Radish Creates Paperless Room Reservations
Google engineer Aaron Spangler took advantage of the company's 20% project that allowed him to spend a fifth of his time on his own. Noticing that there were lots of paper room reservations placed on conference room doors, he devised the Radish project. The prototype has radio transmitters that send and receive data wirelessly and is powered by solar panels, even if only office light is available. This will save the company about 6 reams of paper a day. Spangler says that his objective is equip all the conference rooms with Radishes.
Read More in: Solar Stuff
Share this Article with others:
Came straight to this page? Visit Solar Snob for all the latest news.
Posted by Sheila Franklin at January 4, 2010 9:10 AM