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6 Tech Innovations that Can Change Lives for the Better

6 Tech Innovations that Can Change Lives for the Better

Published : 01 Jun 2021 Industry: Healthcare

Technological innovations have changed the overall effectiveness and benevolence over time with regard to sustainability. Innovation in technologies are making the lives way more simpler than people could have ever imagined. In 2021, a number of latest and highly effective tech-innovations have been launched to facilitate the lives of people and ensure further simplication of their routine work. The top six tech- innovations that are expected to change the lives of people for the better in the future as mentioned below:

Robotic Exoskeletons:

One of the latest and most beneficial defence tech-innovation in the present times is ‘robotic exoskeleton’. It is a wearable mobile machine designed to be mainly used by the military forces to give soldiers extra strength and abilities to make their job easier. This innovation is proving to be beneficial in the defence sector by providing extra safety and defence mechanism. ReWalk Robitics are making many new versions of such exoskeletons.

Driverless lorry:

The invention of driverless lorries is another significant creation which is facilitating the work of industries by reducing the burden of industrial people. These lorries have been successfully tested on the UK and Sweden roads to check its functionality and reduce business costs and minimize pollution. The Department of Transport has also given permission to Transport Research Laboratory for the trial of platoons of driverless trucks after which it will be allowed for use worldwide.

Sky Badger:

Sky badger is an innovative social media platform that finds help and adventure for disabled children and their families. Sky badger is extending its support to disabled children, youth, their families, siblings, friends and also teachers, medical staff, social care staff etc.

Bristol Braille Technology

 – The winner of accessibility award, this Braille electronic reader is truly a great example of using technology for empowerment. The earlier electronic readers just offered a single line of text. The Bristol Braille Technology will shortly launch the device which is currently tried out in Britain and Ireland. The electronic readers are expected to be launched in the United States soon.

Chatterbox

 - Mursal Hedayat of Afghanistan, developed this website for language tutoring for the refugees in UK searching for assistance in language skills which also recruits, trains and supports talented individuals to work as tutors.

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