Innovation is driven by women and men in companies, universities or at home. Innovation needs talent, know-how, financial resources, but also networks, ecosystems and experiences. With the i4Challenge “New Ideas” accelerator program based in the Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area – Jura site, we support six innovative projects with an individual and collective program. In this context, we propose this session between the actors of the Jura ecosystem and these project leaders – new entrepreneurs. They need contacts, experiences, advice… and you!
45 minutes to discover six projects: Discover the winners of the first i4Challenge “New Ideas” acceleration program:
- Technical writer, terminologist and technical translator Yvette Allimann from Glovelier turns tedious user manuals into entertaining, easy-to-read and always up-to-date serious games with a reading and comprehension check.
- Diego Gladig and Benno Staub convinced the jury with their project Gossik: the personal digital assistant uses AI to harmonize the agenda and the to-do list with individual routine tasks.
- MicroLean Lab is pursuing the goal of an autonomous, connected and freely configurable micro-factory. This is a project developed by Florian Serex at the Haute École Arc Ingénierie, in which the structure of the Swiss industrial landscape plays an important role.
- BeWear founders Verena Ziegler and Frauke Link offer the first AI technology solution that allows fashion collections to be individually tailored using 3D body scanning technology.
- SwissCapCharger, developed by Charles Rippert, is a supercapacitor solution for energy storage that replaces the chemical batteries used today to preserve natural resources and ecosystems.
- Mylagro, Hernan Gomez’s project, is a digital platform that directly connects farmers with customers (restaurants and/or consumers).
The presentations will be in French or English depending on the entrepreneur.