During the Industrial Revolution there was a need for an impact of Innovation due to the urbanization of people from living in their tenements to the city. These inventions helped to shape their everyday lives. This would help the proletariats in their struggles.
The spinners and even weavers would go to factories so that they can make large amounts of a certain product. Pictured above is a worker next to a Spinning Jenny.
Alessandro Volta was the created of the first battery. This later led to the creation of a dynamo which generates electricity. It was created by Faraday. Nowdays all generators use Faraday's dynamo.
The parts of cars were made with interchangeable parts on assembly lines. Cars and trains made transportation faster and easier. The first car was made by Henry Ford.
Another invention that brought innovation are the modern roads that we use to travel on. Turnpikes were also roads that were private and others who travel on them were charged.
One way owners organized their businesses was by selling stock. Each stockholder then could have a share in the company. This later led to corporations because of many investors of stocks. When the corporations would become large they would form cartels.