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IdeaSpies is very pleased to be a partner again with B2B Rocks, the first and leading conference about B2B & SaaS startups in Australia. The conference is supported by Lend Lease, which will host the two-day event on 6 & 7 June in Sydney at its Barangaroo building, Tower 3. As well as the main event, there will be a B2B startup competition where startups will be pitching. You can get 20% off your ticket with this code IDEASPIESFRIENDS
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A watch that tracks Parkinson’s

Global Kinetics, a startup based in Melbourne, has developed a wearable device called the Parkinson’s KinetiGraph (PKG) which continuously tracks the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. It is designed for patients to wear for 6-10 days at a time, with the data then used to better inform doctors about how to manage and treat their patients. PKG is reported to be the first tech to provide an objective record of a Parkinson’s patient’s symptoms over time. www.globalkineticscorporation.com.au

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A virtual trip to the zoo for children in hospital

Special robots — a type of tablet on wheels — will enable sick children to visit a zoo in Poland as part of an initiative by an animal charity. The young patients will be able to steer a robot around the zoological gardens in Poznań. Thanks to the robots, they will see everything that is going on in the enclosures, and will even be able to visit parts of the zoo not usually available to visitors. www.thefirstnews.com/article/robot-named-bear-takes-sick-children-on-virtual-trip-to-the-zoo-5185

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High-tech Menu that Offers Personalized Customer Experiences

Dynamic Yield just introduced a smart electronic menu that will be used at McDonald’s drive-thru. This system will tempt you to buy extra products based on the customer data, the restaurant queue length, and even current weather conditions. https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/mcdonalds-uses-ai-to-tempt-you-into-extra-purchases-at-the-drive-thru/

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One of the world’s first drone delivery services

Alphabet’s drone delivery company Wing announced it’s launching one of the world’s first drone delivery services in Canberra, Australia following regulatory approval. Customers place an order for popular items — like food, coffee and medicine — through Wing’s app. Minutes later, a drone arrives with the goods at their doorstep. 100 homes have access to start. https://www.producthunt.com/newsletter/2702

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An aquatic vacuum cleaner

The WasteShark is a 1.5 metre long drone that works like an aquatic vacuum cleaner. It’s modelled on the whale shark, which is a filter feeder that sucks prey like plankton into its mouth. As it ‘swims’ through water, the WasteShark sucks in plastics and other rubbish, eating up to 200 litres of waste in a single trip. The drone is capable of swimming for up to 16 hours and can be controlled manually or set to patrol a defined area. https://watersource.awa.asn.au/technology/innovation/this-waste-eating-shark-drone-is-cleaning-up-waterways/

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Pain assessment through facial recognition technology

Imagine you are in excruciating pain, but you can’t tell anyone. This is the reality for millions of non-communicative people world-wide, such as those with moderate to severe dementia. PainChek’s point of care apps utilise facial recognition technology to detect facial micro-expressions which are indicative of pain, to provide these people with a voice. PainChek, previously called EPat, has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate2/ePAT

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Growing global fruit and vegetables worry free

Globally US$30b worth of fruit and vegetable production is lost due to fruit fly, and US$18b in global trade is threatened by the pest. RapidAIM provides a service of real-time alerts for the presence and location of fruit fly using wireless trapping technology. This immediate data-driven decision service allows biosecurity agencies, growers and agronomists to respond rapidly to fruit fly detection to control the pest. RapidAim has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate2/RapidAIM

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