elevator

Post Purchase Service & Support Predictive Data Solution Helps Elevator Company Manage Maintenance Issues

The system, called ONE, operates through a network of sensors that capture motion and location information, helping prevent problems before they arise as well as facilitate repairs needed

Advertising These Elegant 3D Visualizations Turn Riding An Elevator Into An Immersive Digital Experience

Panoramia uses virtual windows to transform elevators into luxury spaces

Design Could This Manual Elevator Replace Stairs?

The concept device from Rombout Frieling Lab uses human power to move a chair up two vertical poles

Innovation German Engineers Create Sideways "Willy Wonka" Elevators Using Magnetic Levitation

The design allows cabins to efficiently move up, down, and sideways (if not yet slantways and longways and backways and frontways and squareways)

Technology Elevator Screen Creates Interactive Experiences On Everyday Rides [Video]

This floor-to-ceiling infotainment system for elevators is a ride in itself.

Home Bike-Powered Elevator Raises Rider Up To A Treehouse [Video]

Eliminating the need for a ladder, Ethan Schlussler built an elevator using an old bike that travels the 30-foot distance from the ground.

Work Red Bull Creates A Drive-Thru In An Office Elevator [Video]

Strategically placed vending machine dispenses energy drinks throughout the day.

Design Place Bikes In This Automated, Underground Parking Lot

The Biceberg is a unique city solution that enables users to keep their bicycle in a safe place until they want to retrieve it.

Advertising LG Makes An Elevator Floor 'Disappear' With New Super-Clear Screens [Video]

The brand fitted their monitors into the bottom of the lift and when people entered broadcast an image of an empty elevator shaft below them.

Design A 700 Foot Pedestrian And Bike Bridge For Portland

A 700 foot no-motor vehicle bridge will be soon built in the city of Portland.

Technology Making it Fun to Take the Stairs Instead of the Escalator

"Can we get more people to choose the stairs by making it fun to do?" This is the question posed by a group in Stockholm, Sweden who converted the stairs of a subway exit into a giant piano.