Top 10 Future Eco Technology Trends
There are many solutions that are suggested for dealing with the problems that we face and technology can certainly help us to achieve the results that we want and to overcome the problems that we currently face or other problems that are predicted in the future. Many problems such as overcrowding, pollution, lack of food, bad health, low education and other problems from which we suffer can be easily handled through making use of technology and the latest inventions. Most of the new inventions and tech companies focus on solving the problems that are associated with energy, environment and keeping it clean. Products such as green cell phones, LED backlighting, recycled items and green inspired programs and applications are considered to be good solutions for keeping the environment clean and increasing the awareness of serious problems. You can expect more stunning inventions in the future for solving our problems. Here is a quick glance at the top future eco technology trends.
♦ Moving towards circular economy: Circular economy is among the hottest trends for the next year and investing in it will increase to meet the growing demands of people in different countries around the world. Circular economy can also help us to make use of waste and minimize it for increasing resources.
♦ Unprecedented bionic arm: A unique bionic arm that is really the only one of its kind till now as it is mind-controlled and can be controlled by muscle electrical signals that are known as myoelectricity. The new arm which took 8 years to be developed and completed is approved by FDA and is called Deka arm. The design of the arm allows amputees to be more independent because they can perform different tasks on their own such as using keys and zippers, opening envelopes, eating and other tasks that require a natural hand.
♦ Graphene: Accelerating the commercialization of graphene for electronic devices through a new method by Samsung is going to be one of the hottest trends in the next years. Graphene is a unique and perfect material that is more flexible than silicon which is widely used in semiconductors and is more durable than steel which make it ideal for being used in flexible displays and wearable technology.
♦ Charge your smartphone in just seconds: There is no need to wait for a long time to get your smartphone or any other device charged thanks to a new battery that is presented by StoreDot and allows you to charge in just 30 seconds depending on nanodots which are inexpensive and eco-friendly.
♦ Floating cities: One of the worst problems from which we suffer is overpopulation that can be found in numerous countries all over the world and it seems that the only solution for this problem is to escape from land. Thanks to floating cities which are among the most breathtaking ideas, we will be able to get rid of this problem and enjoy living on water. The floating cities are self-sufficient in food, energy, transportation including submarines, ferries and electric vehicles, parks and depend on recycling systems which are energy efficient.