It takes about 30 bothersome minutes to charge the average iPhone fully from a percentage of 0 to 100. Coincidentally, the recommended daily dosage of exercise for the average person (who doesn’t routinely do so) is half an hour. Patricia Ceysens, the brainchild of WeWatt transformed her personal development of a cycling desk into a rising enterprise. As most of us do, Ceyens found her work routine governing her schedule resulting in the restriction of time she had to do other activities such as essential exercising.
Although desks that are engineered to include a way to convert energy from kinetic to mechanical to electrical are fairly new on the tech scene, the idea of converting energy in such as a way dates back to electromagnetic-hand cranked generators. Companies such as WeWatts introduces an innovative and fun way to multitask between the complexities of the 21st century. Complexities such as being anxious while waiting for something to charge or seeking exercise while in a workplace environment.
WeBikes provide more than just a solution to charging and exercise, they may possibly aid in focusing and “improving the quality of work” states Katarina Verhaegen the engineer who spearheaded the current development of the Bike. Taking into consideration that these bikes are frequently utilized in public spaces such as parks, libraries and hotels, the company believes they can introduce them into the realm of ground-breaking office interiors. “There are studies proving that gentle exercise while doing computer work, you're more focused and more creative. Reading and memorizing speed is enhanced. For productivity, and creativity, it's really good to do this” Verhaegan also states after acknowledging the commonplace doubt of being able to multitask efficiently.
Locally manufactured, the WeWatts prides itself in its clear-cut moral compass; the company also employs locals with disabilities in its manufacturing plants. Seen as a definite advantage from a business point of view, Verheagen explains that not only would outsourcing manufacturing be inefficient but difficult, as they produce a steady amount of client’s custom demands.
Sometimes the world seems so dangerous. We worry about accidents, cancer, and criminals potentially lurking around the corner. Actually, there's a much quieter, much closer concern that many of us overlook.
Inactivity is currently the world's fourth leading cause of death. It's a problem often confused and conflated with laziness and personal choice, but in reality the issue is geographic, systemic, and woven into the structure of modern living. (EuroNews)
That statement may sound shocking, but the numbers back it up.
Biking is an enjoyable hobby for people of all ages. Whether you're tooling around the neighborhood or participating in road races, cycling is a great way to get fresh air and exercise.
Unfortunately, cycling can be dangerous. And it is important for us to bring awareness to the potential dangers of cycling to help all riders become highly alert of their surroundings when riding on the road. In 2020, nearly 700 cyclists were killed in crashes involving vehicles. Of those, a quarter were hit-and-runs, which means the driver fled the scene before police arrived.