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131. Smart Traffic App
We have developedatraffic app that has a new twist on reducing time wastedin traffic.It works by monitoring their commute traffic and then alerting them with it's time to go home. The app does not try to find alternative routes or send notices of traffic accidents. It just informs you when your commute traffic has subsided and you can drive home without too much delay.The app is geared toward people with flexible work schedules. The app is free for 30 days. It is in Google Store and will be in Apple later this week. Alternatively you can use it as a web app from our website. It's called Time2GoHome andthere is a video explaininghow it works on your web site www.Time2GoHome. [read more]
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European - Press release Commission Brussels, 05 February 2015 With the support of the European Research Council (ERC) "Proof of Concept" grants, 59 researchers in Europe will now get the chance to turn their inventions into viable products. [read more]
The conference will bring together policy and research stakeholders to discuss major developments and perspectives in the field of global e-infrastructures for Research and Education. [read more]
On 2-6 March 2015, ISC - Intelligence in Science - will convene the next biennial EU Science: Global Challenges, Global Collaboration Conference (ES:GC2) in Brussels. [read more]
Boosting European exports with food testing technology As exporters of food produce, how can European countries keep up with the global market? The competition-boosting technological solutions developed as part of a European research project provide an interesting answer to this question. [read more]
Source: EUREKA Success stories
International conference on 'Mobilizing Universities of Applied Sciences for Horizon 2020' brings together scientists from 20 countries in Brussels and paves the way for successful international cooperation projects. [read more]
Flying robots can help people out in dangerous situations. Unmanned vehicles with dexterous arms can pick up and carry objects, or build simple structures. Futuris travelled to Seville where engineers are testing this new technology. [read more]
If you are a scientist interested in supporting EU policies with your research, this is your chance. The JRC has just launched a call to recruit on fixed-term contracts. As the Commission's in-house science service, the Joint Research Centre provides the science for EU policy making, providing a unique opportunity to make your work count. Successful candidates will work in one of the JRC sites, located in Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands. [read more]
A study has revealed that 80 % of water resources in Pakistan’s southern Tharparkar district are unfit for people to drink. [read more]