SWNS digital

SWNS digital Articles

Displaying 1 - 4 of 4
23rd May 2018
Homes of the future will tell you how healthy you are by your poo

It has been revealed that homes of the future will be able to tell if you’re poorly by analysing your poo. Experts predict technology will become so smart, we’ll all be sitting on toilets which can tell how fit, well and healthy we are. Futurist, Tom Cheesewright claims homes could literally save lives, with toilets becoming the new family doctor and having the ability to examine waste as it is made.

16th February 2018
Turn water vapour to tea as you travel

Commuters could soon be taken to work in a driverless car which is so clean they could relax on the journey with a cup of tea - brewed using water from the tailpipe. The Hyundai Nexo is a crossover SUV vehicle which runs on electrical energy generated by hydrogen fuel cells. Unlike traditional combustion engines, hydrogen cars don’t emit carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide so its only by-product is water vapour. Author: Adrian Hearn

3rd January 2018
Brain-to-vehicle tech could be on the market within a decade

Cars which speed up drivers reaction times and anticipate acceleration, steering and braking by reading brainwaves could be available within five to ten years. The breakthrough was pioneered by Japanese motoring giant Nissan who will unveil their Brain-to-Vehicle technology at the CES 2018 trade show in Las Vegas, US. B2V will enable vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’s brain, redefining how drivers interact with their ...

Artificial Intelligence
15th September 2017
Do you fear the wrath of driverless cars?

  Millions of Brits are opposed to the introduction of driverless cars because they fear they will crash - and could be too easily hacked. Research revealed 44% of motorists are against the space age vehicles hitting the nation's highways. Almost three-quarters feared a malfunction and a similar amount said they didn’t trust a computer to keep other drivers safe.

First Previous Page 1 of 1 Next Last

Featured products

Upcoming Events

View all events
Latest global electronics news