Two cities, four crews and four different electric cars: there were the parameters of the e-Rally held in Poland on 21-22 April. The crews, made up of journalists from different Polish media outlets, set out to test four e-cars: a BMW i3, a Hyundai Ioniq, a Nissan Leaf and a newer Nissan Leaf II. Their mission was to get from Warsaw to Wrocław and back again, swapping cars midway.
What do you get if you cross a car with a motorbike? The answer is not a two-wheeled car but rather the Triggo - an electric car that its Polish inventors say combines the manoeuvrability of a motorbike with the advantages of a car.
Imagine if you could travel back hundreds of years and explore historical landmarks as they were then. Good news: there’s an app for that. Polish company Pixel Legend is revolutionising the use of virtual and augmented reality technology in everyday life.
Japanese giant Toyota is taking on 500 new employees to work on the production of their new-generation petrol engines at their plant in Jelcz Laskowice, southwest Poland.
The Polish Agency for Trade and Investment (PAIH) has announced it will set up a national stand at the Hannover Messe, the world's largest manufacturing fair, where the country's technology companies will be able to showcase their offer at no charge.
Poland's gas monopolist PGNiG wants to use drones to make precise maps and plans, to monitor gas pipelines and for the detection of possible gas leaks.
A team of students and graduates of the Wroclaw University of Technology in western Poland have constructed 'Bistrobot', a machine for the self-service sale of hot meals. The creators, who work together as the Food Robotics company, say it is the world's first such device.