Category: Digital

Start-up of the Day: Unifly improves airspace safety in the face of increasing numbers of drones

Unifly is active at Antwerp airport, their aim is to ensure that the airspace remains safe in the face of the ever-increasing number of drones. So that unmanned aircraft can be properly integrated into airspace. The expansion of Unifly has taken off exponentially,...

Start-up of The Day: automated inventory management for logistics companies

Monitoring inventories in warehouses is a labor-intensive and time-consuming task that also leaves plenty of room for error. With its latest autonomous drone inventAIRy® X, the Kassel-based start-up Doks. Innovation has found a solution that makes logistics...

TU Munich: Incarnation of the H-1 robot

Scientists surrounding Prof. Gordon Cheng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) recently gave the robot H-1 a biologically inspired artificial skin. With this skin, (which is the largest organ in humans by the way), the digital being will now be able to feel...

Flexible batteries for foldable smartphones

The sales roll-out of the Samsung Galaxy Fold seems to be running a bit sluggish at the moment. Not just due to a few teething problems. Take the display, for example, which still tends to shut down when opened or closed. But according to surveys, the smartphone...

Start-up of the Month: towards the customer service of the future with AI

Every working day we select a European start-up of the day and each week we choose a weekly winner. At the beginning of the new month, readers can decide who will be awarded the Start-up of the Month. In recent months, the winners have come from all over Europe. In...

TU Munich: Incarnation of the H-1 robot

Scientists surrounding Prof. Gordon Cheng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) recently gave the robot H-1 a biologically inspired artificial skin. With this skin, (which is the largest...

Flexible batteries for foldable smartphones

The sales roll-out of the Samsung Galaxy Fold seems to be running a bit sluggish at the moment. Not just due to a few teething problems. Take the display, for example, which still tends to shut down...

Mobile braille keyboard available as open source

Bachelor student Johannes Střelka-Petz has designed a portable Braille keyboard for the blind and visually impaired. OSKAR, the prototype’s name, is an open source project. The blueprints and...

Vote now! Who will be our Start-up of the Month?

Every working day we select a European start-up of the day and every week we choose a weekly winner. At the start of each new month, readers can decide who will be awarded the Start-up of the Month...

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No more peeking: smart pen supports spelling

The dream of many children could come true thanks to this writing trainer: in the future, a smart pen will point out and help children correct spelling mistakes while they are writing, instead of...

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