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coveted Innovation Award (Finalists+Winner) (2018), 11 MOST Innovative Products, +Solutions

http://www.process-worldwide.com/the-11-most-innovative-prod…

"Pumps/Compressors
- Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH, Cobra NC
- Jessberger GmbH, Die intelligente Fasspumpe
- KSB SE & Co. KGaA, KSB Guard
- Prominent GmbH, Evolution Mikro
- Seepex GmbH, Smart Dosing Pump

Seepex won, with its Smart Dosing Pump

Mechanical and Thermal Processing
- Allgaier Process Technology GmbH, CD Dryer
- Andritz KMPT GmbH, Pneumatischer Austrag
- Herding GmbH, Filtertechnik Herding Flameless
- Netzsch-Feinmahltechnik GmbH, Neos
- Wilk-Graphite GmbH, ASKR

The winner was Wilk Graphite, with ASKR.

Pharmaceutical Engineering
- Dec Group, Flex PTS
- Eppendorf AG, Bio Flo 120
- Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, 567 Biostar control – realtime
- Glatt GmbH, Twinpro
- L.B. Bohle Maschinen + Verfahren GmbH, Qb Con 1

The winner was Glatt, with Twinpro.

Filling and Packing
- Bausch + Ströbel Maschinenfabrik Ilshofen GmbH & Co. KG, Variosys
- Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, F40 F60
- Groninger & Co. GmbH, Integra
- Haver & Boecker oHG, Roto-Packer Adams Careline Edition
- Maschinenfabrik Möllers GmbH, 4-Wege palettenlose Versandeinheit

The winner was Groninger, with Integra.

Plant Engineering and Processing
- GE Healthcare Life Sciences, KU Bio BSL-2 Manufacturing Facility
- GF Piping Systems Ltd., IR-110 A/IR-315 A
- R. Stahl Schaltgeräte GmbH, Expressure
- Spraying Systems Deutschland GmbH, Polar Dry
- Zeta Biopharma GmbH, Zeta kLa-Wert Messmethode

The winner was GE Healthcare Life Sciences, with KU Bio BSL-2.

Valves, Fittings &. Seals
- Air-Jet AG, PES 100
- Arca Regler GmbH, 6H-Drehschieber
- Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, Gemü PD-Membran
- Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group, Q-Clamp von Biopure
- Wika Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG, PG43SA-D

The winner was Gemü Gebr. Müller Apparatebau, with the Gemü PD membrane.

Laboratory and Analytical Engineering
- AGT-PSG GmbH & Co., KGPSG Extrudiert Hybrid
- Asecos GmbH, V-Move-90
- Chemspeed Technologies AG, Flex Swile
- Ika Werke GmbH & Co.KG, Electra Syn 2.0
- Microlit, Ultimus

Ika won, with Electra Syn 2.0.

Instrumentation, Control & Automation
- Blue Ocean Nova AG, Tellus, Triton,
- Envea – SWR Engineering Messtechnik GmbH, Paddy
- Festo AG & Co. KG, Festo Motion Terminal VTEM
- Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, PLC Next Technology
- Sopat GmbH,Sopat VI Atex

Phoenix Contact won, with PLC Next Technology.

SPECIAL Awards, on the main topics of Achema

Special Awards were also awarded in the categories "Flexible Production", "Chemical and Pharmaceutical Logistics" and "Biotech for Chemistry".
- Flexible Production: Festo AG & Co. KG, Festo Motion Terminal VTEM
- Chemical and Pharmaceutical Logistics: Siemens AG, Fahrerloses Transportsystem SIATRANS
- Biotech for Chemistry: Pörner Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH, Pörner-Reishülsen-Silikat"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.940.716 von Popeye82 am 08.06.18 11:33:52GLOBAL Energy prize (2018) (WInner); the Global Energy Prize annually honors outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world that are helping address the world’s various and pressing energy challenges. The Global Energy Prize, founded in 2002, is awarded to the most accomplished minds in the research world. The honorees are awarded the Global Energy Prize at the International Economic Forum in St Petersburg along with a prize of RUB 39 million

- Martin Green
- Sergey Alekseenko -
https://renewableenergytimes.com/2018/06/11/australian-solar…
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/energy-engineering/staff/…
http://www.itp.nsc.ru/eng/
http://www.globalenergyprize.org/







GLOBAL smart (50) Awards, Finalists (2018); SOME of the, most important, recent innovations in Smart +Connected Communities

https://spring.smartcitiesconnect.org/Smart50Awards/
http://smartcitiesconnect.org/smart-50-awards-finalists-anno…

"2018 Award Recipients

Community Awards - Community awardees exemplify a groundswell of support from leaders and community members within a municipality, in connection with the project.
- Ypsilanti Fire Station Solar Installation, Ypsilanti, MI, US
- Greenville Automated Taxi Shuttles, Greenville, SC, US

Citizen (Life) Awards
- Understanding Citizens in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
- Home Care Services in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
- Safety and Happenings in Rio de Janiero, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Energy Awards
- CITyFiED, RepliCable and InnovaTive Future Efficient Districts and Cities, Laguna de Duero-Valladolid, Spain; Soma, Turkey; Lund, Sweden
- Smart Cities Through Smart Lighting, Brussels, Belgium
- Energy Sharing and Cost Savings with OhmConnect, Berkeley, CA, US
- Smart Pole & Intelligent Street Lighting, Bhopal, India
- Philadelphia Energy Campaign for Multi-Family Affordable Housing, Philadelphia, PA, US
- Underground Infrastructure Sensing, Burlington, VT, US; Winooski, VT, US; Chattanooga, TN, US
- Austin SHINES Project, Austin, TX, US
- Idaho's First Commercial Zero Net Energy Building, Boise, ID, US
- Montreal Smart Public Lighting Control Project, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Transforming Household Waste in Austin, Austin, TX, US
- Wireless IoT Connectivity Platform in San Leandro, San Leandro, CA, US
- San Francisco International Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment: View Dynamic Glass, San Francisco, CA, US
- Air, Noise, and Smart Traffic Monitoring in Ireland, Galway City, Ireland; Limerick, Ireland; Cork, Ireland; Dublin City, Ireland

Governance Awards
- Kansas City Smart City Initiatives, Kansas City, MO, US
- Bhopal Plus App, Bhopal, India
- Crime Big Data Analytics from Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, US
- PMC Citizen Assistance, Response and Engagement (CARE), Pune, India
- Homeless Data Sharing in Sacramento, Sacramento, California, US
- MyRichmond, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
- Gang and Crime Prevention in St. Louis with Smart Streetlights, St. Ann, MO; St. Charles, MO; St. Louis, MO, US
- Lake Flood Prevention with Smart Gateway Sensors, Lakeland, FL, US

Horizons Awards - Horizon awardees demonstrate foundational and inspiring groundwork for future smart cities projects.
- Schenectady Smart City Report, Schenectady, NY, US
- Yucaipa Business Incubator Center, Yucaipa, CA, US
- Annapolis Renewable Energy Park-Solar Segment Project, Annapolis, MD, US
- Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan, Chula Vista, CA, US

Mobility Awards
- Turnit BiBo, Tartu, Estonia
- Marietta TravelSafely App, Marietta, GA, US
- Solar Assisted Electric Vehicle Charging and Car Share, Chattanooga, TN, US
- VIA Mobile Ticketing System, San Antonio, TX, US
- India's First Public Bike Share Program, Bhopal, India
- Smarter Streets with Video Analytics in Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Nation's First Self-Driving Shuttle Pilot in Public Right-of-Way, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Intelligent Video Analytics in Singapore and at Changi Airport, Singapore
- Intelligent Transport System (ITS), Bengaluru, India
- Mobile Application for BMTC Project, Bengaluru, India
- The Texas Innovation Alliance, Arlington, TX, US
- oneTRANSPORT Initiative, Watford, England; Oxford, England
- Electric Drive, Austin, TX, US
- Vision Zero Project, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Automated Video Analytics for Improved Mobility in Austin, Austin, TX, US

Networks Awards
- Emergency Internet Bypass Lane Protocol, Rochester, NY, US
- Campbell River Advantage Network, Campbell River, Canada
- World's Largest Network of IoT Sensors on City Streetlights, San Diego, CA, US
- The Ammon Model, Ammon, ID, US
- Richmond Hill Smart Street Lighting Conversion Project by Ameresco , Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
- StormSense, Hampton Roads, Virginia, US
- Array of Things, Chicago, Illinois, US
- Simulated Smart City, Cary, NC, US


Applications are reviewed by members of our global city leader community. Awardees are encouraged to attend the Smart 50 Awards Gala in April 2019 with at least two attendees of the project team.


