Nissan Europe has developed a version of its Note MPV with a special coating that repels mud, rain, oil and dirt.
Troco Coletivo enables commuters to leave their small change at bus stops or on buses so the less wealthy can use it to travel.
The Gibson Memory Cable is an amp lead featuring an in-built recorder that enables players to save every note they play.
Finland’s Muki is a drinking vessel with a built-in e-ink display that’s activated only when it’s full of coffee.
Chui is a smart doorbell and camera that automatically lets in homeowners’ friends and family using facial recognition.
Peru’s Kokopelli hostel has developed an edible business card that counteracts the effects of altitude sickness for those climbing the nearby Andes.
Heritage Bank’s Power Suit is a piece of wearable tech that enables owners to pay with a swipe of their sleeve.
Meadowhall shopping center in Sheffield, UK, has created fast and slow lanes to ensure customers aren’t held up by dawdlers.
TraveDoc enables holidaymakers to find specialist doctors that speak their language while they’re in a foreign country.
Bevel is a new five-piece shaving kit that is specifically designed with black consumers in mind.
CarePredict has created a smartwatch-like device that tracks the daily activities of seniors and alerts loved ones if something’s not right.
AirHelp makes getting a refund for delayed or cancelled flights easier for holidaymakers.
Factlink enables anyone to add a comment or reference to any piece of text on the web.
Netherlands-based Bundles is offering members a free washing machine, charging them only for what they wash each month.
Kerala-based social venture Innovation eXperience is offering entrepreneurs kitted-out workstations to create eco electronic products, as well as the training and finance to market them.
Jafflechutes is now delivering its grilled cheese sandwiches to street level via parachute.
TRAINR is a smartwatch platform that turns the devices into fitness trackers that can detect the type of exercise being performed, as well as offering suggestions for improvement.
The Aether Cone is a next-generation conical speaker that instantly offers a different vibe when it is twisted, and uses algorithms to detect users’ music taste at particular times and locations.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the Netherlands’ Fietsklik is a detachable adapter that helps cyclists securely clip even large crates to their bike.
South Africa’s El Burro restaurant has installed a device that enables customers to take professional-style Instagrams of their meals.
The ikflitsmee campaign in Belgium has encouraged citizens to send in locations where they believe speeding is a problem in order for the police to invest in safety measures.
myTomorrows enables patients to fast track the use of drugs that haven’t yet been fully approved.