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David Talbott is an IT and Technology Analyst with Mighty Guides who focuses on emerging technologies including deep learning, cloud and edge computing, and ubiquitous connectivity, and how these technologies converge to create powerful self-learning systems.


Proof-of-Concept Funding and the Crowd Funding Option David Talbott
Raising money to fund prototype development is always a challenge, but when it comes to proof-of-concept funding, crowdfunding offers a number of advantages over traditional funding sources. One of the most important is it gives you an early read on market interest in your idea.

If You Build It, Will They Come? David Talbott
The essential hardware innovation question of “If you build it, will customers buy it?” keeps every maker, innovator, and founder of a startup awake at night. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to answer that question before investing a significant amount of time and money in a new idea.

A Lesson in Innovation: Bishop Curry and Oasis David Talbott
Innovations begin with ideas and inspiration. A tragic event inspired middle-school student Bishop Curry. Believing future incidents are preventable, he made a rough sketch of a solution, raised money through crowdfunding, and built a prototype. Now he owns the patent.

How Utilities Are Preparing for EVSE David Talbott
Analysts estimate that if every car and light truck on US roads today were an EV, the amount of power they would consume would equal the US’s entire power-generation capacity. What are utility companies doing to support EV charging needs?

Anticipating EVSE Power Supply Needs David Talbott
A single Level 2 charging station can effectively double the electric load of a house, and commercial EVSE installations can generate very high peak loads that can incur huge unexpected demand charges on electric bills. What are the key things you need to consider when planning for EV charging?

EV Wireless Charging David Talbott
Proponents of wireless charging see it as a simpler, more convenient way to charge EVs because it eliminates the hassle of handling charging cables and offers a new way to charge vehicles at rest or in motion. But, is wireless charging practical, or is it just fantasy?

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