The project winners of the last edition of Pasion>ieThe winning projects will be provided with the necessary support and networking to be able to evolve, in addition to receiving other prizes such as vouchers exchangeable for products or services, specific training courses for startups, personalised legal advice, preferential tickets for sporting events or the use of coworking spaces.
The following criteria were used to select the winners:
- Degree of innovation of the project presented to the competition and arguments that demonstrate the value of the project and its capacity to be materialised.
- Viability of the project within the context of the city, healthcare and commercial distribution of the future.
- Social and economic impact of its implementation.
- Capacity and experience of the team to develop the proposal.
The winning projects of this 5th edition are:
City of the Future category: Plactherm
Plactherm's technology can be used to define a distributed radiant heating system with smart tiles that can be used to control and manage the temperature in each room or area defined by the user inside a home or workplace, saving over 30% on energy consumption. Ferrovial is currently collaborating with Plactherm in the definition of the pilot project that will be implemented and validate their technology.
Healthcare of the Future category: Securykid
This solution is designed with a Bluetooth 4.0 bracelet connected to an App that can be used to look after children in crowded places (shopping centres, parks, avenues, beaches, etc.) and it offers invaluable information about the health of children. Not only does it detect when they are far away from their caretaker but also, for example, if they jump into water or are under excessive exposure to sunlight.
Commercial Distribution of the Future category Entrenar.me
A platform with over 4,000 personal trainers of any sport, throughout Spain, with international presence in Chile and Colombia. It allows users to compare, choose and hire a personal trainer. It already has over 10,000 opinions/assessments of the platform's users.The startup Emotion Research Lab deserves special mention, since its facial recognition software can measure emotions in real time and helps understand the behaviour of the consumer better. Airports and trains are an example of places in which this technology could be very positive, since it can identify new market niches, customise offers or measure the degree of satisfaction of customers.