For more information, please contact Laura Benold, Smart Cities Connect at (email)......................................................"
Martin Green – Australia’s “father of PV” – beats Elon Musk, to Global Energy Prize; UNSW’s Martin Green beats Elon Musk for major energy prize for his work in REVOLUTIONISING efficiency, +helping make solar PV cheapest energy option


https://reneweconomy.com.au/martin-green-australias-father-p…

"Australia’s “father of PV,” UNSW Scientia Professor Martin Green, has been awarded the 2018 Global Energy Prize, beating out a shortlist that included Tesla’s Elon Musk, and becoming the first Australian to win the $820,000 gong.

The University of New South Wales said on Thursday that Professor Green had been selected from 44 contenders from 14 countries by a committee of leading scientists, to share the prize with Russian scientist Sergey Alekseenko, an expert in thermal power engineering.

Green was honoured, UNSW said, for revolutionising the efficiency and cost of solar photovoltaics and making it the lowest cost option for bulk electricity supply.

And rightly so – Professor Green, who is Director of the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics at UNSW, is a world-renowned as a leading specialist in both monocrystalline and polycrystalline silicon solar cells.

In 1989, his team supplied the solar cells for the first photovoltaic system with an energy conversion efficiency of 20 per cent. In 2014, he headed the development team that first demonstrated the conversion of sunlight into electricity with an efficiency of 40 per cent.

Professor Green also invented the PERC solar cell, which accounted for more than 24 per cent of the world’s silicon cell manufacturing capacity at the end of 2017.

On top of all that, the research group he founded at UNSW – the largest and best-known university-based PV research group in the world – is broadly credited with driving the enormous reductions in costs in solar PV, largely through the work of his students in establishing manufacturing centres in Asia.

“Not everyone would agree with that attribution,” said Green in an interview with RE on Friday – adding that Tesla’s Musk would have been his pick for the prize, for his crucial work of putting electric vehicles on the agenda.

And the Professor was keen to pay tribute to his UNSW solar stablemates, Zhengrong Shi, who left Australia to form Suntech Power in the US; and Stuart Wenham – the “Einstein” of the solar world, who died, aged just 60, in December last year.

“In particular, Stuart created this computer program that was a virtual production line,” Green told RE. “That overcame the language barrier in training hoards of Chinese engineers in setting up these (solar PV) production lines.”

Some 15 to 20 years later, and the global growth of solar PV – now the cheapest new form of energy generation – has soared beyond virtually all predictions.

“If you look at the figures from the last few years growth has consistently stayed at around 40 per cent a year,” Green said.

“If it keeps growing at that rate, we’re looking at hitting a terawatt of solar production in 2024.

“Even if it slows to growth of 20 per cent a year, we are on track to reach production levels of a TW a year in the late 2020s.

“And that’s the area where you can really start cutting greenhouse gases.”

And that’s what it’s all about – a cheap transition that does not cost more than business as usual, in fact will likely deliver savings – although some people, and some governments, prefer to remain none the wiser.

Which is why awards like this one are so important.

“I think (this is) a good opportunity to get across the message that things have changed with solar and that it’s the best option out there,” Green said.

“That’s an important message to get out.

“There’s a growing consensus that we’re going to get most of our energy out of solar down the track.

“It’s not a matter having to help solar along. It’s not about removing the last remaining barriers – and getting out of the way of (renewable energy),” he said.

Green said removing barriers often meant changing regulations to make them consistent with a solar type of future, as well as overcoming political resistance in places like Australia and the US. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.927.165 von Popeye82 am 07.06.18 01:33:05READY to rocket

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" - Avalon Battery Corporation
- Awesense Wireless Inc.
- Axine Water Technologies
- Bionic Power
- Cooledge Lighting Inc
- Enbala Power Networks Inc.
- First Light Technologies Ltd.
- Mazza Innovation Ltd.
- Minesense
- Neurio Technology Inc.
- Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc.
- Rainforest Automation, Inc.
- S2G Biochemicals Inc.
- Saltworks Technologies Inc.
- Terramerra PlantScience
- Ecotagious
- CLIR
- DarkVision
- Etalim Inc."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.927.147 von Popeye82 am 07.06.18 01:02:39READY to rocket

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" - Inventys Inc.
- Acuva Technologies Inc.
- Ionomr Innovations Inc.
- Loop Energy
- Anaconda Systems Ltd.
- British Columbia Biocarbon Ltd
- Carbon Engineering
- CRM GeoTomography Technologies
- ELIX Wireless
- General Fusion Inc.
- Hydra Energy
- Portable Electric
- Nanozen Safety
- Rotoliptic Technologies Inc.
- Switch Materials Inc.
- Tantalus Labs
- VeloMetro Mobility Inc.
- Elevated Signals
- AIS Robotics
- Nano-Lit Technologies
- Boydel Wastewater Technologies Inc."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 51.029.319 von Popeye82 am 07.11.15 07:35:28READY to rocket

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" - 7Geese (Paltech Inc)
- Aarcomm Systems Incorporated
- Allocadia Software Inc.
- Bananatag Systems Inc.
- Beanworks Solutions Inc.
- Echosec Systems Ltd
- Encepta Corp.
- Envisio Solutions Inc.
- Eventbase Technology Inc.
- Finn.ai
- Flytographer Enterprises Ltd
- Foodee Media Inc.
- Lightship Works
- MailChannels Corporation.
- Marine Learning Systems Inc.
- MetroQuest (Envision Sustainability Tools Inc.)
- Mintent
- Navarik Corp.
- Optigo Networks Inc.
- Parkbench Inc.
- PHEMI Systems Inc
- Pretio Interactive, INC.
- Procurify
- Referral SaaSquatch
- Riipen
- SemiosBIO Technologies Inc.
- StreetText
- Tasktop Technologies Inc.
- Thinkific Labs Inc.
- ThoughtExchange (Fulcrum Management Solutions Ltd)
- T- raction Guest
- TradableBits Media Inc.
- Trulioo Information Services Inc.
- Tutela Technologies
- Two Hat Security Ltd (Community Sift)
- WTFast (AAA Internet Publishing Inc.)
- Xencall
- Youneeq
- Zolo Realty (BC) Inc."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.797.046 von Popeye82 am 08.07.16 22:57:50Global GRAND Challenge Awards, winner (Singularity CAN wait) (2017)

http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/08/singularity-global-gran…
https://su.org/about/global-grand-challenges/

" Singularity Global Grand Challenge winners

At Singularity University, they believe that leveraging the convergence of exponential technologies will advance us along the path to solving our Global Grand Challenges (GGCs), and will shift humanity from an era of scarcity to one of abundance.

