Contrails are a little-known, yet significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. One large tech company's AI solution might offer a breakthrough.
The "h-aero" is a cross between a drone and a zeppelin. It can stay in the air for up to 24 hours and enables completely new types of data collection.
The non-profit Access to Energy Institute (A2EI) aims to supply as many people as possible in Africa with solar power. It relies on comprehensive, data-driven problem analysis and optimised solutions to achieve this.
Ghana's initiative to monitor and report marine plastic pollution using data generated by the public represents a milestone in citizen science.
Researchers have developed a biodegradable drone with sensors designed to gather key environmental data in hard-to-reach locations.
Mobility-as-a-Service describes a new concept for the mobility of the future. But a lot of work still needs to be done, particularly regarding how we use mobility data.
Every day, we are watched. From cameras on the street and in shops, to officers of the law, and of course the accumulation of data online.
Feel like documenting your life as it happens? There is probably no better time to do this than now, as the market is filling with lifelogging apps, gadgets, sensors, web services and wearable devices that can capture every single significant moment of your life.