Ekin Spotter is the first and only totally modular smart city furniture that satisfies a smart city’s exact needs in the area where it is located by using its several modules such as speed detection, number plate recognition, red light enforcement and city surveillance. Although having the slimmest design of this kind of traffic enforcement products in the market, Ekin Spotter includes all the hardware needed for this kind of product to perform for the best result such as cameras, sensors, powering system inside and there is no need for any external hardware support.
Tired of seeing his helmet roll around among gloves, glasses and keys on the floor and feeling its lining wet from having left it lying around on some bar or table, Luis decided to look for a design based on the premise of 3 things: functionality, size and aesthetics.The result is a new gadget that stops the helmet rolling around and falling, keeping it safe from knocks and scratches thanks to its 3 legs in tripod form.
Finding the best helmet fit is a challenge. Scientists have identified over 10 different head shapes and OEM companies design helmets around 1 specified head shape and offer padding and tension systems in hopes of fitting most people. The problem is for most people they feel a helmet either feels too tight, too loose, or is just uncomfortable. IsoFit is the isometric approach to helmet fitting. The entire liner system conforms to any head shape for a custom fit, with no concentrated pressure points. IsoFit will enable helmet brands to offer consumers the best helmet fit technology available.
‘Otter’ is a personal disaster relief backpack for both wet and dry emergencies. The pack consists of two quick-seal storages and a deployable life vest, contained within a hard protective shell. It allows people to quickly store their personal belongings as they make a run during the disaster. When deployed, it helps position the user like a backward-swimming otter, keeping the user's head out of the water at all times by supporting the back of the neck over a long period of time.
Argos was created as a low cost alternative to more expensive biometric solutions or staffed checkpoints. It's made for locations where laptops or alternate solutions won't work, such as secure offices, airports, and checkpoints. The product architecture houses a long zoom lens camera vertically and only move a light-weight mirror to give pan and tilt functionality. This allowed a compact size and fast movement – it can ID 10-12 people per minute at 3-8 feet. Styling was optimized for serious but minimal look, camouflaging high speed movements behind simple cylindrical form.
iKEYP is the first smart safe of its kind. Motivated by the prescription medication abuse and adherence problem in the United States, iKEYP was initially designed to provide a reliable and secure solution. iKEYP is easy to use and also provides safe and secure storage for any small, personal valuables. Accompanied by a smartphone software application, iKEYP allows consumers remote access to the safe, keep track of safe use, and helps caregivers keep track of prescription medication use.