• Category winner

    Eyefree Assisting Communication

    EyeControl is the first wearable, screenless, assistive communication device. AI-powered eye-tracking technology enables locked-in individuals and ventilated patients -- who can't speak -- the ability to communicate using only eye movements, anywhere and anytime. Simple to use, the EyeControl improves quality of life for ALS, MS, stroke and other home care patients and helps ventilated hospital patients communicate directly with medical staff and family.

    Voting is closed. 4581 users have voted.


  • Finalist

    University of Patras

    Using KneeMS physicians and engineers can investigate the hidden states of the lower limb, like joint reaction forces, using simple low-cost motion observations… in real time! Additionally, complex hypothesis validation and what-if scenarios in patient treatment and rehabilitation, including Augmented Reality interventions can follow using complex representations of hidden states (e.g. pressure distributions, FEM analysis, etc.)

    Voting is closed. 719 users have voted.
  • Finalist


    We connect people of all ages and backgrounds with art and through art. Modern media platforms offer their content for passive consumption and organize it by metadata, which can make large parts of it less accessible for people unfamiliar with the expressed traditions. We make it possible for people of any cultural background to actively engage with art using the universal language of embodiment, e.g. gestures or expressed emotions in dance and music.

    Voting is closed. 544 users have voted.
  • Innovator


    Altea developed a new sensing technology for energy distribution network, to obtain a cost-effective, very accurate, wideband, measuring equipment in compliance with the most recent reference standards. This new technology will lead the evolution toward smart grids.

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  • Innovator

    Unparallel Innovation

    The ‘IoT Catalogue’ aims to be the whole-earth catalogue of the Internet of Things (IoT) - the one-stop-source for innovations, products, applications, solutions, etc. to help users (developers/integrators/advisors/end-users) to take the most advantage of the IoT for the benefit of society, businesses and individuals.

    Voting is closed. 523 users have voted.
  • Innovator

    Advanced Digital Innovation UK

    The Connecare is a novel integrated care model for complex chronic care management. This new model connects care professionals with chronic patients and their care workers with the support of smart ICT solutions. Connecare provides decision support for the adaptive management of personalised clinical pathways and provides smart tools to monitor patient’s activities and status, and providing them with recommendations to self-manage their condition and ultimately improve their quality of life.

    Voting is closed. 119 users have voted.
  • Innovator


    "Cystic Fibrosis is the most common life-threating autosomal inherited disease in Europe with currently over 35.000 cases; the majority of patients are children suffering from lifelong pancreatic insufficiency leading to maldigestion of foods and malabsorption: MyHappyPAT is a game app that promotes healthy lifestyle and nutrition combining patients’ empowerment and education"

    Voting is closed. 189 users have voted.
  • Innovator

    Cork Institute of Technology

    TOPAs is like a fitness tracker for your building energy performance, you can get lots of different data but it is about interpreting this data in a way that makes the information useful for the user that really makes the difference, you can analyse your progress, you adapt to make sure you can reach your goal.

    Voting is closed. 345 users have voted.
  • Innovator


    Our vision is to make Europe independent from fossil fuels, especially oil and natural gas. Our willpower-energy system empowers everybody to produce his own fuel at home from surrounding resources: CO2, water, and electricity.

    Voting is closed. 364 users have voted.
  • Innovator

    Universitaet Bern

    Taking pictures today rely on the same physical principles since the invention of photography two centuries ago. The Quantum Optics Laboratory at the University of Bern develops new methods of object reconstruction overcoming the limitation of classical imaging. They are based on correlations between photons, the particles of light and exploit new sensors capable of detecting each photon with high spatial and temporal resolution.

    Voting is closed. 112 users have voted.