Dr. Lidia Morawska was listed in the ‘innovators’ section of Time’s list for “recognizing the importance of aerosol transmission and marshalling the data that would convince the World Health Organization and other authoritative bodies to do the same.”
With the new method, the patient could be asked to simply exhale and will know the result in under a minute.
The new system will allow for so called ‘airspace digitization’, creating an accurate map of aircraft flight trajectory based on provided data. This will mean that the air traffic controller will be able to not only track a plane’s current location but also be able to see where it will be precisely at a specific time in the future.
The first to be launched on the Virgin Orbit and SpaceX Falcon 9 will be focused on helping the American agriculture market by processing data in space, something which the co-founder and CEO Grzegorz Zwoliński called a “complete innovation on the satellite market.”
The project, called Nexus21 in collaboration with the cultural institution inLodz21, will see the transformation of neglected buildings and spaces on 21 residential, commercial and public space plots, into cultural hubs designed to highlight the city’s innovation and creativity in industries such as architecture, textiles, fashion and film, all of which are a key part of the city’s heritage.
Using bio-polymers and the same short-range NFC (near-field communication) technology as contactless payment cards, the implant from Polish-British startup Walletmor can be sewn into the hand and used to make payments at all contactless terminals around the world that accept payments with standard cards from organizations such as Mastercard or Visa.
Although looking very similar to traditional CCTV, Inwebit’s Smart Security Platform (SSP) uses advanced algorithms for identifying specific events based on image and sound analysis and sensor data.
Ranking 23rd in the 2021 Bloomberg Innovation Index, Poland advanced by two places since last year’s ranking, putting it ahead of several other EU countries, including the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia – as well as Greece and Spain.
Treasured by historians, the fortifications which formed a bulwark of Festung Krakau, an ambitious 19th century project that was to safeguard the city from further conquest, will now be turned into museums, art galleries, equestrian centres and tourist ‘hotspots’.
Plans have been released that envisage a central Kraków transport hub as a futuristic environmentally-friendly enclave.