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Innovative services in a restaurant to attract customers
Haidilao is a Chinese chain hotpot restaurant which has some innovative services. It offers free manicure or hand c
10th December 2019 by Stella 0 Comments
(2 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Edible coffee cups to help reduce waste
Air New Zealand has been working in partnership with ‘twiice’ to explore the future of edible coffee cups, which are vanilla f
8th December 2019 by ideaspies03 0 Comments
(3 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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New technology means more Christmas prawns
Australians will be enjoying more Aussie-grown prawns this Christmas thanks to a new prawn health check developed by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO. http://www.shrimpnews.com/FreeReportsFolder/SpecialReports/Genics.html
6th December 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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A portable food warmer
Similar to a pie warmer in a convenience store, it is built to keep your food warm and ready to eat on those long trips, in remote
25th November 2019 by Yepsy 1 Comments
(5 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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This new kind of barcode allows you to see beyond the label
With Smart Fingerprints that use artificial intelligence and blockchain-enabled technology, a product label can now help consumers to identify and verify its quality just by using their smartphone’s web browser. The codes are built to provide unique and transparent information related to the production process, product traceability and authenticity. No two identical looking products share the same fingerprint -and unlike QR codes, these are scam and virus-free. The Australian technology company is now looking for investors to scale up. Read more: http://www.laava.id
3rd November 2019 by Ivani Torales 1 Comments
(7 vote(s), average 4.9 out of 5)
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Using augmented reality in prawn farming
Aussies love their prawns and we grow some of the best and biggest prawns in the world. Farmers spend a lot of time and effort monitoring their ponds and making sure the water conditions keep their prawns healthy and thriving. Currently, monitoring water quality for most farms is very slow and labour intensive. State-of-the-art wearable and hands-free technologies are changing the game. New tech from CSIRO gives farmers immediate pond-side understanding of key water quality parameters and trends. It takes live sensor data captured in ponds and uses machine learning to forecast key water quality variables 24 hours into the future. It will help the farmers get early notification if the water quality starts to change for the worse - a world first for prawn farming. https://blog.csiro.au/game-on-using-augmente
15th October 2019 by lynnwood 0 Comments
(2 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)