Which are the aspects that don't work in the online shopping experience offered by supermarkets? Sniffing this huge gap, a start-up in Boston, Takeoff, is developing micro fulfillment centers. Discover them with us!
Tech fashion goes on stage in September! Always On is the virtual fair where visitors will have the opportunity to select the items displayed on the stands to create customized mixes among the collections. Here are all the previews!
Exactly, just like the Greek divinity of wine! It is an innovative computer project created to track and certify more than 5 thousand types of PDO and IGP wines.
Pollution, traffic, security. These are just some of the motivations that pushed the Chinese government to take a series of measures, such as the activation of a vehicle identification system...through RFID chips!
The first Made in Italy laboratory entirely dedicated to artificial intelligence is born in Reggio Emilia. Do you want to find out how it works? Follow us!
Those who want to be impeccable but do not have the time to "waste time" can be rescued by Viume, the app that renews the wardrobe.
The startup Evoware launches the first 100% biodegradable packaging derived from marine algae: the confections last two years, melt in water and are edible. Wanna know more? Come with us!
The first "smart socks" are coming from Australia! They will help physiotherapists and their patients during long-distant treatments. Let's find them out together!
It's called RF-Pose and it's the name that at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has given a technology that can see beyond walls. Here's how it works!
The shopping experience is renewed: in less than a year, French consumers will have the opportunity to go shopping by ordering directly on Google.
The Futurecraft 4D by Adidas are the first sneakers entirely made with recycled ocean waste and 3D printed. Let's find them out together!
virtual and augmented reality is getting ready to conquer corporate environments too. Here are four examples of its easy application.
What if in the near future the information collected by the labels were inserted on the food we eat? No, it's not science fiction, that's why!
Huawei has published its annual report on the subject, the Global Connettivity Index. Ready to discover it with us?
Can technology help fashion be more innovative and sustainable? A European project aims to foster the research and development of a more ethical and sustainable fashion through innovative fabrics. Come with us!
An area of 120 hectares, owned by Mitsubishi for over 130 years, since the beginning of May it has become the world's first regulated by a blockchain network.
The invention of a Japanese entrepreneur could soon revolutionize the concept of online shopping. Ready to find it out?
Milan as an international hub for food and retail innovation: this is the concept of Food Forward, the first corporate accelerator dedicated to foodtech created by Deloitte!
From an automated component that facilitates people's lives, to an aesthetic object to wear. That's right, we're talking about robotic fashion!
After Barcelona, Berlin and Venice (and not only!), IoT Week is back from June 4th to 7th in Bilbao!