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First presentation of Exponential Entrepreneurship Programme projects

First presentation of Exponential Entrepreneurship Programme projects

24 enero 2017 Compartir
 

Thirteen groups of eleventh-year students from the San Francisco de Paula school made the first of the two presentations scheduled for the Exponential Entrepreneurship Programme, developed by the Goñi and Rey Foundation and the Seville Chapter of SingularityU. This initiative is inspired by the Singularity University Graduate Studies Program. The presentation took place in the Assembly Hall of Seville's Mercantile Circle. 
 

First presentation of Exponential Entrepreneurship Programme projects
The common denominator of these projects, which have different characteristics, is that they are technology-based and aimed at responding to global or local challenges related to energy, health, safety, education, space or water. The projects, presented in English, were as follows:
 
Magic Charger. Wireless charger for computers and other electric devices.
Help Pal. A bracelet that provides fast yet discrete contact with different services, especially police. It can also be fitted with geolocation, so that the wearer can be easily located. The target group is children, teeneagers and the elderly.
E-scooter. An innovative electric vehicle that saves travel time and is e environmentally-friendly.
Junbod. Shipping and distribution e-commerce products with drones.
Thermitent. Emergency tent to provide shelter to large groups of displaced people, with a detailed study of the composition of the fabrics used, to ensure greater comfort related to temperature.
Re-shower. System to treat and reuse shower water.
Spreenergy. User-based device that generates energy on public transport.
Hyveco. Pilot vehicle with a hydraulic engine.
Remote Locker. Security system to protect private houses and buildings.
Free Moving. Application for coordinating passengers travelling short distances, to reduce the number of private vehicles used and, therefore, urban pollution.
DLA. Security device for locating everyday items that are easily lost.
JLA Table. Desk equipped with a device and screen to make lessons more pleasant and interactive.
SPACE Couch. Pillow and sleeping bag designed to improve the sleep of astronauts.

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