Asia Regional Finalists
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Tanah Airku: Tanah Airku is immersive learning media using books, AR, and VR to deliver a complete cultural learning experience for children from 1st to 3rd grade.
Seguro Droga: Our Android application lets patients scan a drug's RFID card to determine authenticity using Hyperledger Fabric on Azure VM, manage their drug purchases, and set filters for allergens.
EDVR: EDVR is a voice-controlled immersive VR experience for students with dyslexia enrolled in STEM education. EDVR aims to solve the problem of imparting STEM education for students with learning disability by enabling them to visualize, comprehend, and conceptualize.
Hong Kong SAR
Hollo: Hollo is a Social Technology Enterprise based in Hong Kong. We're developing a comprehensive tool for NGOs, therapists, and youth living with mental illness to advance therapy practices using technology such as Big Data and AI.
AI Composition System: Using AI, The Muse Artificial Intelligence Composer is a low-cost solution to create music for commercial use.
NUTONE: Our device restores the ability to speak for patients who have lost their voice (through reasons such as a laryngectomy).
FaceTag: Our solution to bottlenecked gateways in the daily commute: the entry and exit points at metro stations. FastTag tollways enable commuters to simply walk in, have their face scanned, and have the toll deducted automatically from their wallet.
Dr.Rehab: Dr.Rehab is a mobile application for real-time physiotherapy supervision through computer vision. Users can access the rehabilitation exercises assigned to them, follow guided instructions, and receive feedback while completing their exercises.
Tulibot: Tulibot is an integrated assistive device to bridge the communication gap for the deaf by providing a smart glove (gesture to text) and smart glasses (speech to text).
Vibra-Intellisense: Vibra-IntelliSense aims to help companies transition from traditional preventive maintenance to predictive maintenance through sensors. The sensors capture machine vibrations to detect anomalies and recommend maintenance efforts.
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Regional Final Prizes
The teams that advance to the Regional Final will win a trip to the Asia Regional Final event in Singapore and compete for the following:
- The top two teams will win USD8,000 cash, Azure credits, a trip to Seattle, and a spot in the World Championship.
- The three runner-up teams from each Regional Final win USD2,500 cash and Azure credits.
World Championship Prizing
The two top teams from the Regional Finals will advance to the World Championship in Seattle (date to be announced) and compete for the grand prize of USD100,000 cash, USD50,000 Azure credits, and a mentoring session with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Regional Finalists selected
Regional Finals in Singapore
World Championship, Seattle, USA
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