Gauzy, a material science vendor based in Tel Aviv, is patenting a type of liquid crystal film for windows, meant to prevent motion sickness in vehicle passengers.
SYinotech, a South Korean digital healthcare company, is patenting a way to use virtual reality technology to relieve depression and insomnia.
A patent application from biopharmaceutical giant AbbVie’s Allergan features ways to conduct clinical vision assessments using a virtual reality (VR) headset.
Artificial intelligence trained on images of specific places can be used to generate hyper-localized weather forecasts, according to a patent application from IBM.
Aptiv, a company in Barbados that produces safety technology for cars, is patenting a way to automatically restrict the use of mobile devices in the driver’s seat.
Tokyo’s IHI Aerospace is patenting a device that, when installed onto satellites, launches them out of orbit where they will no longer clutter the upper atmosphere.
A patent application from Israeli tech company Wiliot outlines how to track vials of COVID-19 vaccines using low-cost, battery-free tags connected by Internet of Things (IoT).
Stem cells enriched with mitochondria can be used in effective and long-term therapies for liver diseases, according to a patent application from Minovia Therapeutics.
BreezoMeter, an environmental tech company from Israel, is patenting ways to predict when a vehicle will encounter air pollution, and implement protective measures for passengers.