A new project open sources the design for a tricycle made from recyclable materials to tackle congestion in Mexico City.
Posts Categorized: Sharing & Access Economy
A South Korean startup has developed a lightweight, low-cost Braille printer that fits in a pocket.
A startup is using blockchain technology to collect and share data on entire food supply chains.
A new company is offering a new model that lets users rent their tech instead of buying, offering an alternative to financing.
An American office supply retailing company is piloting a co-working space in one of its stores to repurpose otherwise unused empty space.
Hardware and software improvements continue to excel in computer vision (CV) and deep learning technology. Depth sensors are fundamental to the understanding of innovations using these technologies. Find out more about how they are being used in this 2-minute read.
Software lets users control how their images can be viewed and shared online, while also preventing image theft and creating monetisation pathways.
A new platform allows hosts to let short-term tenants into the property remotely.
A new platform combines wearable data with video analysis, enabling coaches to easily tag player sequences and share clips of their progress.
A Chinese company has created a way for shoppers to save money by buying together.
Launched on Kickstarter, Locky has the features of both a smart lock and key tracker.
As dockless bike rental firms struggle, one has come up with a new way to potentially increase revenue.
Public library is encouraging the digital generation to read more with Instagram versions of classic books
A new company allows people to rent designer furnishings and art
A US-based furniture company has launched a subscription program that gives customers more flexibility and a place in the sharing economy.
A new furniture store uses crowdsourcing to help source artisans to feature in-store and online.
A Colombian innovation lets rural users without an Internet connection search Google through their landlines.
A new social platform uses blockchain technology to encourage people to socialise in person and online.
Blockchain verifies the validity of each content creator and greatly simplifies the payment and rights management processes, helping musicians earn a fairer amount.
A new token would allow anyone to pay for sharing services anywhere using just one app.
A Nigerian fintech company has created a platform that securely makes saving possible by combining discipline and flexibility.
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.