The 24 hour walkout, which began at 00:01 on Wednesday has caused delays across the capital’s transport system, with many commuters facing disruption. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A tube strike on the Central line of the London Underground – the second busiest on the network – is taking place today, although the planned walkout on the Piccadilly line has been called off. Transport for London (TfL) released the map in November 2015… Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union and drivers’ union Aslef are participating in the strike, amid warnings of escalating industrial action in the run-up to Christmas. If you are worried about disruption to your journey during the tube strike then this ‘walking map’ could help.
Terralliance Technologies, a technology-based exploration company, today announced that it has secured new funding to scale its Natural Resource Mapping (NRM) technology and address additional exploration opportunities beyond hydrocarbons, including gold and other minerals. “Terralliance’s NRM technology may have as big an impact on the entire field of exploration as AVO seismic had on oil and gas exploration, and we own the technology,” said Terry Gerhart, CEO of Terralliance. “While hydrocarbon exploration has been our initial market, we confirmed during field trials that our NRM technology is also effective in detecting gold and other minerals.” Terralliance is a technology-based exploration company that develops and uses aircraft-based remote-sensing platforms to, it says, “dramatically improve exploration success.”