Kuka KR is a robot for extreme conditions in cleaning plants and washing. The mechanical parts are completely capsuled and all electric cables are installed well-protected inside the body. Its coated surface protects against corrosion and is resistant to lyes and acids. Expressive edges and facets emphasize precision and reliability of the robot.
Contact: Mario Selic
The NCR TouchPort 120 is a compact self-service kiosk that enables passengers to quickly check-in, choose their seat, print their boarding pass and easily pay for upgrades. The clean simple design, in both counter-top and pedestal models, uses the latest user interface technologies to provide an exceptional experience for all passengers.
Designed by: Rafael Yepez Kwan Lee of the NCR User Centre Design team
Contact: Kwan Lee
The Hagie DTS 10 crop sprayer guards against insect, weed and fungus damage with design that improves function complimented by form. It’s smaller, lighter and more nimble than most sprayers with similar capacity so it can reach tight areas in the field. It is among the tallest sprayers, which helps to prevent damage to crops such as six-foot high corn. Engine check points are assessed easily without opening the hood. The cab is 35 cubic feet larger; safety reflectors are more visible; storage is greater and more protected; and the hood is vented for better safety and engine performance.
Designed by: Carey Lyn, IDSA and Jake Bosnak of Hagie Manufacturing
Contact: Carey Lyn
Habot-mini concept would be the world’s first mobile extinguisher that works because of nitrogen. It’s difficult to use a water extinguishing agent in computer rooms, data centers, museums or library archives because water can damage the goods. It’s also difficult to extinguish flames in locations that aren’t accessible to firefighters such as a nuclear facility with leaking radioactivity. Habot-mini absorbs surrounding air; eliminates oxygen; generates and releases Nitrogen Enriched Air (NEA); and decreases spatial oxygen level.
Designed by: Takayuki Hamada, Sekikou Ryou, Koichi Yamano, Chie Yamamura and Shuji Seki of Morita Holdings Corp.
Contact: Takayuki Hamada
Cubicon Lux is the evolution of 3D printing. Its slim and sleek cylindrical design for desktop use, saves space. A special tank keeps photopolymer liquid resin from leaking and causing health damage. Productivity is enhanced and maintenance is easy. This is the first digital light processing (DLP) 3D printer by HyVision.
Designed by: Seom Gyun Lee
Contact: Seom Gyun Lee
Today’s warehouses are faced with increased volumes of shipments, expedited delivery times and a workforce that wants a device and applications that are as easy to use. The TC8000 is a rugged, handheld mobile computer with an innovative design that has proven to both increase productivity and reduce fatigue for workers in highly intensive barcode scanning operations—making it ideal for a wide range of warehouse applications where it is critical that tracking and accounting for packages, parts and merchandise is performed accurately.
Designed by: Konstantinos Tsiopanos, IDSA, and Jaeho Choi, IDSA, of Zebra Technologies
Contact: Konstantinos Tsiopanos, IDSA
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The simple yet dedicated design of the Swater sensor faucet makes its manufacturing process of forging, machining and assembly less complicated, with less labor and material cost. Swater, made of lead-free copper and recyclable materials, creates water saving awareness in public spaces with a well thought design of the handle that returns to its original position automatically.
Designed by: Zhiguo Jiang of RUNNER GROUP
Contact: Dennis Shen
The Ecolab Mobile Solids Dispenser is a chemical dispensing system for diluting solid soap or sanitizer for proper washing and sanitizing procedures in a restaurant. The user places the dispenser on the divider of the three-compartment sink, then directs the water spigot over the top of the system and allows water to flow into the dispenser. Water flow is diverted to the bottom of the dispenser where it consistently dissolves solid detergent or sanitizer, making the right blend of soap or sanitizer. Once the sink is filled to the proper level, the dispenser is removed and stored where convenient.
Designed by: Brian Carlson, Ed Snodgrass, Matt Molinaro, Brian Doffing and Corey Harris of Ecolab, Inc.
Contact: Brian Carlson
Square Contactless + Chip Reader enables businesses to accept chip cards and payments such as Apple Pay, Android Pay and more. It connects wirelessly to the seller's device of choice and with Square Stand; and pairs seamlessly with Square’s free point-of-sale app. All customers have to do is hold their device near the reader or insert their chip card to pay. The whole transaction just takes seconds to complete. With biometrics like Apple's Touch ID, a signature is no longer required. The new reader is optimized for authenticated payments, pairing with the original Square reader for magstripe-only card payments.
Designed by: Ben Chen, Anthony Nguyen, Thomas Templeton and Jesse Dorogusker of Square
Contact: Michael A. MacLennan
QUARTZ is a sculptural soap dispenser for commercial public lavatories, with intuitive interaction and innovative features. The art piece’s chrome plating finish matches perfectly with most public toilet interior designs. QUARTZ prevents the common soap-dripping issue by using a newly patented, air-blowing technology and internal pipe-bending structures. The front LED matrix indicates to users when dispensing starts and finishes, reducing the chances of missing the soap and making a mess, and shows when to refill the soap and breakdown information. A Quartz APP allows remote management of repairs and refills.
Designed by: River Cheng and Henry Yang of KOHLER Shanghai Design Studio
Contact: KOHLER China Investment Co., Ltd