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Springwise takes a look at Singapore as a potential innovation hub of the future, with key examples of remarkable innovation from the city-state.
An architecture firm have designed a modular concrete sidewalk tile with holes for redirecting rainwater to reduce flooding risks and raise climate change awareness.
A masterplan developed by the government of New South Wales, Australia, will see a new Western Sydney Airport become the catalyst for purpose built homes and infrastructure.
A new community being built in Texas will incorporate 5G from the ground up.
Chicago-based company has upgraded 500 parking spaces with technology to meet the needs of driverless cars.
Latest in our Tech Explained series, a 2 minute read to bring you up to speed with the concept of ‘Internet of Things’.
A new elevator concept uses magnets and a rollercoaster-style rail design to enable greater degrees of freedom for transporting people, and more, around skyscrapers and across cities.
Using IoT technology, a connected parking platform alerts drivers to available parking spaces in their area helping to decrease future emission levels in cities.
San Francisco is introducing new public toilets with modular pods that can be used as information kiosks and also recycle water.
A new surveillance system is being utilized to monitor students facial expressions, letting teachers know what emotions they are experiencing.
Door-to-door navigation app provides bespoke, contextual marketing and data gathering opportunities.
A new travel subscription service offers transportation across multiple transport methods
A new lamp designed by Dutch company uses the photosynthetic process to derive power from living plants.
Startup is currently testing a trash can that rewards crows with food when they drop in a cigarette butt.
We spoke to Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder of Pavegen whose expansion plans could see more cities using the electricity generating paving slab making energy more sustainable and accessible worldwide.
Amsterdam’s Bijlmerbajes prison will be redeveloped into a car-free, mixed-use district that focuses on community, recycling and reuse.
A company developing an electric vertical take-off and landing jet for commuters has received a new round of funding.
AIME use big data and AI algorithms to pinpoint the geolocation of dengue fever outbreaks, three months before they occur.