Three participating organizations have been selected to participate in each of our 12 tracks. As GGC Award participants, these organizations receive dedicated exhibition space in the SU Global Summit EXPO, where they have the opportunity to present their work to 1,500 public and private sector leaders from numerous industries and countries. One participating organization from each track – the one found to have the most potential to positively impact one billion people through exponential technology – will be selected as the track winner, and will earn recognition and exposure to some of the world’s most influential companies and development organization




Disaster Resilience winner
Luminaid


Inflatable LED light can provide 24 hours of 75 lumen light with 10 hours of charging.

When we think of our most basic human needs, we often think of food, water, and shelter. But when architecture graduate students Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta were asked to design a product to assist post-earthquake relief efforts in Haiti, they considered the dangerous conditions at night in the tent cities and turned their attention to another critical need: Light.Now everyone’s getting the bright idea: hikers in Yosemite, backpackers in Whistler, and emergency workers in Nepal alike use LuminAID to light their way. Even the reality investment show ABC’s Shark Tank saw the LuminAID vision irresistible, and invited Anna and Andrea on the show for a chance to premiere their product on primetime.




Energy winner
Rafiki Energy


Shipping container sized solar power and mini-grid. About 20 KW it power

Rafiki Power offers off-grid energy services to kick-start development and growth in underdeveloped regions. We provide clean energy solutions that are affordable and sustainable for people and businesses living off the grid in rural areas of East Africa.
Rafiki Power was founded in 2013 as a start-up within E.ON’s internal start-up incubator :agile. We are currently active in Tanzania.




Environment winner
Breezometer


BreezoMeter (www.breezometer.com) is the world’s leading provider of real-time air quality analytics, with over 50 million daily users. We’re powered by big data, machine learning, and dispersion algorithms, providing hyperlocal information on air pollution. Our simple API integration can help companies access worldwide air quality coverage, live air pollution maps, AQI forecasts, pollen, actionable health recommendations, and much more. Learn more here: breezometer.com




Food Winner
Aspire


Aspire’s EntoCube will revolutionize food production with specially-designed shipping container units, which produce local, sustainable insect food in urban and rural communities anywhere in the world. It’s a delicious way to solve the grandest challenge of our times.




Governance winner
Makesense





Health Winner
Umina


Education winer
Iris AI


Iris.AI is an Artificial Intelligence that starts out as a Science Assistant; helping you find the science you need. Over time she will learn, slowly but surely becoming a Scientist herself.

Prosperity winner
Egalite





Security Winner
Hala Systems


Hala Systems, Inc. is a social enterprise focused on developing effective, technology-driven solutions to the world’s toughest humanitarian challenges. Hala is currently focused on civilian protection, accountability, and the prevention of violent extremism before, during, and after conflict. Ultimately, Hala aims to transform the nature of civilian defense during warfare, as well as to reduce casualties and trauma during post-conflict recovery, natural disasters, and other major crises.

Shelter Winner
Billion Bricks





Space Winner
Telluslabs


TellusLabs’ GM Fernando Rodriguez-Villa presenting at FinTech Sandbox Demo Day 4.0.




Water winner
Loowatts


3D printing of waste management systems that produce biogas.



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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.213.250 von Popeye82 am 06.09.16 06:50:11BioNeutra Group hatte ich früher lange unter Erwägung, vor Jahren.



"Astech Awards", WInner+Finalists (2017)
http://www.astech.ca/awards/this-year/2017-finalists

"INNOVATION SPECTRUM AWARDS

Outstanding Leadership in Alberta Science



Dr. Lori J. West
WINNER: Dr. Lori J. West

Dr. West is a world-leading researcher and transplant cardiologist at the University of Alberta who is improving care for transplant patients around the world. Dr. West has made critical discoveries that increase the number of organs available for patients to address the global shortage of suitable donor organs.

FINALIST: Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn –is a nephrologist, clinician-scientist and world-renowned leader in chronic kidney disease (CKD) research at the Cumming School of Medicine in Calgary. Dr. Hemmelgarn’s research informs international clinical practice guidelines and health policy resulting in significant improvements to the care and prognosis of patients with CKD.

Outstanding Leadership in Alberta Technology sponsored by NAIT

Metabolomic Technologies Inc.


Dr. Chris Dambrowitz, NAIT; Dr. Haili Wang and Dr. David Chang, MTI

WINNER: Metabolomic Technologies Inc.

MTI is improving cancer detection and prevention with the commercialization of their metabolomic urine test for colorectal cancer, the second leading cause of cancerous death in Canada, and its precursor polyps. MTI, a spin-out company from the University of Alberta, is led by President Dr. Richard Fedorak.

FINALIST: Dr. Michael Bowling – is leading development of machine learning at the University of Alberta. Dr. Bowling builds artificially intelligent agents that learn to act in human-scale environments, using poker as the testbed. His AI system DeepStack uses “intuition” to beat professional poker players.

FINALIST: Dr. Faramarz Samavati – has made significant contributions in 3D object modelling by pursuing practical research applications, including the hexagonal grid-based Digital Earth software; Naturasketch, a sophisticated 3D sketch-based content creation tool; and a medical imaging and visualization tool. Dr. Samavati is based at the University of Calgary.

Outstanding Achievement in Applied Technology and Innovation sponsored by SAIT


Rick Tofani, SAIT and Dr. Christopher Clarkson
WINNER: Dr. Christopher Clarkson

Dr. Clarkson is a recognized world-expert in rate-transient analysis (RTA) at the University of Calgary. Petroleum engineers worldwide use RTA to analyze hydrocarbon and water data from unconventional reservoir wells. Dr. Clarkson’s seminal publications pioneered the development of standardized RTA on unconventional reservoirs.

FINALIST: Veerum – is optimizing capital projects through an innovative industrial Internet of Things solution that creates a precise digital replica of reality and compares it to the project plan to identify mismatches in the virtual world before problems impact the construction site. Veerum’s goal is to eradicate rework. Steve Fisher is the Co-Founder and CEO of this Calgary-based firm.

Outstanding Science and Technology Start-Up Award sponsored by JR Shaw School of Business, NAIT

Interface Fluidics


Dr. Todd Sumner, JR Shaw School of Business; Stuart Kinnear and Tom de Haas, Interface Fluidics

WINNER: Interface Fluidics Limited

Interface Fluidics is an award-winning Edmonton-based company using nano-technology to demonstrate how chemicals for drilling, completions and enhanced oil recovery work inside the reservoir. Their faster and cheaper microfluidic platform miniaturizes and standardizes traditional testing tools. CEO Stuart Kinnear leads Interface.

FINALIST: Passportal Inc. – is improving internet security as a provider of security-related products to IT service providers. With more than 900 partners in 30 countries using its products, Calgary-based Passportal is helping its partners become more efficient, secure and profitable. Passportal is led by Chief Executive Officer Colin Knox.

Outstanding Commercial Achievement in Alberta Science & Technology sponsored by NAIT


Stacey Ohlmann, NAIT and Dr. Jianhua Zhu, BioNeutra

WINNER: BioNeutra North America Inc.

Founded by Dr. Jianhua Zhu, BioNeutra is an Edmonton-based world leader in developing ingredients for natural health and mainstream food products. BioNeutra exports VitaFiber™IMO to manufacturers worldwide for inclusion in health bars, beverages, ice cream and confectionaries.

SECTOR-SPECIFIC AWARDS

Innovation in Information and Communications Technology sponsored by TELUS



Leara eLearning
Jeff Yurchesyn, TELUS and Connor Gottfried, Leara eLearning

WINNER: Leara eLearning Inc.

Leara eLearning is using innovation, engineering, experience and passion to deliver Respond5, a unique user-friendly authoring tool for creating, editing and publishing eLearning that is viewable on all devices. Respond5 allows anyone to create and deliver narrated, responsive and cost-effective content. Calgary-based Leara eLearning is led by CEO Connor Gottfried.

