A smartphone as a wallet for cryptocurrencies
Posts Categorized: safety
Virtual reality videos teach drivers road safety
A Scottish entrepreneur unveils a warmth-generating safety garment to save lives
Military radar technology provides self-driving vehicles a clearer image in adverse weather conditions.
Crowdsourced data from the community could make the streets safer for women.
In an event of a fire a new smart device can help direct firefighters to those most in need of rescue.
An app-controlled wearable can detect hidden high voltage points and warn users with vibrations, in addition to storing detailed information of incidents for supervisors.
Wall climbing robots rapidly scale industrial tanks, using a variety of sensors to rapidly establish safety levels without emptying.
A new smart case uses sensor technology to detect when a phone is in free fall and immediately triggers a protection mechanism.
Israeli startup has created a first vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) app which analyzes road conditions and car accidents to keep users safe.
Researchers have created an angle difference method to improve road safety and navigation while driving.
Phone cases made from metal salvaged from car crashes deter drivers from using their phones while driving.
Researchers at a university in Lithuania have developed software that lets pilots know if conditions will result in a compromized takeoff.
Connected via sensors for continual safety checks, the 3D steel bridge is printed by robots developed by a design studio based in Amsterdam.
A new transparent material can tell smartphone users whether or not dangerous pathogens are present.
A German company has developed a robot that can speed up scaffolding assembly
Researchers have created a wallpaper using materials found in bones, teeth and hormones that sounds an alarm when it senses heat and flames.
A company that specializes in outdoor gear has designed a new all-black clothing range to keep wearers safe at night.
Scientists have developed spinach plants which alert researchers if explosives are present
France-based startup patents technology for smart shoes that reduce the need for other wearables and helps industrial workers keep in touch via toe-tapped codes.
The wearable 360-degree light can be paired with a smartphone to send out an SOS signal if unusual movement is detected.
Using smart sensor technology, this new car seat design aims to improve car safety for children.