Researchers in Canada have developed smart acoustic sensors that can pinpoint small leaks in water mains and can easily be retrofitted onto fire hydrants.
Posts Categorized: Internet of Things
Researchers in Germany have a developed a wafer thin e-skin wearable that detects the Earth’s magnetic fields and can be used to control devices or for navigation.
A startup uses robotic interiors to expand the living space, giving users more space to live, work and entertain.
A prototype allows doctors to remotely monitor the performance and comfort of prosthetics.
From recycling waste products to closing gaps in efficiency, these seven curated innovations highlight the crossovers between sustainability and the circular economy.
Gyroscopes have a huge variety of uses, find out how they work in our latest Tech Explained.
A new water condensation system could provide drinking water entirely though renewable energy sources.
This startup is beginning their drive for emission-free cities with their unusual form of revenue.
The latest Gen-I feature showcases the best of student innovations seeking to solve some of the most-pressing humanitarian challenges, from helping users in flooding situations to supporting mobility for the ageing population.
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.
Simple mechanical tools can turn many home appliances into smart devices.
A new smart mirror can analyse the users’ face for blemishes, and then recommend products to correct them.
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 affordable smart air vent is designed to replace airbricks in homes, using weather data to open or close for efficient heating without compromising air quality.
New software allows smart caption glasses for the hearing impaired to synch up exactly with theatre performances.
Our latest Tech Explained looks at how Bluetooth technology can connect wirelessly to devices, and what are the benefits and pitfalls of using it.
A startup has developed a way to create space by allowing the ceiling to be used for storage of furniture and possessions.
The world’s first 3D body scanner designed for home use is available for purchase.
Smart backpack features a wealth of connected qualities.
Fashion is a part of everyone’s lives, whether they involve themselves consciously or not. The global fashion industry is worth 3,000 billion USD, 2 percent of the world’s entire GDP. With such a weighty importance both financially and personally across the globe, it is vital for fashion brands and companies to stay relevant in the modern world. Innovations in this sector have therefore never been more exciting. From smart clothing designed to monitor the health of the wearer to creative ways to capture consumer loyalty, the possibilities are endless. The varied nature of fashion means that innovative thinking can lend itself to retail solutions, wearable tech, sustainable fabrics, and more. Note: in order to read all the listed articles, a Springwise Access account is required.
A new home terminal allows grocery deliveries to occur at any time of day