Lean LaunchPad Final Presentation Day
Tuesday May 21,2019 | IIE News
Held at SMU on 21 May, the Lean LaunchPad (LLP) Final Presentation Day was filled with new and innovative ideas aimed at solving real world challenges. 12 teams had presented their research on a wide range of technologies under the ICT and Engineering Track.
Here are teams who made it to to the NTU Run 3/ SMU Run 1 Lean LaunchPad Final Presentation Day:
Huuve: Analyses publicly available information sources to obtain sentiment scores on companies
IndoorLoc Systems : IndoorLoc uses the enterprise Wi-Fi networks to help businesses understand how people move through their spaces.
RPA Systems: RPA System seeks to design a free RPA solution that overcomes routine work and repeated processes for end users.
sBOX: sBOX is developing a patented technology for scalable and efficient sharing of encrypted data in the cloud
ANOR: Non-destructive identification of illicit drugs and explosives using THz and AI technologies
AuroraFood: We make sweet choices easy by providing people healthy indulgence
AZO: Transparent and deformable conductive paper
Bean Quest: Towards a sustainable material revolution
FasRaP: A 'double-sided tape' approach for structural strengthening using FRP
Graphene: Graphene-based solution for high power energy storage
NutrACrunch: The future of food with 3D printed personalised nutrition
SafeLight: Visible Light Disinfection System
About Lean LaunchPad: LLP is a market validation programme for early stage technologies, with NUS as the central node and partner institutions SMU, NTU, and SUTD as satellite nodes. The programme integrates the efforts, talents, and capabilities of our universities with experienced industry practitioners, investors, and entrepreneurship educators to help researchers learn about technology commercialisation through customer discovery and market validation on the potential use of their innovations.
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