The goal is to address the air quality health crisis, which is thought to cause 10 million deaths every year.
The energy needed is provided from solar power and kinetic energy emitted from children's play.
The solution meets all safety requirements requiring no drilling, no unnecessary paperwork, and no need to connect utilities.
Thanks to the use of sensors, image recognition technology and AI - it makes sure we spend less time sifting through and sorting trash for recycling.
Poland's town of Lidzbark Warminski is testing a self-sufficient, solar-powered bike lane that not only looks good but also makes cyclists safer.