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Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2021

$1 Million USD in Prizes

Calling All #TechForGood Startups

How can your early-stage innovative technology solution solve the world’s most pressing social and environmental problems?

Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2020 Winners

Read our official winner announcement here.

  • Savanna Circuit Tech
    $100,000 USD Grand Prize
    MaziwaPlus Prechiller

    Savanna Circuit Tech

    A solar chilling transit system with dairy management system for dairy businesses/ cooperatives in sub-Saharan Africa to cut post harvest losses.
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    www.sav-circuit.com

    Refrigeration is key in agricultural value chains, to prolong shelf life and preserve quality of produce. Emerging markets have smallholders as main producers who lack proper refrigeration capacities resulting in 30% post-harvest losses.

    Savanna Circuit manufactures & distributes last mile non-refrigerant solar powered milk chillers placeable on any means of transportation from motorbikes to trucks to cut down on milk spoilage for maximized profits to dairy producers/processors with an AI-enabled ICT solution.

    (University of Nairobi, Kenya)

  • CURE
    $75,000 USD
    First Runner-Up
    Your limb difference is your superpower

    CURE

    Cool and customizable 3D printed bionic arms for people with limb differences at an affordable price.
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    dhaouafimed.wixsite.com/curetunisie

    More than 30 million people around the world are missing either a hand or two. 40% of them are children/youth and only 5% have access to robotic prosthetics. For them, our startup CURE develops 3D-printed prosthetics that are controlled with muscles, personalized, easy to use and to assemble and for an affordable price. Also, we developed a therapeutic solution using virtual reality and gamification allowing them to see and control a virtual hand for training and rehabilitation from home.

    (Tunis Business School, Tunisia)

  • Gramhal
    $25,000 USD Second Runner-Up
    Gramhal

    Gramhal

    Gramhal builds smallholder farmers’ agency and increases their income by unlocking bundled post-harvest services of storage, credit and market linkage.
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    www.gramhal.org

    Gramhal solves the problem of distress selling faced by 118 million smallholder farmers in India. Uneven cash flow, high­ interest rate, and low harvest price are three leading causes of this problem. Gramhal structurally solves this by providing farmers a one-stop solution for post-harvest services. Farmers store their produce in a warehouse, access credit against it, and sell it at a favorable time. Gramhal’s model empowers farmers and enables them to access better prices for their produce. 

    (Harvard Kennedy School, USA)

  • INFIUSS
    $25,000 USD Second Runner-Up
    Infiuss Health

    INFIUSS

    Infiuss health is a blood sourcing platform, blood delivery service, and blood donor biobank.
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    infiuss.org

    According to the WHO, over 570,000 people die from blood shortages because they are asked to bring 3 replacement donors, in addition to paying, in order to secure 1 bag of blood. It sometimes takes up to 2 weeks, with 15% of patients dying in the process of meeting these requirements. INFIUSS is a blood sourcing and delivery platform that recruits blood donors and delivers blood directly to patients in their hospital beds once they send us a request through our app, by SMS or phone call. 

    (University of Yaounde, Cameroon)

  • Respira Labs
    $25,000 USD Second Runner-Up
    Sylvee

    Respira Labs

    Real-time detection of respiratory attacks in chronic lung diseases using lung resonance analysis and machine learning.
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    respiralabs.com

    An estimated 754 million worldwide people have COPD. Respira Labs is developing a low-cost, wearable device, Sylvee, for continuous, at-home monitoring of lung function. The device uses a patented acoustic technology with machine-learning algorithms to detect abnormal lung volume changes, which precede exacerbations. Ultimately, Sylvee will allow physicians to remotely monitor patients and adjust their medications, reducing healthcare costs and improving patients’ quality of life.

    (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

  • Intelligent Hives
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up
    Intelligent Hives

    Intelligent Hives

    Reduces bee extinction, increases beekeepers' income.
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    intelligenthives.eu

    The last 20 years have shown that detecting the causes of diseases and preventing the extinction of bees is not easy. Intelligent Hives support beekeepers in managing their apiaries by providing an easy-to-use intelligent apiary management system that increases beekeepers' revenues and reduces global bee extinction. The system, consisting of sensors and applications, allows you to monitor the condition of bees 24 hours a day and inform about the threat from anywhere in the world.

