Heo Young-hoe, the founder of Withus, combines human capacity with mechanical motion to generate electrical energy with his innovative bicycle generators. Withus brings energy-harvesting technology to the street with non-contact bicycle generators. Such technologies have increased in popularity as eco-friendly living and cost-saving transportation options continue to develop in Korea and all around the world. Energy harvesting, the process of capturing regular human output and converting it into energy for practical use, is not only used in transportation but also in renewable energies. Could this be the future?
In February, the logistics service start-up Mesh Korea announced a partnership with California-based Bear Robotics to use self-driving robots for “last-mile delivery.” Mesh Korea's deliveries depend on a large fleet of motorcycles and trucks. But the company plans on using newer technologies such as drones and robots soon. Learn how drones and robots can help the delivery industry here!
South Korean product, Prinker M is the world’s first digital temporary tattoo device that allows you to design and apply water-resistant tattoos in no time! Learn more about the technology here.