GETset is an online platform that allows those scouting film locations on a budget to source and rent them from the general public.
App-based communications experts Multi Media Plus released Incite, a mobile training app for sales teams that provides custom videos and reports.
Moscow-based startup is creating a digital database for objects with high quality images and descriptions.
EZ Teether is an adult teething device designed to ease the pain of wisdom teeth.
Using natural language processing to interact directly with patients, this chatbot supports doctors by speeding up the process of diagnosing.
A Princeton hackathon team built fIB and Daniel Sieradski created the B.S. Detector, both of which label Facebook news feed sources according to credibility.
Uber analyzed a year’s worth of trip data from 12 US cities to compile a list of top destinations, including brunch, local favorites and date nights.
AirSelfie is a small, flying drone that fits into a phone case and can stay airborne for up to 3 minutes at a time.
Designer Nienke Hoogvliet has partnered with the Dutch Water Authorities to produce a range of homeware that celebrates the use of wastewater.
Lemonade is a peer-to-peer insurance provider that donates unclaimed money to charities chosen by its members.
French beauty brand Sephora launched Classes for Confidence in 85 stores across the United States, to help women re-entering the workforce.
Texas-based Mitscoots Outfitters employs transitioning homeless people to package products for shipping and for every item sold, donates one of the same.
Eco Helmet’s biodegradable helmet, made of a paper honeycomb structure, is foldable and recyclable, aimed at bike share users.
From 2017, United Airlines will offer its new Basic Economy ticket for travelers happy to fly with only a personal, under seat item and no carry-on.
London based Buzzbikes offers cyclists free access to high quality bikes and monitors their behaviour to plan more engaging marketing campaigns.
Developed by Imperial College and DNA Electronics scientists, the USB stick uses a single drop of blood to measure the level of the virus in the bloodstream.
New innovation lets travelers exchange their unwanted foreign currency with ‘collectors’ through a web app.
iRummage is an online, year round rummage sale run by kids, that helps schools fundraise.
The UK’s Charge Auto company is in preproduction of its chargeable, updateable, modular trucks that can be built by a single person in only four hours.
Jo&Joe Open Houses will be dynamic social spaces, offering aspects of hotels, hostels and private rentals for locals and visitors alike across several cities.
Securly offers smart, cloud based internet monitoring for schools in the US who are legally obliged to protect their students from harm on the internet.