The project to make advanced poles is helping bring Seoul one step closer to becoming a smart city.
The device consists of an off-the-shelf acrylic ball, a single plastic optical fiber, and computer chip-assisted motors.
They carry cameras, laser, lidar, sonar, and hydrogen sulfide gas sensors which can corrode pipes...
The fancy pod has been designed with many tech and design innovations to make life easier for cyclists while respecting the beauty of the places.
Operating at safe low voltages, the pavement could be used in urban environments, homes, office buildings, shopping malls, and public infrastructure projects.
Charging, solid storage space and even a vanity mirror are all there to help e-cyclists more easily get around...
In addition, these smart benches can also be equipped with fast 4G internet and air quality sensors.
Originally used to detect opioid use, the technology was later expanded to give health departments a more accurate picture of the prevalence of the coronavirus.
The technology is discreetly integrated into the existing environment and could be used to power things like lighting, wayfinding and advertisement boards.