With the introduction of 5G telecommunications, the latest antenna masts are becoming veritable smart towers. An Italian company is at the forefront of this 'revolution'.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow created a technology that creates 3D images out of echoes - just like Batman.
A start-up in Denmark have developed an antenna that allows people, especially in poorer regions, to monetize off of their unused bandwidth.
AI is undeniably having a huge impact on our lives. In the Eindhoven region in the Netherlands, a multitude of new initiatives are being set up to further shape this.
Computer scientists at TU Graz have developed a camera-based AI image recognition system for a shoe designed to warn blind and visually impaired people of obstacles thanks to ultrasonic sensors.
A push button that responds to contactless movement is the answer to Covid and to a society that may be permanently more "remote" in the future.
ComMa is a method that TNO-ESI developed together with Philips and will soon be offered as an open source resource via the Eclipse Foundation.
Technology, and particularly information technology, is key to all parts of natural science in the modern world.
Music and sound play a major role in several emerging innovative health technologies deployed for people suffering from stress or dementia.
Is oat milk really better than real milk for the environment? A climate footprint generator can tell you
Danish scientists have developed a climate footprint generator to help people with the environmental impact of their day to day decisions.
Innovation is important in the manufacturing world to stay ahead of competitors and embrace the change of new technology and trends.
Sex robots and other technological innovations in the field of sexuality lead to various ethical and philosophical dilemmas.
The German Fraunhofer Institute has developed a 3D printed ring with an integrated chip that makes keys and wallets obsolete. The biggest innovation, however, lies in the manufacturing process.
Each week we do a follow-up on a well-read story. This week: 3D printed houses, bridges and balconies. Will 3D printing turn the construction industry on its head?
Cyborgs no longer belong exclusively to the realm of science fiction. Modern-day cyborgs can be found mostly within the world of artists. But for how long?
Researchers at the Technical University of Cologne are developing an advanced drone-based system to help save people from drowning in unguarded waters as part of the GUARDIAN project.
The future of the mining industry is increasingly determined by the role technological innovations are playing in it. Drones and 3D printing are just a few of those developments.
The Nijmegen bridge project was not a textbook example of fast and flexible completion of a construction project. Yet that is precisely what is expected from 3D printing technology in the future.
This year, the Dutch king is celebrating his birthday in the city where creativity and technical ingenuity go hand in hand, Eindhoven. Read about how the city is making it a digital celebration.
‘The ultimate Silicon Valley accelerator experience’ for an energetic founder with a scaleable Dutch start-up
Draper’s Silicon Summer Pitch Prize competition is the result of a partnership between LUMO Labs, Draper University and LUMO Labs’ local ecosystem partners Braventure and High Tech Campus Eindhoven.