Making its debut last week, the Department of Town Planning & Architecture have unveiled a customized car embellished with hi-tech gadgets in a bid to audit outdoor ads and identify those that break the law.
Warsaw is to receive Europe’s largest network of sensors for air-quality monitoring after a deal signed between the capital’s city hall and Kraków air-quality analysis company Airly.
By analysing which parts of a chair are most often touched by its user, Angelika Kopcińska came up with a way for it to disinfect itself using rollers and UV-C light.
The intelligent road signs use several forms of radar as well as a range of weather and traffic sensors to collect information and a built-in algorithm to process data as well as Bluetooth to communicate with one another.
The Airly app monitors air pollution and can even predict when will be the best and worst times to be out and about.