Sparsh is a multi-parameter, portable, hand-held medical device that helps clinicians screen diabetic patients for symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
Annie, by Thinkerbell Labs, is an audio-tactile device that enables Braille self-learning and classroom teaching for the visually impaired.
Brün CG is providing state-of-the-art fetal monitoring technology at a user acceptable price point. Along with the mobile application, it allows for recording, collecting, and sharing of fetal data with clinicians for timely interventions in the remotest of locations.
Nemocare Protect is a highly accurate, affordable, and smart wearable that is worn on the baby's foot. It measures the vital parameters and wirelessly relays it over the cloud to a central monitor.
Khethworks makes solar-powered irrigation systems that are perfectly fit for small-plot farmers in east India, where shallow groundwater is accessible.
The Integrated Turbine Pump utilizes minimal head difference in flowing water sources, such as rivers or irrigation canals, to pump water without requiring any fuel or electricity. It does not involve any operating expenses nor does it emit any polluting greenhouse gases.
Sascan has developed a hand-held, multimodal imaging device that looks at changes in tissue fluorescence, absorption, and scattering of light to screen and detect oral cancers.
Saathi has developed a 100% biodegradable sanitary pad made from banana fiber, which is one of the most absorbent natural fibers and abundant in India. These all-natural pads do not contain bleach or chemicals to minimize skin irritation and release of toxins into the environment upon disposal.
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Dr. Gopichand Katragadda is the Founder and CEO of Myelin Foundry, an AI company with a vision to transform human experiences and outcomes in healthcare and media & entertainment. He is also an Independent Director of Bosch India Limited.
Current focus on 3D printing for healthcare, building Imaginarium Academy, and technology mentoriting. Accomplished industrial designer with eight patents and 100+ design registrations.
Maggie is an experienced entrepreneur and adviser to startups focused on supporting market-based solutions to environmental and social problems.
Worked as a Water Research Fellow for E4C and enthusiastic about the social innovation sector for water treatment and conservation.
With a background in discovery sciences, innovation programs, and global health and development, Dr. Dahl leads the Foundation’s work to use the power of invention to improve lives.
As ISHOW Lead, James has been a strong proponent of social innovations, lean startups, hardware, research, and entrepreneurship since 2011.
Battery Engineering, Supply Chain, and Commercial Partnership Development at Tesla. Past EWB-USA Board Member.
Product Design Engineer at ITT Corporation India Pvt. Ltd., Mechanical Engineer, Member of ASME, and enthusiast local and global volunteer pursuing the path of making an impact by contributing to the community.
Co-founder and managing partner. Investment/ operational expertise across various sectors, previously with Philips and Unilever. MBA from INSEAD, Ph.D. in Physics, author of 4 patents.
Alumn of National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. More than twenty-five years of design experience in product design.
Passionate about product development with focus on user experience, social impact, cost innovation and extreme affordability.
Passionate about developing healthcare technologies that increase access to care. Founding member of Gaussline, a GEHC startup focused on using AI to disrupt the MRI diagnostic imaging space.
Improving health outcomes in resource-poor areas of the world through appropriately designed technologies.
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