Soofas’ were developed by Charging Environments, a spin-off of the MIT Media Lab, and they will be placed in green spaces such as Titus Sparrow Park, Boston Common, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway.The benches can charge two phones at a time while collecting and sharing location-based information like air quality and noise level data.

The Soofa is described as a solar-powered outdoor charging station, which made its debut during last week’s White House Maker Faire. It was the result of a Verizon Innovation Program, which will see Bostonians use Verizon’s 4G LTE network to wirelessly connect their devices to the internet via the benches. read more>>>

Anker® 14W Dual-Port Portable Foldable Outdoor Solar Charger with PowerIQ™ Technology

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