Innovation in Oil Sands Research sponsored by Syncrude Canada Ltd.


Dr. Mohamed Gamal El-Din and Mal Carroll, Syncrude

WINNER: Dr. Mohamed Gamal El-Din

Dr. Gamal El-Din is a leading researcher at the University of Alberta who proposes a sustainable multi-barrier treatment process for the safe treatment and reclamation of oil sands tailings water based on accelerating decontamination and detoxification. Dr. Gamal El-Din’s new generation of approaches will replace existing practices.

LEADERSHIP AWARDS

Excellence in Science & Technology Public Awareness



Schulich Engineering Outreach Team

WINNER: Schulich Engineering Education Outreach Team

The team is composed of Schulich School of Engineering faculty members working together to initiate and deliver a number of engineering education outreach programs with the goal of enhancing public understanding of science, technology and engineering, by promoting diversity in the engineering profession and particularly inspiring more girls and young women to pursue careers in engineering. The team is composed of Drs. Laleh Behjat, Milana Trifkovic, Mohammad Moshirpour, and graduate students Emily Marasco and Stephanie Hladik.

FINALIST: BP Canada A+ for Energy – is enabling Alberta science teachers to pursue big, creative, innovative ideas when it comes to energy and environmental education in the classroom through grants of up to $10,000. A+ for Energy helped fund some of the first solar installations at schools in Alberta, helped purchase class sets of tablet computers, and helped secure some of the first 3-D printers outside of lab facilities. Stephen Willis is the President of BP Canada.

Leaders of Tomorrow, sponsored by Alberta Economic Development and Trade


Alberta Economic Development & Trade Assistant Deputy Minister John Brown and Dr. Kristen Barton

WINNER: Dr. Kristen Barton

Dr. Barton is revolutionizing injury prevention through her one-of-a-kind work on knee motion data analysis, as research lead for Vivametrica wearable technology and by spearheading the Joint Effort program for older patients with osteoarthritis. Dr. Barton is a MD/PhD student in the Cumming School of Medicine in Calgary.

FINALIST: Jessica Luc – is a medical student at the University of Alberta whose many contributions to Alberta’s science and technology community include internationally recognized research, medical education initiatives, humanism in medicine endeavours and space technology development.

FINALIST: Amit Persad – is a University of Alberta medical student who is expanding exploratory neuroscience with his project on the role of protein in brain tumours and the central nervous system. Amit also developed LiveBook, a software program that is an innovative reimagining of an existing medical education tool.

FINALIST: Tushar Sharma – is a University of Calgary PhD candidate who is making a positive impact in the world by founding the Astronomy Teacher Training Institute and collaborating with the Calgary Board of Education to involve high school students in collaborative astronomy projects with NASA and their Science Mission Directorate, SARA.

ASTech Special Award: Youth Ambassador


Sophia Fairweather

WINNER: Sophia Fairweather

Sophia is leading by example as an entrepreneur, leader and ambassador for the promotion of STEM pursuits for young women. As a grade 4 student in Edmonton, Sophia has developed multiple products, participated in international panels and been interviewed by national news outlets. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.332.326 von Popeye82 am 23.09.16 07:14:30AMA Innovation Award, Contenders (2018)
http://ama-sensorik.de/fileadmin/Innovationspreis/Booklet/20…

"Coriolis Durchflussmessgerät Promass Q mit Multi-Frequenz-Technologie
6
Thermometer mit automatischer in situ Kalibrierfunktion im Prozess
6
Siloxan-resistenter Multipixel-Gassensor
7
Bosch BME680 - erster miniaturisierter, chemischer Gassensor
7
Dünnschicht-Folien-DMS: Hochsensitiv und kundenspezifisch
8
HygNova ADVANCE
8
Effiziente Sicherung von Bahnübergängen durch Vibrationsanalyse
9
ChilliPot - Scoville Meter
9
Precalibrated formaldehyde sensor module
10
A lead free, two pin, industry compatible fuel cell oxygen sensor
10
Monitoring physical values based
on NB-IoT sensors and cloud platform
11
Sensorik für Rotorblattdiagnostik und Fledermauserkennung - B²-Monitor
11
Sensor-Indenter-System zur akustischen Überwachung beim Wafertest
12
Magnetischer Motor Kit Encoder mit One Cable Technology BiSS Line
12
Der „Analyser“:
Mit Sensordaten und AI zu robusten Produkten und Prozessen
13
Elektrische Leistungsmessung, spannend einfach mit DEWETRON
13
Überwachung eines Kochvorgangs mittels Radarsensorik
14
Mikrowellen-Feuchtemesssensor FL-Wapp
14
Interferoskop 5.0 mit räumlichem Phasenschieben
15
SPADeye2 - LiDAR-Sensor mit variablem Sonnenschutz
15
Smart Magnetic Field
16
Covalently-modified gold gratings as a universal SERS platform
16
Erzeugung von EM-Simulationsmodellen mittels Computertomographie
17
Smart hydrogel catheter sensor platform
17
Nanoengineered mercury vapor sensor
18
MPV-800 Multipoint Vibrometer
18
Die schlaue Schraube 4.0 – Kontaktloses Ermitteln der Vorspannkraft
19
Novel PEROXCAP
®
sensor for measuring hydrogen peroxide vapor
19
Ultra-High Temperature (1000°C) Accelerometer
20
ExtruSens - Modulare Low-cost
Systemplattform zur Prozessüberwachung
20
Promess Measuring Device
21
SO2-Messsystem für den Einsatz auf hoher See
21
Megapixel Scanning Vibrometer for Micromechanical Systems
22
Zolitron Z-Node und Z-Cloud Analytics
22
Nanodevice for Recognition/ Determination/
Capture of Hazard from Water
23"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.323.917 von Popeye82 am 22.09.16 06:47:12sustainia 100 award (2017); annual guide to 100 innovative solutions, from around the world, that presents readily available projects, initiatives +technologies @@@@@@@the forefront of sustainable transformation. The solutions in our '13 edition of Sustainia100 are deployed in 2/3rds of the world’s countries:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: –including Kenya, India, Mexico +South Africa, making the Sustainia100 guide reflect innovation from the traditional western hubs, as well as parts of the world that are normally not well covered. Sustainia100 presents sustainable solutions in 10 key sectors, spanning from energy, transportation to fashion, food +education. Sustainia100 gives investors, regional developers, business leaders, politicians, +consumers in-depth insights, to the most promising projects +technologies within their field. From our list of 100 sustainable solutions, Sustainia100, an award committee led by former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger reviews +selects a winner, to be announced @the grand Sustainia Award Ceremony, in Copenhagen, every autumn. Finalists in the Australian Technologies Competition are fast tracked, for assessment for the Sustainia 100

https://issuu.com/sustainia/docs/cities100_2017
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.361.423 von Popeye82 am 27.09.16 22:53:01, Winner (2017)
http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/73a95a_c9263351851b4977966a545…, Winners (2017)

"AWARD - WINNER - STATE - DESCRIPTION

Advanced Manufacturing & Energy Resources
Imagine Intelligent Materials
NSW
Graphene materials that are electrically conductive and act as sensors. The first product is a graphene coating for geotextiles that is used to locate leaks in dam linings at mines.

Cyber Security
SecureVote
NSW
The world’s MOST secure, scalable and resilient internet voting system, which is smartphone enabled and addresses all the current technical challenges, of internet voting.

Food & Agribusiness
FluroSat
NSW
Precision agriculture and decision making in cropping, through a suite of decision-support tools, based on aerial and satellite images.