    (Lodz University of Technology, Poland)

  • Majicom
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up
    Majicom

    Majicom

    Majicom develops digital water ecosystems to supply affordable drinking water to communities across urban Africa.
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    majicom.org

    In African cities, population growth is outpacing the development of supporting water infrastructure - leading to the rise of single-use bottled water across the continent.

    To solve this, Majicom is developing a water kiosk, unlike any other. One that combines innovative purification, storage, payment, and digital reward and monitoring functionality into a flexible product. Our kiosks can be used to build digital water ecosystems that provide communities with convenient and affordable water.

    (University of Cambridge, UK)

  • Neurafarm
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up
    Dr. Tania

    Neurafarm

    AI-powered crop protection and management apps to identify plant diseases & pests, increase harvests, connect with experts, and tap into bigger markets.
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    neurafarm.com

    With the increasing global population (expected to be 2 billion more people by 2050 by the FAO), the demand for food is growing rapidly. It means that we have to increase our food production by at least 70%. We believe that we can do that through the use of technology in farming. We also believe that smart and data-driven farming is something that all farmers can do, and we want to democratize it.

    (Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia)

  • Preemar
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up
    Pro-viden

    Preemar

    Real-time monitoring system of water parameters for aquaculture.
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    preemar.com

    When water quality variations are not immediately detected and corrected, aquaculture organisms get stressed and their immune system weakens. This allows for pathogens in the water to infect them and create diseases. If water conditions continue to be inadequate, then they may begin to die. This is why at Preemar we developed Pro-viden, a real-time monitoring system for water quality, which allows the farmer to prevent diseases and increase production.

    (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico)

  • Caeli
    $10,000 USD People's Choice
    Caeli

    Caeli

    Caeli is an advanced anti-pollution mask for chronic respiratory patients.
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    caeli.in

    Caeli is the most advance anti-pollution mask designed to improve quality of life for 500 million asthmatic and chronic respiratory patients.

    It is an initiative by a team of Engineering students to improve the quality of life for respiratory patients living or commuting in poor air quality. Caeli brings extraordinary capabilities like AQI monitoring, centrifugal fan, 6 layer filtering and Covid-19 Tracer (new) within a regular sized, lightweight face mask for everyone.

    (Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, India) 

  • Sensegrass
    $25,000 USD India Impact Grand Prize
    Sensegrass

    Sensegrass

    Soil Intelligence diagnostic system for low income small farmers to improve yield through a patented IoT device.
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    sensegrass.com

    Every year around 3400 farmers commit suicide in India, and approximately 228M globally. Smallholder farmers face the issue of crop waste due to climate change and soil infertility because they have no tools to monitor soil health data and utilize the resources.

    Sensegrass has developed a soil intelligence system with patented NPK sensor which gathers real-time micro soil data and measures 18 parameters from the soil to predict the right usage of water, fertilizers etc. for improved crop yields.

    (Jaipur National University, India)

  • Hydrotec Solutions
    $10,000 USD India Impact Runner-Up
    AROSIA Smart Water Kiosk

    Hydrotec Solutions

    A community water treatment kiosk that utilizes the power of IoT (Internet of Things) to make clean drinking water available in a sustainable way.
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    arosia.in

    Providing clean drinking water to the underprivileged section of society is the next big challenge for humanity.

    Additionally many existing rural community drinking water plants fail because of

    1. Lack of skilled operators
    2. Frequent power cuts
    3. Lack of testing and trust at the point of dispensing

    Arosia smart water kiosks address these problems by

    1. Making the system fully automatic
    2. Using solar power & battery backup
    3. Real time water testing & display

    Achieving the above by integrating IOT sensors.

