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Biodegradable disposable plates and cutlery made from wheat bran

Biodegradable disposable plates and cutlery made from wheat bran

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Cloud seeding to produce rain

Salt crystal flares are fired into the updraft of suitable clouds in the UAE in the hope that it will trigger more rainfall. The idea is that water vapour condenses around the salt, crystallises to form ice and then falls as rain. Only natural salts and no harmful chemicals are used in the seeding operations. The UAE established the Research Programme for Rain Enhancement in 2015 to look into ways to tackle water security. https://www.thenational.ae/uae/environment/six-cloud-seeding-missions-over-uae-in-past-two-days-1.693975

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Using avatars and AR to express yourself creatively

These animated characters are a preview of our immersive avatar future, an evolution of digital self-expression and communication. In the early days of the internet communities were text based. Newer entrants like Instagram and Snapchat are visual mediums and introduced face filters. The next evolution of communication will be driven by augmented reality so you can express yourself creatively. You can watch the Facebook Developers promo video here: https://www.facebook.com/FacebookforDevelopers/videos/10154612033343553/

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Mobile drug testing to reduce car accidents

Safe driving requires good judgement and sharp concentration. You also need to react quickly to changing situations on the road. Drug driving puts everyone on the road at risk. NSW research shows that the presence of illegal drugs is now involved in more fatal crashes than drink driving. Mobile Drug Testing (MDT) has been introduced to operate alongside Random Breath Testing (RBT) for alcohol by police in NSW. MDT detects drivers who have recently used three common illegal drugs: ecstasy, cannabis and speed (including ice). A test for cocaine is being planned soon because of concerns about its increasing use. The roadside tests involve a saliva test. If the initial saliva test indicates positive, then the driver must undertake a second saliva swab at a mobile drug bus or police station. http://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/stayingsafe/alcoholdrugs/drugdriving/index.html

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A device that helps mobility

The Honda Walking Assist system helps support bodyweight to reduce the load on a user’s legs while walking, going up and down stairs, and staying in a semi-crouching position, leading to reduced fatigue and less physical exertion. It came about thanks to knowledge gleaned from Honda’s development of ASIMO, the world’s most advanced humanoid robot. https://www.honda.com/mobility/walking-assist-technology

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Facial recognition for more personalised service

The faces of customers at Sydney’s Bahista Cafe are scanned by an iPad as they approach the barista at the coffee machine. Instantly the customer’s name, favourite order and whether they are due for a loyalty reward flashes up on another iPad facing staff. Business at the cafe has significantly increased following introduction of this new service. http://www.smh.com.au/small-business/smallbiz-tech/facial-recognition-with-your-takeaway-coffee-20171221-h08qb5.html

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Vertical farming

Vertical farming allows for food production using a tiny fraction of the water and land of conventional agriculture and without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. San Francisco-headquartered Plenty, with funding from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, is building enormous indoor farms to grow fresh produce – mainly greens at this point – close to or inside cities where they will be eaten, which cuts down on the CO2 required to transport food. https://www.plenty.ag/

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