The energy needed is provided from solar power and kinetic energy emitted from children's play.
The solution does not require additional energy to operate as it uses the kinetic energy of moving vehicles.
Researchers are using airflow modeling techniques to study the effects of unique roadside structures to deflect particulates away from pedestrians.
The system needs only two workers to control it, load bricks and mortar into its feeds, and also to complete damp-proofing and the pointing that finishes the mortar joints.
The wind turbines generate electricity from the massive, untapped energy of moving vehicles.
The light shows red and only turns green when there is enough space inside for the next customer to enter.
It is a food-sharing app that lets users find a nearby home for unwanted food...
The unique solution invites smokers to cast their vote on a changeable topic by inserting their cigarette butt into one of two chambers.
The technology is discreetly integrated into the existing environment and could be used to power things like lighting, wayfinding and advertisement boards.