    (India Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India)

  • PS-1925
    $10,000 USD India Impact Runner-Up
    Krishi PS-1925

    PS-1925

    Pesticide spraying drone for smart farming in India - 'Krishi PS-1925'.
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    ps-1925.com

    About 20-25% annual crop yield loss, which amounts to around 36,000 US million dollars, is witnessed in India due to pest attacks. 8-10 farm workers in every village are significantly affected due to prolonged exposure to harmful pesticides. We address the challenges faced by farmers in pesticide spraying with the integration of drone technology & AI for farming. We are proposing a pay-per-use or farming-as-a-service model for our drone for Pesticide Spraying – “Krishi PS-1925”.

    (Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad, India) 

  • Caeli
    $5,000 USD India Impact People's Choice
    Caeli

    Caeli

    Caeli is an advanced anti-pollution mask for chronic respiratory patients.
    More

    caeli.in

    Caeli is the most advance anti-pollution mask designed to improve quality of life for 500 million asthmatic and chronic respiratory patients.

    It is an initiative by a team of Engineering students to improve the quality of life for respiratory patients living or commuting in poor air quality. Caeli brings extraordinary capabilities like AQI monitoring, centrifugal fan, 6 layer filtering and Covid-19 Tracer (new) within a regular sized, lightweight face mask for everyone.

    (Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, India) 

Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2019

Read our official winner announcement here

Winners

  • Oorja: Oonnati Solar Pumping Systems
    $100,000 USD
    Grand Prize

    Oorja: Oonnati Solar Pumping Systems

    Oorja deploys and operates PAYG Community Solar Pumping Systems to provide affordable pay-per-use irrigation services to smallholder farmers.
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    100 million farmers in India depend on expensive and polluting diesel pumps for irrigation. Solar pumps are a cost-effective and sustainable solution, but 90% of farmers cannot afford them. Oorja deploys PAYG Community Solar Pumping Systems for groups of smallholder farmers. Digital flowmeter and payment technology enable a pay-per-use model without upfront cost to farmers. They access affordable water services year-round, reduce irrigation costs, grow high-value crops and double their incomes.

  • Solar Freeze
    $75,000 USD
    First Runner-Up

    Solar Freeze

    Mobile cold storage units powered by renewable energy for rural smallholder farmers to help them reduce the huge challenge of post-harvest loss in much of the developing world.
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    Food losses amount to roughly US$ 310 billion in developing countries. Estimates from the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Bank show that up to 47 per cent of the $940 billion needed to eradicate hunger in sub-Saharan Africa by 2050 will be required for the post-harvest system. Fruits and vegetables, dairy products and tubers have the highest loss rates of any food in developing countries at 45-50% occurring at post-harvest level.

  • Calla Imaging
    $25,000 USD
    Second Runner-Up

    Calla Imaging

    A patient-centric cervical cancer screening technology with mHealth communication, patient data storage and artificial intelligence capabilities.
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    Cervical cancer affects the lives over 500,000 women annually, with over 80% in low-and middle-income countries, and 50% of these women die. This is due to a lack of affordable, accessible, and accurate screening. Our vision is to democratize screening through 1) imaging technology that community health providers or women themselves can use for screening; 2) automated algorithms for accurate diagnosis without an expert; and 3) mHealth app for patient data storage and communication for follow up.

  • Illuminum Greenhouses
    $25,000 USD
    Second Runner-Up

    Illuminum Greenhouses

    Provides smallholder farmers in Africa with affordable smart greenhouses equipped with solar powered sensors, enabling IoT to penetrate and reach those at the base of the pyramid.
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    Use of outdated farming technologies coupled with the frequent attack of pests and diseases while depending only on rain for water for crops greatly affects 93% of farmers in Africa. By providing affordable greenhouses and drip kits equipped with solar-powered sensors that automate irrigation, we are able to protect crops while increasing yield by data analysis through the wireless sensors, enabling the internet of things to penetrate and reach the base of pyramid farmers.

  • TrashCon: Automated Zero Waste Technology
    $25,000 USD
    Second Runner-Up

    TrashCon: Automated Zero Waste Technology

    A one-stop solution to sort and process any type of mixed municipal solid waste automatically into biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste.
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    TrashCon is solving the waste menace by our invention - The World's first completely automated Municipal Solid Waste segregation technology - TrashBot. A one-stop solution to segregate any kind of mixed municipal solid waste automatically into Bio-Degradable waste and Non Bio-Degradable waste upto 99% efficiency thus enabling Zero Waste. The Bio-degradable is converted to compost, Bio-gas and the Non Bio waste is recycled thus providing a complete end-to-end integrated solution.

