EIT Digital Challenge Winners
EIT Digital Challenge 2016: 16 scaleups from 10 European countries
1. Exipple Studio (Spain)
Exipple Studio’s Artificial Intelligence Platform ‘Gestoos’ uses a machine learning mechanism to detect people's behaviour and gestures. Customers can create products that understand human behaviour in specific contexts and enable gestural interactions with physical objects.
CEO: Germán Dario León Osorio
2. ProGlove (Germany)
ProGlove is a smart glove that combines wearable high-technology and the “Internet of Things” to make manual work in manufacturing and logistics more efficient.
CEO: Thomas Kirchner
3. 3dTrust (France)
3dTrust aims to support companies to better integrate 3D printing into their operations by providing a digital network ensuring the protection of intellectual property and guaranteeing the traceability of the printed parts.
CEO: Alexandre Guerin
3. Prodsmart (Portugal)
Prodsmart is a real-time information system that analyses production lines and job shops in real-time and turns any production plant into a digital smart factory.
CEO: Gonçalo Fortes
Green City Solutions created the CityTree, a freestanding 4x3 m unit combining smart sensors with real plants. The construction has the same effect as up to 275 regular urban trees, but requires 99% less space and 90% less investment.
CEO: Dénes Honus
ForCity offers a collaborative platform where public authorities and project owners can visualise and combine their plans for city infrastructures in 4D to simulate their ideas for the city of the future.
CEO: François Grosse
Civocracy is a B2B online platform that aims to enable meaningful interaction between societal stakeholders such as local governments, organizations, citizens and
businesses in order to foster participation, collaboration and transparency.
CEO: Benjamin Snow
BLITAB® is the world’s first Braille tablet device that creates tactile Braille and graphics for blind and visually impaired people in real-time by using small physical bubbles instead of a screen display, thereby improving the social wellbeing and digital inclusion.
CEO: Kristina Tsvetanova
Qompium's application FibriCheck detects cardiovasculararrhythmia's via a smartphone app. Patients only have to place theirfinger for 60 seconds on the camera of their smartphone to detectthe pulse waveform.
CEO: Lars Grieten
Amiko is a healthcare technology company that develops innovative integrated solutions that make use of sensor technologies and mobile systems to measure and improve adherence to inhalable, injectable and oral therapies.
CEO: Duilio Macchi
AOIFES has developed the Cognitive Hotspot™ Technology (CHT) that enhances the spectral efficiency of WiFi systems and increases its performance, while reducing interference levels and power consumption.
CEO: José González Garrido
3antS' technology detects and eliminates illegal uses of online intellectual property. It follows pirated content and goods online as a crawler, based on machine learning techniques, automatically geo-locating them and forcing their withdrawal.
CEO: Javier Capilla
Streamr provides a cloud-based platform that makes it easy for companies and developers to create micro-services that process streaming data in real-time. The process is simple: Data flows in, gets processed as a service, and actions or visualizations come out.
CEO: Nikke Nylund
Sedicii eliminates the transmission, storage and exposure of identity data during an authentication or identity verification process. This allows for the secure consumption of digital services in a privacy-preserving manner.
CEO: Rob Leslie
The Quasar Digital Cash Solution provides the infrastructure for instant payment and transaction settlement between enterprises, people and the Internet of Things while being compliant with regulations.
CEO: Gaston Hendriks
Cuvva offers a new type of car insurance. People who borrow a car from friends or family can use the mobile application to book a car insurance for a short period of time starting from a single hour to a whole day.
CEO: Freddy Macnamara