A digital care system has been the centrepiece of the Japanese strategy in looking after its ageing population. Medical data and technology are merged together to create more efficient healthcare.
Thousands of companies are showing futuristic innovation and technology at GITEX, which is in its 39th year
A European project seeks to digitally read old documents to help recreate the continent's diverse history
From a motorcycle for the sky to avatar robots, our future selves will live even more in touch with technology.
With more than one-third of Tunisia’s graduates unemployed, many young nationals are taking matters into their own hands by creating their own tech companies.
Increasing agricultural production, living in more environmentally friendly buildings and on a more human scale are the goals of various technology projects in Serbia and Slovenia.
A gentle push on the knees, a subtle lift on the chest - that's the recipe to relieve low back pain applied by EU researchers developing a new exoskeleton. We put it to the test in a real-life factory.
What are the next trends in consumer electronics and home appliances? The answers are easy to find at one of the world’s leading trade shows - IFA in Berlin.
Apps are big business, with subscriptions continuing to grow into sizeable revenue streams for developers. Dubai is one city embracing the trend.
Researchers in Spain and Italy are developing a range of new materials from construction waste that would once have ended up in landfill.
Business Planet looks at the opportunities for small travel firms attempting to access the lucrative outbound Chinese tourism market.
Business Planet speaks to a European tourism expert about the massive growth in Chinese visitors.
On this week's episode of Futuris, Euronews visits a hazelnut orchard in Italy to see how the new generation of robots can help farmers and agronomists make agriculture cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
New tech on the block: How blockchain is set to revolutionise our lives
Green policies will be short-lived if proposals fail to recouple social progress with environmental and economic concerns. New training schemes and welfare protections are the key to achieving long-standing change.
An innovative digital solution will give residents in rural areas of France access to doctors in an attempt to combat ‘medical deserts’.
Quantum technologies promise a profound change in our digital lives. By harnessing the power of quantum physics, they can create absolutely un-hackable microchips and totally secure communication networks and they are being developed here in Europe
Translate images into sounds and you have a valuable navigation tool for blind people: increasing their mobility, safety and autonomy.
Mining has traditionally been a dangerous activity with a heavy environmental cost. But European projects are helping to make it safer and cleaner, by taking existing technologies and applying them to the context of mining.
The cruise industry is booming, with more than 25 million passengers expected to be carried worldwide in 2019. But with the increase in numbers comes an increase in risk.
Now technology is coming to the rescue.
The prosthetic arm is the result of a project between Wawro's classmates and the E-Nable foundation, a community of volunteers who use their 3D printers to create free arms and hands for those in need.
Social and technological progress is only possible thanks to the tireless efforts of researchers and inventors working to change our lives for the better.
A European research project in Kista in Sweden is working on a new instrument. The X-Mine European project hopes to reduce costs and time by using scanners and 3D technology.
The galvanizing business involves hot and arduous work, turning corroding steel into protected metal using baths of hydrochloric acid and molten zinc. It's also a business which EU researchers believe they can make cleaner and greener. Their tech is now facing, quite literally, the acid test.
With an increase in danger from natural disasters over the last decade - and indications that this will only get worse - a team of developers have created an app that gathers huge amounts of data in emergency situations.
Artificial intelligence is now a part of our daily lives but other innovations just around the corner are poised to bring us into the realm of science fiction. AI Everything offered a glimpse of what we can expect.