Medtech & Pharma
Livac
VIC
The LiVac Retractor System is used to retract the liver during upper gastrointestinal tract laparoscopic surgery with minimal trauma to patients.

Mining Technology
Mining & Process Solutions
WA
Alkaline glycine leaching process offers a new way to extract gold, copper and nickel, without using cyanide and with lower cost than conventional leach processes.

New Energy
Future Grid
VIC
The Future Grid Platform processes billions of data points, per day, to create meaning and value for enterprises, whilst reducing infrastructure costs, by 90%.:eek::eek:

Smart Cities
Premonition
NSW
Premonition optimises fleets in real-time by combining artificial intelligence and machine learning, to provide Autonomous Logistics, that adapts to traffic congestion, delays and missed deliveries.

People’s Choice
BCAL Diagnostics
NSW
A transformational test that enables the early and accurate detection of breast cancer, from a routine blood sample, potentially replacing mammography, GLOBALLY. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.446.236 von Popeye82 am 10.10.16 17:53:13"10 Most Promising Energy & Clean Technology Companies" Award, Winners (2017)
http://news.rice.edu/2017/09/18/10-most-promising-energy-and…

"Eight businesses based in the Houston area were among the 10 most-promising energy and clean technology venture companies announced by the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship (Rice Alliance) at the 15th annual Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum held Sept. 14 at Rice University’s McNair Hall.

The Houston-based honorees were Advantek Waste Management Services, Commando Pressure Control, Comitt Well Solutions, DataJudo, DynaView, FlexGen Power Systems, FlowCommand and Vertice Oil Tools. Rounding out the 10 winners were two companies from Canada: Ingu Solutions and Flyscan Systems.

Energy and clean technology companies showcased their new offerings at the largest venture capital conference in the Southwest. Among the 600 attendees were investors, venture capitalists, industry representatives, business leaders, service providers and entrepreneurs.

The 10 most-promising energy and clean technology companies were chosen from more than 225 startup applicants and judged by industry experts and interest generated from participating investors. This was the most startups to ever participate in the forum.

“Every year the quality of companies improves,” said Rice Alliance managing director Brad Burke, who announced the winners. “Over the past 15 years, more than 2,000 companies have presented at Rice Alliance Technology Venture Forums. These companies have raised more than $3.1 billion in funding. This speaks to the quality of the companies and to the robust entrepreneurial ecosystem of investors that has been developed to support these companies. Despite the challenging economic environment over the past several years, good companies have been able to attract investors.”

The forum was supported by Chevron, Shell, Mercury Fund, Aramco Energy Ventures, BP, GE, TechnipFMC, Total, Altira, ConocoPhillips, Lime Rock Partners, EV Equity Investment, Statoil, Energy Innovation Capital, Wells Fargo, Andrews Kurth, Norton Rose Fulbright, PKF Texas, Winstead and Vinson & Elkins LLP along with these organizations: Energy Valley Inc., Leyendecker Executive Search, Greater Houston Partnership, Canadian Consulate and CleanTech Open, Energy Valley Inc. Houston Angel Network and U.S. Department of Energy.


Rice Alliance event winners


Ten energy startups were recognized as Most Promising Energy Technology Venture Companies at the 2017 Rice Alliance Energy and Clean Technology Venture Forum.

- L-R: Ingu Solutions
- DataJudo
- Advantek Waste Management Services
- Comitt Well Solutions
- FlexGen Power Systems
- Vertice Oil Tools

Not pictured:
- Commando Pressure Control
- Dynaview
- FlowCommand
- Flyscan Systems "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.956.730 von Popeye82 am 26.12.16 20:06:13Global IMPACT Award; provides $200,000 for groundbreaking work, that addresses the world's most important social, and humanitarian, problems; Winners+Finalists (2017)
http://www.metroatlantachamber.com/events/featured/global-im…

" Foreign Investment
- Relex
- Skaltek
- Winner: Voestalpine

Global Business Growth
- Red Brick Brewing Co.
- Rubicon
- Winner: Triatek

Innovation
- Winner: Hi-Rez Studios
- Loupe
- Spitfire Studios

​Global Partner Recipient

- Global Atlanta"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.922.752 von Popeye82 am 06.06.18 16:50:25
- Rajamanickam Antonimuthu
Am 13.08.2017 veröffentlicht
Experts at World Economic Forum has released a list of Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2017.
Each technology was chosen for its potential to improve lives, transform industries and safeguard the planet. The experts were also looking for indications that the technologies have reached a level of maturity that would enable widespread take-up in the coming 3-5 years.

Source: Oliver Cann / World Economic Forum https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/0...

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.183.529 von Popeye82 am 28.01.17 05:18:202017's HOTTEST, emerging, Technologies; technological advances that HAVE the power to improve lives, transform industries +safeguard, the planet


http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Top_10_Emerging_Technologie…
http://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/06/these-are-the-top-10-e…


" 1. Liquid biopsies

Liquid biopsies mark a step forward in the fight against cancer. First, they are an alternative where traditional tissue-based biopsies are not possible. Second, they provide a full spectrum of information compared to tissue samples, which only reflect the information available in the sample. Lastly, by homing in on circulating-tumor DNA (ctDNA), genetic material that routinely finds its way from cancer cells into the bloodstream, disease progression or resistance to treatment can be spotted much faster than otherwise relying on symptoms or imaging.

2. Harvesting clean water, from air

The ability to extract clean water from air is not new, however existing techniques require high moisture levels and a lot of electricity. This is changing. A team from MIT and University of California, Berkeley has successfully tested a process using porous crystals that convert the water using no energy at all. Another approach, by a start-up called Zero Mass Water from Arizona is able to produce 2-5 litres of water a day based on an off-grid solar system.

3. Deep learning, for visual tasks

Computers are beginning to recognize images better than humans. Thanks to deep learning, an emerging field of artificial intelligence, computer-vision technologies are increasingly being used in applications as diverse as driving autonomous vehicles, medical diagnostics, damage assessment for insurance claims and monitoring of water levels and crop yield.

4. Liquid fuels, from sunshine

Can we mimic the humble leaf to create an artificial photosynthesis to generate and store energy? The prospects are looking increasingly positive. The answer lies in using sunlight-activated catalysts to split water molecules into water and hydrogen, and then using the same hydrogen to convert CO2 into hydrocarbons. Such a closed system - wherein CO2 emitted by combustion is then transformed back into fuel instead of the atmosphere - could prove to be revolutionary for the solar and wind industries.

5. The Human Cell Atlas

An international collaboration aimed at deciphering the human body, called the Human Cell Atlas, was launched in October 2016. The project, backed by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative aims to identify every cell type in every tissue; learn exactly which genes, proteins and other molecules are active in each type and the processes which control that activity; determine where the cells are located exactly; how the cells normally interact with one another, and what happens to the body’s functioning when genetic or other aspects of a cell undergo change, among other things. The end product will be an invaluable tool for improving and personalizing health care.

6. Precision farming

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is providing farmers with a new set of tools to boost crop yield and quality while reducing water and chemical use. Sensors, robots, GPS, mapping tools and data-analytics software are all being used to customize the care that plants need. While the prospect of using drones to capture plant health in real time may be some way off for most of the world’s farmers, low-tech techniques are coming online too. Salah Sukkarieh, of the University of Sydney, for instance, has demonstrated a streamlined, low-cost monitoring system in Indonesia that relies on solar power and cell phones.

7. Affordable catalysts, for green vehicles

Progress is being made on a promising zero-emission technology, the hydrogen-fed fuel cell. Progress to date has been stymied by the high price of catalysts which contain platinum. However, much progress has been made reducing reliance on this rare and expensive metal, and the latest developments involve catalysts that include no platinum, or in some cases no metal at all.

