58 teams from Estonia and Latvia will Cntinue in The Spring Round
“On the one hand, very simple ideas were presented, which will only work in a crisis situation, on the other hand, there were several very technologically complex solutions. Undoubtedly, the keywords in this round are contactless solutions and robotics – ideas from distance learning to contactless water tests and even weddings, “said Jana Budkovskaja, CEO of Prototron.
By now the 290 ideas submitted in the spring round have been pre-evaluated and 58 teams remained on the screen.
Prototron is a facility of Swedbank, TalTech, Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol and the University of Tartu, which helps to create initial prototypes so that world-changing ideas and products reach the market faster. In 2020, Prototron expanded to Latvia.
Prototron has funded 72 smart ideas with a total of almost 893,000 euros, and the teams have raised more than 22 million euros as follow-on investments.
The winners of the Prototron Spring 2020 round will be announced on May 28.
The list of ideas passed to the program:
AI based CV
Interactive non-linear Games
Laguuna Baby Temp
Noninvasive measurements of the soft tissue
Peptides for the treatment of Leukemia
Remote pointer with AR
Rent it bot
Share Force One taotlus
Torq Smart Clothing