With the ever-increasing number of vehicles on the road, traffic management is becoming a problem. However, there are companies working on technology that could leverage the 3rd dimension.
You may be breathing in more toxins inside than outdoors. Clairy uses the purifying capabilities of plants to help you breathe cleaner air and stay healthy.
Taking an air bed to the beach won't be a hassle thanks to a Belgian startup Coolado. Their unique patented solution, a built-in air pump in an inflatable, is designed for those who are hopelessly running around the beach trying to catch the air into their lounge bag.
How to limit your kids' screen time in a modern way? TechDen developed a physical charging station that requires your kids to store their devices and keeps them safely locked for as long as you set the time.
If rocking a baby to sleep is not an easy task for you, the Helsinki-based startup LullaMe offers a solution to improve sleep for the whole family.
Moving abroad comes along with many challenges. Especially if one doesn't speak the local language. Ottonova offers Germans and expats in Germany a digital private health insurance in a simpler way.
Paris-based startups Braincities Lab aims to help people accommodate to ever-changing environments using adaptive and predictive algorithms as well as artificial intelligence with empathy.
Employee training courses are often time-consuming, boring, and don’t promote the retention of information. Knowingo aims to change that with its intuitive mobile game for employees.
Based in London, Deciwatt aims to fight energy poverty. Harnessing human power, the startup developed a light that generates power with the pull of a cord.
Living with diabetes is an everyday challenge. YuScale developed an app that makes it easier to track the nutritional composition of a complete meal.
Workforce analytics can boost a company's success. Crunchr developed six apps that turn employee data into useful insights to improve company performance.
Solar energy is one of the cheapest, most abundant, and cleanest forms of energy. Trine aims to change lives by making it easy for people to invest in it.
Heptasense is developing an artificial intelligence software to understand human behavior. The software will be mainly used for security companies.
What if you could buy and sell excess energy with your neighbors? One US-based startup aims to make this the energy model of the future.
We all know that it’s dangerous to text while driving, but most of us do it anyway. German Autolabs developed a device that increases the drivers' safety while keeping users connected.