Below are the innovators competing in the 'Tech for Society' category of the Innovation Radar Prize 2017. This prize category aims to recognise new technologies impacting society and citizens, developed in EU-funded research and innovation projects.
Amphiro’s self-powered smart shower monitors create awareness of the resource consumption when taking a shower. The devices are connected to smartphones and help keeping track of the user’s consumption, identify trends and enable comparisons.
We have the only nonsurgical, affordable, and effective method in the world for long-term weight loss and we plan to bring this system to the 2 billion overweight people on our planet. Our treatment has been used successfully in our clinics for years and we now have developed a device/app system
A Smart ‘SaaS’ Decision Support System for monitoring, management, and simulation of renewable energy that helps multiple end-users (citizens, building managers, policy makers and energy providers), providing a new city and district energy model.
Take a look around: software is everywhere, and we trust much of our daily lives to it. Its failure – in particular at the hands of attackers – can be disastrous for our economy, our environment, and our civil rights.
TeDH developed smart garments which look great and help you to change your life.They track your lifestyle through embedded sensors and advanced algorithms to provide coaching towards a healthier lifestyle and prevent possible dangers for your health. Wear your health and be fit for future!
CTS (Clinical Training Services) is a suite of simulation-based Serious Games for Training and e-Learning aimed at medical students. By exploiting computational models of human physiology and drugs, CTS software offers a population of Virtual Patients.