Germany’s OpenGo science is an insole that fits discreetly into athletes’ shoes and delivers rich data to sports scientists.
Germany’s Future-Shape has developed SensFloor, a textile that senses the activity that’s happening on top of it.
HEADWAY, from Germany-based startup Rockatoo, aims to replace motorcycle headphones with a device that turns any helmet into a loudspeaker.
From Germany, Somewhere is a visual blogging platform that enables freelancers and small teams to show potential employers and clients a more engaging story of their work.
Developed by the Fraunhofer Institute, eTriage is a digital wristband system that lets emergency services track injured citizens on the ground.
Currently seeking funding through Indiegogo, Rawlemon is an oddly beautiful eyeball-shaped lens, that uses refraction to concentrate sunlight with minimal need for tracking.
Germany-based search engine Ecosia enables users to generate income for rainforest programs by directing ad revenue to charities.
German company Kaldewei has developed the SOUND WAVE bathtub system, which connects to music sources to act as a large speaker, soothing users with the vibrations.
Rather than taking up the limited space available for hand luggage with bulky winter coats, Frankfurt Airport is allowing customers to check in their jackets for a small fee.
The Fraunhofer Research Institution in Germany has created gloves that indicate if a toxic substance is being handled by changing color.