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Soumac’s WOW Blog: Smart Buildings to Change our Experience at Work

From the outside, 22 Bishopsgate blends in with the regular, glossy, glass and metal-cladded skyscrapers of London’s skyline. However, this particular building is unlike the rest. It’s actually much smarter. Standing at 278m tall, 22 Bishopsgate (also known as Twentytwo) houses not only 12,000 members of staff but also the latest office technology across all […]

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The hands of people wearing gray T-shirts are using a smart watch to check the heart rate that is worn on the wrist.

How technology is helping the battle against COVID-19

COVID-19 has had a truly unprecedented impact on our whole way of life. Global economies, the majority of business sectors and our personal lives have been turned upside down in a matter of weeks. However, it has also ushered in a new era of innovation and digital creativity. Tech companies around the world have joined […]

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Soumac WOW blog – The futuristic tech to watch out for at Tokyo 2020

With Tokyo 2020 just under seven months away now, sports fans are eagerly awaiting the return of the much loved Summer Olympics. However, it’s not just the sports that have got people talking about Tokyo 2020! This year’s Olympics promise to be the most futuristic yet, with plans for robots, ultra-high-definition display screens and even […]

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Soumac WOW blog – The best new tech from IFA 2019

After CES, IFA is arguably the next biggest technology show – offering companies and consumers a glimpse at what the future of technology may look like. From even smarter TVs to a medical exoskeleton that can help rehabilitate people with spinal injuries – there was plenty to get excited about at this year’s IFA exhibition in Berlin, Germany. In our latest WOW blog, we take a look at some of the standout new tech from IFA 2019: 1.ExoAtlet’s ecoskeleton For people with spinal injuries or medical conditions, rehabilitation can be a timely and costly road to recovery. However, Russian company ExoAtlet, are hoping to ease this journey with their ecoskeleton.  When attached to the body, the motorized skeleton allows people with spinal issues to move freely, allowing the individual to work on their motor skills. Sales of the ecoskeleton began in 2016 and the technology is already being used in Russian and South Korean hospitals – with the hope that the product will soon launch in America once it’s received the go ahead from the FDA. 2.Aalto Explorer – underwater drone Described as “the first community-controlled vehicle & platform for underwater exploration” the Aalto Explorer isn’t just for scientists – members of the public can also watch the […]

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