An app uses smartphone sensors to detect onset signs of Parkinson’s in users which could lead to earlier treatment options.
Posts Categorized: Internet of Things
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Latest in our Tech Explained series, a 2 minute read to bring you up to speed with the concept of ‘Internet of Things’.
Using IoT technology, a connected parking platform alerts drivers to available parking spaces in their area helping to decrease future emission levels in cities.
Using material technology, a startup has created a smart wearable with active compression to help treat chronic venous disease.
The first in our ‘Future of Work’ series looks at the most innovative examples of sustainability in the workplace, from furniture tapping into the circular economy to smart bins taking advantage of the Internet of Things.
Australian company is developing a suite of AR features to change the way fans engage with sport, from gamifying the in-stadium experience to AR stats in the living room and even city wide.
Using your location, calendar and the weather forecast, a new connected smart hanger recommends suitable outfits for you to wear.
An IoT system reacts to human habits enabling a home to cater to the owner’s needs without their manual input.
Chicago-based tech startup has launched food containers which use the Internet of Things to help users reduce food waste.
A newly-installed walkway at a London shopping centre converts the footsteps of customers into electricity allowing them to earn rewards.
US-based researchers are using low cost 3D printers to print electronics and cells directly onto a moving human hand.
A new soft robotic steering wheel aims to improve the wellbeing of Gig economy drivers.
A new startup is developing AI software that can analyse and anticipate human reactions for autonomous driving.
A new concept tire uses moss and onboard electronics to reduce urban air pollution.
A financial company has developed proprietary software that provides end-to-end validity of votes using the bitcoin blockchain technology, used recently in Sierra Leone election.
By sharing photos and other visual content, users receive cryptocurrency rewards.
A peer-to-peer platform converts bitcoin into US dollars and uploads them onto a prepaid device that can be used for contactless payments.
Researchers have developed a technique that produces laser induced graphene on food, paving way for edible electronics.
A new pricing system uses deep learning algorithms and real-time data to price produce and reduce food waste.
A new platform helps non-coders develop voice apps designed for use with smart speakers.
A new smart shower minimizes water waste and can connect to other smart devices.