Designed with cyclists and bicycle manufacturers to provide an extra layer of security to your bike. Created to help prevent bicycle theft!
Developed in the UK, the Lync is the world's first, 5G connected bicycle anti theft alarm, with integrated movement sensors, instant movement alerts via the Lync app, Bluetooth auto lock, real time GPS tracking and location based bike crime mapping.
- Fix to your bike with security hex bolts - included
- Loud alarm triggers on movement - up to 109 dB
- Works anywhere in the UK and across Europe
- View bike theft hotspots
- Order now for £89 with the 1st year of data included
TeknTrash's StipraBin is the world's first garbage can rewarding users for recycling with NFC cards. It identifies disposed products, awards points, and promotes proper waste separation. Stipra, with an app, allows users to earn rewards and provides companies with valuable post-sales data. Partnered with Wolveshill, TeknTrash aims to revolutionize recycling through data-driven models, reducing emissions, and promoting sustainable practices.
TeknTrash is a AI company which collect data from end of product life cycle. It created Stipra: a SAAS B2B system which rewards people for proper recycling while providing companies with postsales data and real ESG benefits The company is part of Microsoft for Startups and selected by the World Economic Forum as one of 3 most impactful technologies.
The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is a major pillar of the European energy policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, the reportedly pervasive frauds in this market are constraining the beneficial role of the EU ETS. In this conceptual paper, we propose to digitalize the EU ETS by distributed ledger technology (DLT), enabling the verification of authenticity and provenance, proof of ownership, and lifecycle traceability of carbon certificates and assets. Our platform allows verifiable credentials to validate emission allowances, real-time
tracking of trading participants’ emissions, and the audit trail reporting of the decentralized trading records. Furthermore, we complement the DLT application concept with a structured interdisciplinary evaluation framework. Our framework and analysis aim to stimulate further interdisciplinary research in this area to support regulators, such as the European Commission, in designing effective digital emissions trading systems.
First, let us start with the basics…. What is IoT?
IoT is the Internet of Things and is a system to transfer data without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
IoT devices are perhaps most commonly used in a Smart home setting and is typically an IoT application case. You can access and control your home devices and appliances without physically touching them. Also, those devices and appliances will know what your preferences are, such as your prefered temperature on the thermostat, favourite playlist or light setting, hence they are being smart to serve you better.