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StartupsVsCovid19
Selected startups

 

In the context of Covid-19, the Ministry of the Economy in collaboration with Luxinnovation launched a call-for-projects named "StartupsVsCovid19". This competition was aimed at selecting and supporting the best startups to develop innovative solutions to combat the health and economic crisis.
 
Over 300 startups responded to this call-for-projects, 15 of which have been selected and will receive financial support of up to €150,000 granted by the Ministry of the Economy.   
 
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Selected startups

A352
A352
Mobile application designed to help small and micro enterprises in the management of their finance thanks to artificial intelligence in a context of economic crisis.
2-6
AR Spectra
Mobile headsets equipped with thermal sensors and an augmented reality capability allowing detection of elevated skin temperatures and potential Covid contagion.
13
Coco World
Online study platform for secondary school students in Luxembourg (11-19 years old) allowing to arrange individual or group study sessions as well as to share knowledge and educational resources.
EmailTree AI
EmailTree AI
Solution to automate the processing and analysis of the level of urgency of messages (emails, online forms, instant messaging) sent to medical units and healthcare professionals in Luxembourg.
GlobeEye
GlobeEye
Mapping solution for the levels of polluting gases in the atmosphere, which are aggravating factors in the mortality of people affected by Covid-19, through the use of satellite data and other remote sensors.
GroupLunch Luxembourg
GroupLunch Luxembourg
Online platform allowing to deliver commodity products to private customers at home from many small businesses heavily impacted by containment measures as well as from restaurants.
Keymitt
Keymitt
Mobile application allowing to check remotely the respect of the protection measures against Covid-19 in a building, in particular concerning the maximum number of authorized persons, and also to control the switching on and off of lights or electrical hardware.
12-2
Mu Design
Integration of an ultraviolet irradiation system into door handles to allow self and germicidal sanitising of these objects which are a very common vector of contamination.
Shawbe
Shawbe
Mobile application allowing to create virtual queues to help restaurants enforce social distancing rules.
Softbrik
Softbrik
Digital assistant allowing doctors to maintain frequent contact with their patients, especially in relation to the early symptoms of Covid-19, thanks to a voice messaging system combined with artificial intelligence.
4-2
Sovi
Application to improve communication between Covid-19 patients intubated in intensive care and caregivers, thanks to a technology combining artificial voice and a pictogram system.
Stampify
Stampify
Online platform fully compliant with the Luxembourg legal framework allowing to automate decision-making processes, including remote document signing, within organisations.
UFT
UFT
Smart dispatching system of the emergency assistance that optimises and coordinates ambulance routes and automatically schedules vehicle disinfection following interventions related to Covid-19 cases.
7-2
Vagalum
Online learning platform tailored to school programmes to support remotely schools in the follow-up and monitoring of their students during the containment period.
Virtual Rangers
Virtual Rangers
Virtual reality-based training platform providing training to health staff about the appropriate care gestures for Covid-19 patients. The platform combines theory and practice taking the specificity of each patient into account.
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