A Spanish device for the reconstruction of cruciate ligaments, international winner of the everis Award 2019
The award consists of 60,000 euros in cash and a mentoring program offered by everis professionals and other professionals in the field.
everis Foundation has held the delivery ceremony for the Global everis Awards 2019 which recognize innovation and technological entrepreneurship and were attended by the winners of the national edition of the Award in 10 countries across Europa and Latin America.
Juan Abascal, from the Spanish edition, has been the winning entrepreneur with their project WasherCapTM, a non-invasive device for the reconstruction of knee cruciate ligaments. The project competed with other initiatives such as a brain device to recover mobility in the hands after a stroke; an intelligent coating to prevent the collapse of buildings during an earthquake; or a system to eliminate water pathogens without using chemical processes.
Juan Abascal, winner of the everis Award Spain 2019 awarded with 30,000 euros, will also receive 60,000 euros as international winner, as well as mentoring services provided by a team of specialists from the everis Group.
The ceremony of the everis Award 2019 took place in Casino de Madrid and was attended by David Rowan, founder and editor of the magazine Wired UK, and Silvina Moschini, entrepreneur who works for women empowerment through technology, one of the main objectives of the work developed by everis Foundation.
The event also counted with the presence of the President of everis Foundation at global level, Noemí Sanín. Her entrepreneurial profile, international vision and links with the academic world fit perfectly with the philosophy of innovation, business drive and commitment to talent that emerge from the values that govern the everis Foundation. Lawyer and socio-economist, she was president of the Colombian Financial Corporation and the first woman in America to preside over a financial entity.
During the last week of November, everis foundation developed conferences aimed at supporting these entrepreneurs who develop scalable and sustainable projects based on technological innovation, able to leave a transformative imprint on society.
Always following the main objective of fostering talent and stimulating people who dare to undertake, the Foundation has dedicated the month of November to offer help to develop their projects from all points of view:
- Strategic sessions such as a seminar with i-deals in which the finalists together with 60 everis professionals have worked specifically on each of the finalist projects. Other initiative was a colloquium with Cabify as the "first Spanish unicorn".
- Legal advice by the law firm Elzaburu, a leader in trademark and patent law who have been able to hold face-to-face meetings with the diplomatic delegations of their respective countries to explore possibilities for international expansion.
- Financial advice to know relevant entities with financing funds according to the areas of interest of the projects, in order to promote such projects and train the winners with solutions that help to implement these innovative proposals.
In its decision, the jury has valued both the technological innovation of Arkangel AI, and its enormous impact on health and care in areas where access to medical care and health prevention is scarce.
The winner, Arkangel AI, will represent Colombia in the international phase of the 2020 everis Awards.
everis Netherlands and the everis foundation announced Goal 3 as the winner of the first edition of the everis Awards Nederland.
IDOVEN has developed a solution based on Artificial Intelligence in the cloud with washable technology with which it will be possible to detect, early on, cardiac arrhythmias and sudden death, an ailment that affects more than 30,000 people a year in Spain.