Selected the semifinalists of the everis 2018 Awards
Nearly 60 projects from 20 countries will participate in the semifinal phase of the 2018 everis Awards
Once again, the everis foundation launches its call for the everis Awards for entrepreneurship, innovation and talent and has selected 61 projects from around the world to participate in the global semifinal that will be held in Madrid and Barcelona. There will be six days of evaluation events (two bycategory), where entrepreneurs will present their innovative ideas to an expert jury in three categories: Industrial Technologies, Biotechnology and Health and New business models in the economy digital.
It will be six days of events (two by category) where the entrepreneurs will present their innovative ideas to an expert jury in the following categories: Industry and Energy Technologies, Biotechnology and Health and New business models in the digital economy.
Additionally, and following the commitment for international expansion of the everis foundation, projects from the local calls of Argentina, Colombia, Ialy, Mexico and Peru will participate in the semifinal phase.
These are the 61 semi-finalist projects:
- Captive System
- EGSY - Hardwarriors
- IDS SOLAR
- NAX SOLUTIONS
- Phononic Vibes
- PLANTA DE BIOMASA CON APROVECHAMIENTO TÉRMICO PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE PURINES
- Sadako Technologies
- ULTRALIGHT SCAFFOLDING SYSTEM
- VEnvirotech Biotechnology
- Waspmote de Libelium
- X1 Wind
- Body planet
- Lesielle Adaptive Skin Care
- Pensumo: la pensión por consumo
- Quantum Talent
- Showleap Technologies
BIOTECHNOLOGY & HEALTH
- 3D Model for Surgery Planning
- BEONCHIP S.L
- BLAPP - ACADOM: Asegurando la Continuidad Asistencial DOMiciliaria
- Breath Signature
- DART by teledx.org
- Happy Vegan
- MJN Neuroserveis
- Propuesta de Virtual Room
- SWORD Health
- Uganda Telehealth Service
The winner will obtain a grant of 60,000 euros for the development and launch of their business, along with accompaniment and support services from i-deals valued at 10,000 euros.
everis foundation, in its vocation to put technology at the service of social problems, joins the channel of help, guidance and support organized by the Committee on Digital Transformation of the Asociación Española de Fundaciones (AEF), aware of the exceptional situation we live on the occasion of the COVID-19.
This programme is aimed at Spanish foundations that need any kind of technological assistance to enable them to continue developing their work in the situation in which we currently find ourselves.
Through this channel, everis foundation, together with Altran, Orange, Telefonica and Vodafone Foundations, makes available to Spanish foundations their skills and knowledge through their digital volunteering, composed of professionals from the everis Group, in order to contribute to the development of their social work with support and advice on digital tools.
This initiative supports the creation of a community with a technological, social and innovative character intended to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 as much as possible.
NTT Data Corporation, in cooperation with Tokyu Hands, has used the DD tag code technology developed by Navilens, Spanish project that won the everis Award 2018, to strengthen the Japanese retail sector with Spanish technological innovation.
It encourages people to use blockchain-based solutions to protect vulnerable groups from their potential abusers, registering, for instance, violent behaviors, violation of retraining orders or giving support to victims