Add / Remove We have seen new technologies developing around the world to make city transport more sustainable, from an electric scooter that can be unlocked by an app to a driverless 3D printed bus that gathers data via sensors for continuous adjustment of the route. This spring, Google Netherlands is introducing the first self-driving […]
Design firm Arup has created a plastic modular bridging system that eliminates the need for heavy machinery, making previously inaccessible areas reachable.
In Latvia, a new software helps educators learn from insights that go beyond grades by surveying students, families and teachers.
Outfits by Cladwell is an iOS app designed to make best use of the clothes already in a user’s closet by suggesting outfits and tracking wearing habits.
Plans announced for the UK’s first retirement community designed specifically to accommodate a majority of LGBT residents.
In Hong Kong, police are adopting 3D printing to help inform witness statements and and courtroom proceedings.
Smart glasses connect to smart devices via bluetooth, with notifications such as text messages or directions pushed unobtrusively to the user’s lenses.
Biometric design experts Fplife have introduced the Lockbook, a notebook and personal organizer secured by the fingerprint of the owner.
In Singapore, a university partnership has developed a robotic system that can paint and wash the exterior of high-rise buildings.
myAlfred, an intelligent assistant app, uses the telegram AI chatbot to align multiple users’ schedules, make restaurant reservations and book cabs, learning to read users’ routines.
Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits worked with CWS-boco International GmbH to create a smart washroom sensor system for quicker cleaning.
Norway’s No Isolation avatar is designed to help children and young adults participate in their regular daily activities such as school and play with friends.
New smart tire system records miles driven and alerts drivers via cloud-based app when any maintenance is required.
Fragment brings together different aspects of a person’s life through photos, memories and other media for an online social tribute and connected keepsake.
North American home improvement company has created the Holoroom How To virtual reality training course for nervous or first-time DIYers.
A Latin American branding company is rethinking traditional advertising methods with a new campaign for soap
In Germany, a hotel app company is launching a new on-demand service available to multiple industries.
Researchers from Lithuania’s Kaunas University of Technology have developed a biodegradable, anti-microbial material for packaging food.
Kenya’s Ocean Sole flip flop recycling company turns potential marine pollution into employment opportunities for artisans who create gifts and sculptures.
Informally organized, Pop Up Gaeltachts began in Dublin and have since spread to cities around the country and into North America.
Egyptian company Clayola’s tiny handmade clay pots use gravity to water plants for up to a month and can be connected to create a larger irrigation system.
China’s start-up scene is buzzing, with coastal cities gearing up to rival Silicon Valley. Long considered a nation of imitators rather than innovators, perceptions of the country are shifting, with investors flocking to fund innovative new Chinese tech companies.