  • BlakBear: Soil Sensing Platform
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    BlakBear: Soil Sensing Platform

    A soil-sensing, machine learning platform that increases the yield farmers can get from their land.
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    Intensive agriculture is necessary to feed a growing world, but it is destroying our farmland. In this project we will use novel sensing technology and cloud intelligence to increase the yield farmers can get from their land, using no more fertilizer than is necessary. We achieve this by combining electrochemical sensing innovations with statistical algorithms to measure and understand soil nitrogen levels instantaneously, and provide optimised nitrogen fertilisation instructions.

  • Neurobots: Exobots
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    Neurobots: Exobots

    Offers a treatment capable of allowing stroke patients to recover 30% of hand movement in two weeks by training the brain.
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    Stroke is the disease that causes most motor disabilities in the world, 16 million cases each year, 1 each 2 sec., and 87% of survivors are unable to perform daily activities. Common methods has low efficience to treat stroke patients, mainly when they have more than 6 month since stroke (chronic stage), when recovery its almost imperceptible. With Neurobots Method its possible reabilit even the chronic patients with a average hand recovery of more than 30% in just two weeks.

  • Reeddi
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    Reeddi

    Reeddi innovatively provides affordable, reliable, and clean energy to individuals and businesses operating in the energy poor regions of the world.
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    Over 600 million people presently live without access to electricity in Africa and data from the UN shows that over 70 million Nigerians live without steady access to electricity.

    However, affordable access to clean and reliable energy will unlock national and global opportunities to millions of Nigerians currently living without power.

    Through our proprietary energy and IoT system, Reeddi sustainably provides clean energy at a price point that every African at large can afford.

  • REALDRIP by TREPLABS
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    REALDRIP by TREPLABS

    REALDRIP is a low cost infusion monitor device for simpler and safer blood transfusion and drip treatment.
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    Manual infusion treatment leads to the death of 500,000 babies and 76,000 pregnant women annually. 1 in 4 people dying from conditions caused by blood clot. Also, 1 in 5 people on blood transfusion and drip have suffered complications because they were given too much or too little fluid, with hundreds potentially dying.

    REALDRIP device monitors blood transfusion and drip to prevent blood clot and complications during drip treatment by continuously monitoring flow rate and automating the process

  • Banoo
    $10,000 USD
    People's Choice

    Banoo

    By integrating microbubble, IoT, and solar panels, Banoo provides smart aquaculture technology to help people in rural areas boost their food resilience.
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    Two main hindrance of aquaculture productivity are land availability and pond quality. The land available to cultivate freshwater and brackish water fishery is diminishing because of rapidly growing population and land conversion. Low pond quality, mainly caused by the lack of dissolved oxygen in the water, kills fishes which will create serious losses for fish farmers. Seeing this, we, Banoo Project, create tools to make smarter fish farms using microbubble generator, IoT, and solar panel.

Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2018

Read our official winner announcement here.

Winners

  • CareNX Innovations
    $100,000 USD
    Grand Prize

    CareNX Innovations

    Feton is portable, IoT-based fetal heart monitoring system.
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    Access to quality care during prenatal period can save 60% of deaths. Fetal health assessment is very important and lack of facilities leads to complications lead to more than half a million still births. Feton a portable IoT based fetal heart monitoring solution enable fetal heart assessment anytime and anywhere. Portable and affordable nature of solution will increase accessibility of test by 10X and improve health seeking behaviour with positive experience of test at home.

  • Jara
    $75,000 USD
    First Runner-Up

    Jara

    The Jara Unit is a personal crank+solar powered tablet that teaches geographically custom education.
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    Jara empowers refugees & those in disaster/conflict affected regions to continue their education through our technology - the Jara Unit - a low-cost personal crank+solar powered tablet that teaches geographically custom education without requiring access to a classroom. We teach through traditional education, such as maths and sciences, all the way to practical curriculum, such as 'how to build a clean water system with the resources around you in Nepal', while preserving cultural roots.

