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Regardless of how loud their sirens are, accurately locating approaching emergency vehicles while behind the wheel can be difficult. And those that don't realize such vehicles are headed their way can slow their progress through traffic. Ford is trying to cut down on such delays with a prototype system that lets drivers know exactly where the emergency vehicle is coming from so they can get out of the way.

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Girl Scouts Deliver over 4,000 Cookies to Hillsboro Data Center | Opus Intractive
HILLSBORO, OR – September 3, 2015 – Opus Interactive received an unusually large delivery of Girl Scout cookies this Wednesday for their service with the Organization. The Girl Scouts have been working with the Portland, Oregon based company for more than 3 years for website hosting services. Uniformed Girl Scouts hand delivered a total of 4,704 cookies to the company’s  Hillsboro Data Center.

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The German carmaker is experimenting with a range of mobility services to try to connect with people uninterested in buying a car.
BMW isn't the first automaker to embrace trends like ride-sharing and mobility apps.
Competitors such as Daimler (DDAIF) and GM (GM) operate car-sharing services. But BMW's tests in Seattle are unique in how the automaker is managing a fleet of 700 sedans and SUVs.
ReachNow, a mobility venture that BMW launched a year ago, is experimenting with a hybrid model of ridesharing and carsharing. Sometimes a professional driver uses a fleet vehicle to give rides, much like Uber or Lyft do. The next day, that car might be parked on the street for customers to reserve and drive, a model akin to Car2go, GM's Maven and Zipcar.

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Toyota Motor has decided to finance a flying car project that some of its young employees have been voluntarily working on.

Flying cars are drawing a lot of attention these days, with U.S. startups and aircraft makers increasingly deciding to enter the sector. Amid heated competition to develop next-generation mobility, flight is rapidly emerging as a promising answer.
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