8. Genomic vaccines

Vaccines based on genes are superior to more conventional ones in a number of ways. They are faster to manufacture for one thing, which is crucial at times of a violent outbreak. Compared to manufacturing proteins in cell cultures or eggs, producing genetic material should also be simpler and less expensive. A genomics-based approach to vaccines also enables more rapid adaptation in the event of a pathogen mutating, and finally allows scientists to identify people who are resistant to a pathogen, isolate the antibodies that provide that protection, and design a gene sequence that will induce a person’s cells to produce those antibodies.

9. Sustainable design, of communities

Applying green construction to multiple buildings at once has the potential to revolutionize the amount of energy and water we consume. Sending locally-generated solar power to a smart microgrid could reduce electricity consumption by half and reduce carbon emissions to zero if a project currently under development at the University of California at Berkeley Goes to plan. Meanwhile, the same project’s plan to re-design water systems so that waste water from toilets and drains is treated and re-used on site, with rainwater diverted to toilets and washers, could cut demand for potable water by 70%.

10. Quantum computing

Quantum computers’ almost limitless potential has only ever been matched by the difficulty and cost of their construction. Which explains why today the small ones that have been built have not yet managed to exceed the power of supercomputers. But progress is being made and in 2016 the technology firm IBM provided the public access to the first quantum computer in the cloud. This has already led to more than 20 academic papers being published using the tool and today more than 50 start-ups and large corporations worldwide are focused on making quantum computing a reality. With such progress behind us, the word on people’s lips now is “Quantum Ready.” "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.243.926 von Popeye82 am 05.02.17 18:39:24Business Awards Europe, winner (2017/18)
http://www.businessawardseurope.com/news/item/winners-named-…

" The RSM Entrepreneur of the Year Award - Charlie Hansson, Chas Visual Management - Sweden

The ELITE Award for Growth Strategy of the Year - John Paul - France

The Award for Innovation - Aker Biomarine - Norway

The Germany Trade & Invest Award for International Expansion - AquaBioTec - Malta

The Social Responsibility and Environmental Awareness Award - Groupe SEB - France

The New Business of The Year Award - Clicars Spain SL - Spain

The Workplace and People Development Award - Neylons Facility Management - Republic of Ireland

The Customer and Market Engagement Award - Riwal - Netherlands

The Digital Technology Award - Prepaid Financial Services - UK

The Business of the Year Award with Turnover € 0 - 25M BeMatrix - Belgium

The Business of the Year Award with Turnover €26M - 150M Bonum - Norway

The Business of the Year Award with Turnover €150M + Tomra - Norway

European Public Winner - True Potential - UK

The Chairman’s Selection Award - Childbase Partnership - UK"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.693.689 von Popeye82 am 07.04.17 02:37:15Global Water Awards, winner (2018)
https://globalwaterawards.com/2018-winners/

"CATEGORY - WINNER - DISTINCTION

Water Company of the Year
- Evoqua Water Technologies
- Aqualia

Desalination Company of the Year
- Suez
- Metito

Smart Water Company of the Year
- Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
- Schneider Electric

BreakTHROUGH Water Technology Company, of the Year
- Voltea
- Moleaer

Water/Wastewater Project of the Year
- Ulu Pandan wastewater treatment pilot
- El Paso zero discharge plant

Industrial Water Project of the Year
- Arla Foods Milky Water Reuse
- ABF Ovaltine Effluent Treatment Plant

Municipal Desalination Plant of the Year
- Mirfa IWPP
- Umm Al Houl IWPP

Industrial Desalination Plant of the Year
- Jazan IGCC desalination plant
- Sarlux desalination plant

Water Deal of the Year
- Kigali Bulk Water Supply project financing
- Hamilton biosolids financing

Water Leaders Award
- Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board
- Agua y Saneamientos Argentinos SA

Smart Water Project of the Year
- Mecca Smart Operations Project
- Christchurch Pressurised Sewer Project

Water Technology Company of the Year
- Xylem
- LG Water Solutions

Water Technology Idol
- CosmosID
- Via Separations "
Washington Business Journal Innovation Award, honorees

http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2017/08/29/check-…

" - AusculTech Dx, for StethAid
- Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, for the Neural Engineering System Design Program
- Deloitte Consulting, for Deloitte Process Robotics
- Federal Aviation Administration, for the Innovation Challenge for Training Design
- Go Together Inc., for Carpool2School
- HawkEye 360 Inc., for innovations in geospatial information
- InCadence Strategic Solutions, for ARES mobile biometrics collection
- Iron Bow Technologies, for the Clinical Care Device (CLINiC)
- LiveSafe Inc., for the LiveSafe mobile safety communications platform
- National Journal, for Network Science Initiative’s stakeholder mapping
- RightEye LLC, for the company’s eye-tracking technology
- Senseware. for the company’s universal sensor interface
- Sibley Memorial Hospital, for The Sibley Innovation Hub
- SoHookd, for the SoHooked wellness rewards marketplace
- TRAXyL Inc., for FiberTRAX"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.738.550 von Popeye82 am 11.05.18 09:12:14
http://anthillonline.com/australian-startup-onecrop-was-crow…

https://onecrop.com/

" Australian startup OneCrop was crowned winner, of the APAC Future Food Asia Award
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OneCrop has been named Future Food Asia Award Prize Winner and will take home the US$100,000 reward. Led by Andrew Logan, the startup was crowned overall winner for their innovative solution that increases crop yields and tackles the issue of plastic waste in agriculture through a unique degradable mulch film.

Four startups were awarded with S$50,000 Startup SG Grants – Alchemy Foodtech from Singapore, FIB-SOL Life Technologies from India, PureSpace from South Korea and Shenzhen Qianhai Xiaozao Technology from China

Future Food Asia Award recognizes and rewards entrepreneurs from Asia Pacific who are building disruptive and sustainable innovations to tackle the inefficiencies and scarcities in our agri-food value chain. With rising population, urbanization, land scarcity and global warming challenges continuing to loom, nurturing innovators working towards sustainable food solutions remains essential. This year, the competition received a record number of applications from 19 different countries in Asia Pacific, and a 30 per cent rise in total applications compared to last year.

The selection of the 10 finalists and the winner was determined by a jury of complementary domain experts: Gerard Jacquin, former Director of Partnerships, Transfer and Innovation at INRA, Europe’s leading agricultural research institute; Dr. Ralph Graichen, Director of Food and Nutrition at A*STAR’s Biomedical Research Council; Victoria de la Huerga, Vice President of ADM Ventures, Archer Daniels Midland Company; and Isabelle Decitre, Founder and CEO of ID Capital.

Whaaaaaaat exactly does OneCrop do???????????????????????????????

At the Future Food Asia Award event on 23rd May the jury named OneCrop from Australia as the winner of the US$100,000 award. Led by Andrew Logan, OneCrop’s solution increases crop yields and tackles the issue of plastic waste in agriculture through a unique degradable mulch film.

It provides a technologically advanced yet cost-effective film that stores soil moisture, increases soil temperature, and drives vigorous early germination and plant growth, allowing commercial farmers around the world to significantly boost their productivity with no impact on the environment.

“The Future Food Asia Award stage provides a voice to the AgriTech and FoodTech start-ups in Asia Pacific. The diversity in the problems being addressed and the origin of these solutions presented today reaffirm the need for a regional platform for this budding innovation ecosystem. We are proud to catalyze it. As our community of like-minded investors and partners expands, we work towards having more impact over the years to come.” said Isabelle Decitre, Founder and CEO of ID Capital, the lead organizer of the Future Food Asia Award.

