MozziQuit is an affordable device that attracts, traps, and kills female mosquitoes every day in large numbers at a low operating cost of less than 10 paisa per day without use of any chemicals, consumables, or emissions of UV radiation. It is safe for use in every house, cow shed, aircrafts, buses, cars and at external mosquito breeding locations, which enable elimination of mosquito populations in short spans of time to help eradicate all mosquito-borne diseases.
The FlexMo Crutch is the first self-standing crutch. It is designed to be durable and slip-resistant in all terrain. It also provides forward propulsion leading to lower energy consumption and its shock absorption leads to less fatigue/pain resulting in a higher quality of life for users.
Electrostatic Spraying System for produce (e.g., grapes and pomegranates) is more effective and four times more efficient than conventional spraying systems. It provides a more uniform dispersion and coating of the target. It is easy to use, reduces application time, reaches hidden areas of the produce, and conserves the applied liquid.
Cerebo is a handy, non-invasive, fully computerized system for detecting intracranial hemorrhage in two minutes. It is portable and does not require special skills to operate it. It is non-invasive and is based on the NIR Spectroscopy. When deployed in trauma centers, emergency departments, and ambulances, it can save the lives of millions of patients whose brain injuries go undiagnosed.
The settled and densified excreta sludge left behind in septic tanks are not properly removed by the vacuum trucks and dewatering pumps. This sludge is presently removed by humans known as “Manual Scavengers.” JALODBUST removes this sludge by scraping, agitating, and pumping it out while eliminating the need for human touch.
Spandan is the smallest medical grade ECG machine which weighs only 12 grams. It works with Spandan AI engine to identify and monitor 50+ abnormalities without any medical expertise and is ideal to use at the last mile connectivity by a layman. Spandan application also provides the assistance for the required actions and first-aid in case of an emergency. The device is just a matchbox size device which also helps to reduce risk of having a cardiac attack up to 80%. Spandan also reduces cost of per test up to 80% as compared to the traditional test.
Borean is an electrically powered, phase change material based reefer container for passive transit and storage of perishable products. Our modular thermal battery matrix technology enables us to provide customized cold chain solutions for a wide array of products ranging from meat, seafood, fruits & vegetables, dairy, confectioneries and pharmaceuticals. Our chiller units could be customized to work on power from solar, biofuel and other non-grid supply as well. The technology would be instrumental in filling the voids in a country’s cold chain logistics infrastructure.
iRobo is an autonomous system for comprehensive eye diagnostics. It is designed to be used anywhere, anytime without requiring an operator. iRobo helps the end users to get eye care at a tenth of the cost and it enables the care providers to increase their reach by five times.
Help the diverse, knowledge bearing community of engineers, academicians, and scientists to develop solutions to real-world challenges. Enable collaboration, knowledge sharing and skills development across all engineering disciplines, while promoting the vital role of the engineer in society.
Vinayak has 18 years' experience in product development, management consulting and as an entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and CEO at Yostra, a healthcare technology firm pioneering smart innovations. He is also co-founder of FootSecure, a chain of super-specialty foot clinics. He is also an ISHOW winner.
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.
Mark earned his PhD in 2018 studying the use of remote sensing for crop monitoring with support from the MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design. Mark holds SB, SM and PhD from MIT. He focuses on impact through research and design in resource-constrained settings
James is an innovation consultant in the development sector with 10 years of experience in promoting a number of small industries, enterprises, and other non-profit organizations that provide social welfare such as health, livelihood, and jobs. His core expertise is in formulating market-based solutions for the development of social welfare indicators.
Nishant is experienced in the domain of design and manufacturing, to develop dynamically sound components using ALD (Analysis Led Design) methodologies which ensures the process flow from virtual design to actual prototype within the design model using proactive iterations. His research focuses on the development of a low cost and a functionally active compound finger mechanism to rectify the problem faced by conventional prostheses lacking the capability of adaptive grasp and pinch, that can be mounted on the amputee’s body considering the cosmetic and the bionic appearance of the hand without any surgical procedure.
Dr. Chaya Ravishankar completed her PhD from Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) and her research focused on ‘Social acceptance of Reclaimed Water “. In her current capacity, Dr. Chaya is involved in developing Base of the Pyramid (BOP) solutions in water and sanitation sector at Xylem Water Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. Chaya has served as an Environmental Engineer at Arcadis Consulting Pvt. Ltd., supporting numerous projects on advanced treatment technologies and remedial solutions for contaminated sites throughout the USA. She has presented her research findings at various national and international forums, significant one being the Stockholm World Water Week for two consecutive years (2015 and 2016). Her key interest is to integrate advanced water technologies with socio economic governance dimensions to rural and urban water management practices to bring the blue circular economy concept to reality.
Jaya is passionate about people, and with good interpersonal skills, she builds sustainable relationships and believes this to be the foundation of all success stories. Jaya is an experienced professional with over 15 years of experience in a diverse portfolio, specializing in building the bridge between expectations and delivery.
Builder of teams, products, software & systems.
Worked as a Water Research Fellow for E4C and enthusiastic about the social innovation sector for water treatment and conservation.
As ISHOW Lead, James has been a strong proponent of social innovations, lean startups, hardware, research, and entrepreneurship since 2011.
Mariela is a telecommunications engineer with a Master of Science in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and MPA in Development Practice from Columbia University. In her role as Program Manager at E4C, she leads ICT4D initiatives and partnerships across all programs and supports strategic planning, implementation, and management of E4C programs in the Engineering for global development space.
Adam is a product designer who specializes in concept development, from sketch ideation through functional prototype. With backgrounds in Product Design and Sociology, he's driven to solve real-world problems and create meaningful experiences by reimagining the way people connect with product.
Corporate Communications and Branding Executive passionate about social impact and engaging stakeholders.
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.
Mechanical Engineer, President of Engineering for Change, LLC (E4C), Director of Engineering for Global Development at ASME, Serial intrapreneur and tech4dev advocate.