Innovation Spotlight
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Taking inspiration from birds, bees and fish, researchers have developed an AI-based platform that allows humans to make real-time group decisions.

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Researchers aim to reduce fresh food waste by implementing IoT sensors in the food supply chain.

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A wireless power charging station could enable drones to deliver packages over long distances autonomously.

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Researchers are exploring methods to create electronic skin that can mimic human touch for application in prosthetic limbs and wearable devices.

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Researchers have developed a real-time speech translation service for mobile networks.

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Delivery, surveillance, building inspection, and maintenance are just a few of the possible uses of autonomous drones in urban areas. But their use has been limited because of the challenges they face in navigating unstructured, ever-changing city environments. To help drones safely navigate cities, researchers from the University of Zurich,...

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For years the animal kingdom has been a source of inspiration for scientists, and now researchers are looking to snakes to inspire new approaches for search-and-rescue robots. Capable of fitting through small gaps, moving over rough terrain, and climbing sheer inclines, snakes are physically suited to navigate the wreckage of...

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Cover Anomaly Prediction
Manufacturing could become much smarter with a new anomaly prediction framework. The framework uses IoT sensors and data mining to find system anomalies.

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The SheepIT system could make vineyard and orchard weeding more ecofriendly by combining IoT animal monitoring and machine learning.

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A new IoT health monitoring system could help prevent early dementia by identifying signs of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI).

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