Andrew Logan, CEO of OneCrop said: “The Future Food Asia Award experience has been transformative for us. OneCrop has a vision to radically change global farming. However, we need opportunities like FFAA to engage with influential individuals and organizations to accelerate our growth, otherwise we would be still sitting back in Australia trying to get heard. We are thankful to ID Capital and the FFAA partners for their support and their vision to make a difference in the future of agriculture.”

What about the ooooooother grant winners??????????????????

Enterprise Singapore, in consultation with the FFAA judging panel, has selected Alchemy Foodtech from Singapore, FIB-SOL Life Technologies from India, PureSpace from South Korea and Shenzhen Qianhai Xiaozao Technology from China as winners of its S$50,000 grants.

Mrs. Kee Ai Nah, Enterprise Singapore’s Executive Director for Lifestyle & Consumer Cluster, said, “AgriTech and FoodTech are becoming increasingly important in helping us address the long-term challenges of food nutrition and sustainability. Through the Future Food Asia Award, Enterprise Singapore hopes to identify promising startups with innovative solutions that can lead the industry into the future. We welcome these startups in Singapore’s vibrant ecosystem to develop new products and solutions for the region and beyond.”

Alan Phua, Co-Founder and CEO of Alchemy Foodtech, said: “Future Food Asia Award was a rigorous process that forces us to think through our business case, IP strategy and commercialization plan. It also gave us a great opportunity to interact with MNCs, science agencies and startups from around Asia which served as a great technology validation to our work. This would not be possible without the great support from Enterprise Singapore, bringing in parties from and beyond Singapore.”

Alchemy Foodtech is a deep technology startup funded by NRF/SPRING TECS grants that aim to stop the global diabetes epidemic by lowering blood glucose spikes of everyday carbohydrate staples such as refined jasmine white rice, white bread, noodles etc. with their patent pending ingredient innovations that has been clinically proven.

Dr. S. Kavitha, Director of FIB-SOL Life Technologies, said: “We at FIB-SOL are very happy to be awarded the Startup SG grant. I would like to thank Enterprise Singapore and ID capital for recognizing FIB-SOL as one of the winners. As a tech startup in agri-sector, this award is an impetus for us to cater to the global agri-community. This opportunity is an inevitable gateway to business avenues in Southeast Asian countries for FIB-SOL.”

The expansion of organic farming is handicapped by the lack of stable and consistent agricultural inputs, in particular bio fertilizers. FIB-SOL has developed a patented nanofiber platform technology to provide light-weight, consistent and stable bio fertilizers. The technology enables delivery of a high payload of active ingredients in a stable form, thereby reducing the bulkiness and increasing the efficiency of bio fertilizers. Along with logistics savings, it helps improve the yield and environmental footprint of farming.

Ms. Lee Sun-Young, CEO of PureSpace, said: “It is a great honor and pleasure to be a winner of StartupSG Grant. I would like to thank ID Capital, Enterprise Singapore and other contributing organizations of FFAA. Post-harvest losses in the supply chain is a global issue and we are grateful for this opportunity to showcase our solution. With FFAA, we look forward to helping solve the fruit and vegetable waste problem not only in Asia but also globally.”

PureSpace’s solution applies to fresh produce all along the cold chain and increases their shelf life, thus greatly reducing post-harvest losses. It has developed a proprietary nano-catalyst technology to completely decompose ethylene gas and airborne bacteria effectively and safely. Thanks to their handy portable device, the solution can be deployed at multiple points of the supply chain.

Dr. Yu Wei, Founder & CEO of Shenzhen Qianhai Xiaozao Technology said: “We would like to thank the Future Food Asia platform for recognizing our work on microalgal EPA (an omega- 3 fatty acid). Large scale cultivation of microalgae has the potential to add a new dimension to modern agriculture, utilizing non-arable land and recaptured CO2 to produce algae that would deliver high quality nutrition to both humans and animals. We are really excited about the potential of algal EPA and we are honored to be recognized. ”

The Future Food Asia Award (FFAA) is a one of a kind event with a focus on AgriTech and FoodTech in Asia Pacific and brings together under one roof investors, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, government officials and general sustainability enthusiasts from across the globe. Panel discussions were held on navigating through the pitfalls of scaling up a startup in the AgriTech and FoodTech domain as well as on the need for tailoring acceleration frameworks for startups in the same domain.

Shenzhen Qianhai Xiaozao Technology Co., Ltd, homes in on the mass cultivation of natural microalgae Nannochloropsis and scale production of its derivative such as EPA (Omega-3) products. They have invented proprietary technologies and know-hows in process including strain selection and development, cultivation, harvesting and downstream processing which allows them to be the first company in the world to deliver a line of EPA products with commercial scalability and economic viability. Microalgal derivatives such as EPA products are vegan, heavy metal free, superiorly bioavailable in GI tracts over fish oils and eco-friendly."
"Future Protein Award" ,kürt die besten Lösungen zum aktuellen Proteindilemma
http://news.bio-based.eu/nova-institut-praesentiert-den-futu…

"Viele neue Wege werden beschritten, um zukünftige Proteinengpässe bei Lebens- und Futtermitteln zu überwinden. Bereits heute stehen zahlreiche alternative Lösungen zur Verfügung. Die Kategorien „bestes Konzept“ und „bester Geschmack“ werden auf der Konferenz „Revolution in Food and Biomass Production (REFAB)“ vom 1. bis 2. Oktober 2018 in Köln ausgezeichnet.

Schon jetzt habe fünf Produzenten von Insekten-Produkten sowie ein Hanfprotein-Produzent konkretes Interesse angemeldet. Ein Hersteller von sogenanntem "Solar Protein" aus Finnland, der mit Hilfe von Bakterien Proteine aus CO2 erzeugt, ist bereits für den Wettbewerb registriert.



"Visuals / Bildmaterial (free for press purposes, please include the source):

- Protein made from Air and Electricity / Proteine aus Luft und Elektrizität (Source: Solar Food LTS) news.bio-based.eu/media/2018/04/SOLAR-FOOD-LTS-licence_Solar-Foods-in-a-plate-and-spoon_produced-from-air-and-electricity.jpg
- Delicious and nutrictious: Salad with insects / Lecker und nahrhaft: Salat mit Insekten (Source: nova-Institute) news.bio-based.eu/media/2018/04/nova-Institut-licence_nutritious-salad-with-insects.png
- Future Protein Award, category best product / Future Protein Award in der Kategorie bestes Produkt (Source: nova-Institute) news.bio-based.eu/media/2018/04/futureproteinaward_2018_bestproduct.png
- Cricket Pasta / Grillen-Pasta (Source: Bugsolutely, Creative Commons) news.bio-based.eu/media/2018/04/Bugsolutely_Creative-Commons-Lisence_Cricket-Pasta.jpg
- Unusual but delicious: pan fried insects / Ungewöhnlich aber lecker: Insektenpfanne(Copyright: Karel Jakubec) news.bio-based.eu/media/2018/04/Karel-Jakubec_Creative-Commons-licence_Cook-cooking-insects-in-the-pan.jpg "
Asia Pacific’s premier AgriTech and FoodTech competition





Future Food Asia (Finalists) (2018)
https://techstory.in/future-food-asia-awards-2018-finalists/
https://futurefoodasia.com/2018/02/announcing-the-launch-of-…

"Future Food Asia announced that 10 start-ups have been selected as the 2018 finalists and will join the award event on May 23rd in Singapore to showcase their solutions and technologies for a chance to win US$100,000. On the day of the event Enterprise Singapore will also award up to four winners S$50,000 Startup SG grants, selected in consultation with the FFAA judging panel.

With population, urbanization, land scarcity and global warming challenges continuing to loom, nurturing innovators working towards sustainable food solutions remains essential. The Future Food Asia Award returns after a highly successful inaugural year, to recognize the leading AgriTech and FoodTech start-ups that are creating solutions to address the ever present and growing challenges in the food industry.

