This can be activated wirelessly, via an external electromagnetic field, so it does not require a battery.
Maryam Al Beloushi, an Emirati student at the Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, invented a project she called a pedestrian rescuer, which aims at reducing traffic accidents of pedestrians.
A team of four Emirati girl students of the Secondary School of Applied Technology in Abu Dhabi invented a smart device which can be connected to a phone application designed to track and search for lost items via Bluetooth, which helps people find their lost items such as jewellery boxes, computers or any valuable items. When finding a lost item, it releases a light and sound alarm.
A medical group of the UAE is preparing to introduce a face covering device, similar to a helmet, to prevent infection with the coronavirus (COVID-19).
UAE national Mohammed Saeed Sultan Al Kaabi, a volunteer with the Emirates Red Crescent, devised a solar-powered sterilisation corridor which can be used at the gates of mosques or homes to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.
Under the supervision of the UAE Space Agency, a research team from Khalifa University of Science and Technology developed a new gyroscope with a precise electromechanical system and a magnetometer.