30 startups go to the semifinal of the Spanish everis Award 2020
30 technological projects present their projects in the semifinal of the everis Spain 2020 Award to be held online on 22, 23 and 24 September.
Once again, everis foundation has selected the semi-finalists of the Spanish call for the everis Award 2020 to entrepreneurship, who will present their projects before a jury of experts and will opt for the final, where six of the thirty projects will participate. This year, the Spanish everis Award has received nearly 700 proposals, of which only 30 have been selected to move on to the next phase. In total, there will be three days of evaluation events where entrepreneurs will present their innovative ideas before a jury of experts in the different areas: Industrial technologies, Biotechnology and health and New business models in the digital economy.
These are the semi-finalist projects:
- Be more 3D
- Drone Hopper S.L.
- Vertedero ZERO
- Nostrum Biocatalysis
- Innovating Alimentary Machines
BIOTECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH:
- evernoa SYSTEM
- Biel Glasses
- ARTHEx Biotech
- DIVE Medical S.L.
- Limno Pharma S. L.
NEW BUSINESS MODELS IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY:
- Ozone Drive
- MiLlave Online
- The Gravity Wave
The Spanish winner will receive a financial award of 20,000 euros for the development and launch of their project, mentoring by i-deals valued at 10,000 euros and access to the international final, where they will compete with the winners of the national everis Awards calls in Europe and Latin America. The overall winner will receive an additional prize of €60,000 and expert advice.
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.