“Future Food Asia was formed from the belief that Asia-Pacific has a major role to play in this nascent but most relevant innovation vertical, and that it delivers solid investment opportunities to forward-thinking investors,” said Isabelle Decitre, Founder and CEO of ID Capital, the lead organizer of the Future Food Asia Award.

She adds, “The diversity of the finalists and their technology solutions once again showcases the vitality of the region, as well as its capacity to tackle not only region-specific challenges but global ones too.”

The event rewards the best applicants to the FFAA annual competition. It also promotes open innovation in the region with the goal to catalyze and align an ecosystem to cope with the challenges of food. The competitive application process began in the first week of February and closed on April 3, 2018.

Startups from 19 different countries participated and applications grew by 30 per cent compared to 2017, demonstrating the momentum around technology innovations for the food & agriculture industry.

Future Food Asia Award has the continued support from Singapore Economic Development Board; Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM), one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers; lead public research agency A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research); and enterprise development agency Enterprise Singapore.

It is joined by global science-based company Royal DSM, active in nutrition science and innovation across Asia Pacific, and global agricultural commodities and food merchant Louis Dreyfus Company.

The selection of the 10 finalists was determined by the experienced and diverse jury members: Gerard Jacquin, former Director of Partnerships, Transfer and Innovation at INRA, Europe’s leading agricultural research institute; Dr. Ralph Graichen, Director of Food and Nutrition at A*STAR’s Biomedical Research Council; Victoria de la Huerga, Vice President of ADM Ventures, Archer Daniels Midland Company; and Isabelle Decitre, Founder and CEO of ID Capital.

The event will be hosted on 23 May 2018 at Matrix Auditorium, Biopolis, in Singapore. You can register here


Overview The Future Food Asia 2018 Finalists

Amai Proteins Ltd. (Israel)

Amai Proteins is producing sweet proteins as sugar substitutes. The proprietary novel ingredients are healthy (zero calories, zero glycemic index), tasty, cheaper than sugar (in sweetness units), scalable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly.

Amai is taking sweet proteins found along the equatorial belt and applies Computational Protein Design and Biotechnology to adapt the proteins to the mass food market.

BioPrime AgriSolutions Pvt. Ltd. (India)

BioPrime is redefining agriculture and transforming lives through their alternative bio-organic, sustainable solutions for crop improvement, nutrition and protection, despite the growing impact of climate change and crop losses.

Patented technology platforms SNIPRTM and Bio-nexusTM are the interface between chemical and biological crop protection and nutrition, precision technology and plant biology.

Bioworks Corporation (Japan)

Bioworks Corporation has developed a natural ingredient-based bioplastic additive to produce strengthened PLA for significantly enhanced mechanical and thermal properties as well as industrial processability.

Completely derived from plant biomass, Bioworks additive gives this new PLA a much wider applicability, while remaining 100% biodegradable. It thus has the potential to accelerate societies’ transition into a greener future.

BLH Aqua Technology (Korea)

BLH Aqua Technology’s proprietary technology, Aqutonix, increases water absorption, and thus the photosynthetic efficiency of plants, reducing water and fertilizer usage while increasing yields.

For farmers, this means a decrease in operating costs and an increase in profits. For the world, it is a clean and sustainable solution to food and water scarcity.

FIB-SOL Life Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (India)

The expansion of organic farming is handicapped by the lack of stable and consistent agricultural inputs, in particular biofertilizers. FIB-SOL has developed a patented nanofiber platform technology to provide light-weight, consistent and stable biofertilizers.

The technology enables the delivery of a high payload of active ingredients in a stable form, thereby reducing the bulkiness and increasing the efficiency of biofertilizers. Along with logistics savings, it helps improve the yield and environmental footprint of farming.

Green Acres Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)

Green Acres aims at eliminating the usage of antibiotics in the animal farming system. Combining Traditional Chinese Medicine and a more international scientific approach, they are designing unique blends of herbs and other active ingredients to improve the immunity and overall health of livestock.

Their holistic approach to animal health has already had proven results on poultry.

OneCrop Pty. Ltd. (Australia)

OneCrop’s solution radically increases crop yields through a unique degradable mulch film. It provides a technologically advanced yet cost-effective film that stores soil moisture, increases soil temperature, and drives vigorous early germination and plant growth, allowing commercial farmers around the world to significantly boost their productivity with no impact on the environment.

PureSpace (Korea)

PureSpace’s solution applies to fresh produce all along the cold chain and increases their shelf life, thus greatly reducing post-harvest losses.

It has developed a proprietary nano-catalyst technology to completely decompose ethylene gas and airborne bacteria effectively and safely. Thanks to their handy portable device, the solution can be deployed at multiple points of the supply chain.

Terragen Biotech Pty. Ltd. (Australia)

Terragen Biotech is an Ag-Biotech company that develops biological products aimed at promoting plant and animal health. Terragen uses microorganisms as the basis of products that are designed to enhance yield and productivity, while reducing production costs, and the use of chemicals and antibiotics.

XRE (Korea)

XRE Corporation revolutionizes the way canned beverages are consumed. Completely compatible with existing can manufacturing processes, its improved version of “Stay-On-Tab” can lids is patented and allows beverages to be easily re-closed. Reducing beverage waste, it has the potential to become the new standard of the beverage industry."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.519.092 von Popeye82 am 11.04.18 16:37:35pace of invention and change is juuust tooooooooooooooooooooo strong






http://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2018/05/10/the-digests…
(16th) Utah innovation Awards (finalists)
http://www.stoel.com/events-press-releases/press-releases/20…
www.utahinnovationawards.com
http://www.utahtechcouncil.org/

"Clean Technology and Energy

Electro-Dynamic Eddy Current Sorting by EDX Magnetics
Spherical Ti Powder for 3D printing by The University of Utah/Blacksand Technology, LLC

Computer Hardware / Electrical Devices

Guardian GT by Sarcos Robotics
QuikChek 1-QC1 by Metal Fatigue Solutions
Smartbeat by Photorithm Inc.

Consumer Software (Including Social Media and Mobile Apps)

AtlasRTX Consumer Engagement Platform by AtlasRTX
Cake browser by Cake Technologies, LLC
Neighbor Storage by Neighbor Inc.
Augmented Reality Platform by Seek

Honorable Mention

Utah Driver License Practice Exam by Utah.Gov.

Early Stage Innovation

We Are Friends by Teaching It Right

Enterprise Software, Cloud and Big Data

HireVue Assessments by HireVue
IdentityDetect™ by Converus, Inc.
IoT Transparency Platform by RoviTracker Inc.
UNIFY by inWhatLanguage

Life Science - BioTech

ProLung Test by ProLung, Inc.

Early Stage Innovation

Targeting ACVR1 Mutations in DIPG with TP-0184 by Tolero Pharmaceuticals

Life Science – Medical Device

Cartesse by Rosivo
Celeste Specialized Phototherapy for Parkinson's Disease by PhotoPharmics, Inc.
OpenSight Augmented Reality System by Novarad

Early Stage Innovation

SondeFlux™ by RefloDX, LLC

Mechanical Systems / Chemical / Manufacturing

Energy-Efficient low-cost titanium production method by The University of Utah/ Blacksand Technology LLC
Computational Simulation of Airbag Inflators + Systems by Autoliv

Early Stage Innovation

Clean Ammonia by University of Utah

Outdoor and Consumer Products

All-In-One Sensor by Novi Security
Cairn XL by Lander
Indigo Tactical Line of Products by Indigo Industries
Fiber- X by Mercury Wheels

Community Innovation Award

Spark Technology Project by Brainstorm
Philanthropy Cloud by United Way of Salt Lake"


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