  • Flux
    $25,000 USD
    Second Runner-Up

    Flux

    Flux is a smart water system that reduces water loss and increases transparency through better data management.
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    Due to the aging analog water service system in Kenya, water utilities lose up to 50% of delivered water to untracked leakages, theft, and corruption that causes regular interruption of service, water scarcity and severe rationing. Our solution is Flux: an easy-to-install smart water meter engineered to work within Kenya’s unique infrastructure. Our metering and analytics system affordably tracks water consumption data critical for efficient water management and planning, while creating transparency between consumers, governmental agencies, and water suppliers.

  • M-Shule
    $25,000 USD
    Second Runner-Up

    M-Shule

    M-Shule provides SMS-based personalized educational support.
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    In Sub-Saharan Africa, less than 7% of students in late primary school are proficient in reading and only 14% in mathematics (World Development Report 2018). Personalized educational support for every child could help them gain the skills they need to achieve, but the majority of students do not have access to the right tools. M-Shule closes this gap through personalized learning delivered to students through SMS.

  • Powerstove
    $25,000 USD
    Second Runner-Up

    Powerstove

    Powerstove is a smokeless, clean cookstove with cloud-based remote monitoring.
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    About 3 billion people rely on traditional cookstoves to prepare their food each day. To fuel their hand-made traditional stoves, they burn biomass like firewood inside their homes. This practice harms the families who live in these households and our planet as a whole. Powerstove is the first smokeless clean cookstove with a self-powered cloud-based remote monitoring system for improved cookstoves in rural households. It uses 70% less biomass, cook food 5x faster with a payback period of 3months

  • Flux Marine
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    Flux Marine

    Flux Marine is developing zero-emissions electric boat motors.
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    There are 150 million gallons of unburned gasoline released by pleasurecraft in the United States annually. In comparison, boating is far more pollutive than automotive travel. Operating a family sized gas boat for one hour releases the equivalent pollution of driving a car for 800 miles. Conversely, Flux Marine has set out to design and manufacture zero emissions electric boat motors with increased performance parameters compared to industry standards.

  • Strados Labs
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    Strados Labs

    Strados Labs has a wearable smart sensor and application to help people monitor lung health.
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    Strados Labs is developing a wearable smart sensor and connected application to help the 500 million people living with respiratory conditions easily and automatically monitor lung health with our patent pending, always on health technology. Strados Labs aims to reduce the $100B of economic burden of asthma and COPD hospitalizations with real-time monitoring of wheezing, coughing and shortness of breath.

  • Innovex Uganda Limited
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    Innovex Uganda Limited

    Remot enables pay-as-you-go and remote monitoring services to solar contractors.
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    1.2 billion people worldwide still live without access to the electric grid and by 2030, 700 million people in Africa will still live in off-grid areas. Off-grid solar electricity is an immediate solution though it’s growth is stagnated by the high initial cost and the poor aftersales support. Remot technology makes energy accessible to low-income earners and rural communities by providing Pay-Go and remote monitoring services to solar contractors.

  • UjuziKilimo Solutions
    $10,000 USD
    Third Runner-Up

    UjuziKilimo Solutions

    UjuziKilimo Solutions collects and analyzes data to help farmers make precise decisions.
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    UjuziKilimo Solutions collects and analyzes farm data using sensors, GPS, satellite and mini weather stations to help farmers and agricultural stakeholders make precise decisions. The UjuziKit is a GPS and internet enabled device with sensors that is installed in farms to monitor the levels of nutrients, weather, soil PH and moisture content which directs water, lime and fertilizer nutrient application rates based on the local requirements.

  • Inventum-Pukio
    $10,000 USD
    People's Choice

    Inventum-Pukio

    Inventum–Pukio has developed a clean energy powered atmospheric water generator.
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    Water scarcity is soon going to be a worldwide issue while the growing population will require larger food volumes, resulting in increased hunger, poverty and migration rates. Thus, the need to boost agriculture with efficiently grown crops. Our team has developed a clean energy powered, atmospheric water generator, attached to an IoT weather and soil monitoring system. It will compliment natural water sources and enhance productivity with smart farming to face global water and food challenges.

Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2017

Read our official winner announcement here.

Winners

  • Project Vive
    $100,000 USD Grand Prize

    Project Vive

    Project Vive's Voz Box: There are approximately 4.5 million people with cerebral palsy and ALS who cannot speak. The Voz Box is an affordable and wearable device that can give a voice to the voiceless.
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    There are approximately 4.5 million people with cerebral palsy and ALS who cannot speak. The Voz Box is an affordable and wearable device that can give a voice to the voiceless.

  • DOT LEARN
    $75,000 USD First Runner-Up

    DOT LEARN

    DOT LEARN makes video-based online learning work reliably and affordably on cheap smartphones and 2G connections, thereby expanding educational access for people that need it the most.
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    We make video-based online learning work reliably and affordably on cheap smartphones and 2G connections, thereby expanding educational access for people that need it the most.





  • OmniVis
    $25,000 USD Second Runner-Up

    OmniVis

    A smartphone-based disease detection platform that can quantitatively measure the level of pathogens in environmental and patient samples with real-time location data. (Previously: PathVis)
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    A smartphone-based disease detection platform that can quantitatively measure the level of pathogens in environmental and patient samples with real-time location data. (Previously: PathVis)





  • Shyft Power Solutions
    $25,000 USD Second Runner-Up

    Shyft Power Solutions

    For millions of people globally who struggle with backup or alternative power sources, Shyft is a hardware/software platform enabling the next generation of distributed energy management. (Previously: Solstice Energy Solutions, Inc.)
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    For millions of people globally who struggle with backup or alternative power sources, SHYFT is a hardware/software platform enabling the next generation of distributed energy management.





  • Smart Bandage
    $25,000 USD Second Runner-Up

    Smart Bandage

    Smart Bandage aims to improve the lives of people suffering from chronic wounds through inkjet printed patented sensors that provide real-time data to monitor early warning signs of chronic wounds.
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    SmartBandage aims to improve the lives of people suffering from chronic wounds through inkjet printed patented sensors that provide real-time data to monitor early warning signs of chronic wounds.

  • BYU Village Pump
    $10,000 USD Third Runner-Up

    BYU Village Pump

    The Village Pump solution permanently provides water to villages that need it, thereby solving the problem of water pump failure.
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    NGO’s don’t realize that, after 10 months of service, the water pumps installed in developing nations go out of commission. Our solution will permanently provide water to the villages that need it.

  • Forest Devices, Inc.
    $10,000 USD Third Runner-Up

    Forest Devices, Inc.

    Forest Devices, Inc. is developing AlphaStroke, the first stroke screening device that can be used by all medical personnel in any environment.

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    Forest Devices, Inc. is developing AlphaStroke, the first stroke screening device that can be used by all medical personnel in any environment.





  • myBalanceSens
    $10,000 USD Third Runner-Up

    myBalanceSens

    myBalanceSens is developing smart glasses that enables older adults to reduce their fall risk by improving their balance.
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    Falls among older adults are one of the leading causes hospitalization, and death. We seek to create smart glasses that will enable users to improve their balance to reduce fall risk.

  • Baby Bloom
    $10,000 USD Third Runner-Up

    Baby Bloom

    Baby Bloom provides simple and effective lactation management through an IoT lactation tool that automatically tracks pumped milk production and uses machine learning to personalize lactation plans.
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    Baby Bloom provides simple and effective lactation management. We are an IoT lactation tool that automatically tracks pumped milk production and uses machine learning to personalize lactation plans.

  • ODA Systems
    $10,000 USD People's Choice

    ODA Systems

    ODA Systems is developing a service that efficiently measures lubricant oil quality in machines, thereby decreasing pollution and economic waste while boosting productivity.
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    We're developing a service that efficiently measures lubricant oil quality in machines. Timely oil changes and failure prognosis decrease pollution and economic waste, while boosting productivity.

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