Website - http://www.d2hackchallenge.com/
Danone is keen on meeting students, startups, DEVS and entrepreneurs for it upcoming hackathon to tackle the problems of allergens presence, tummy's bowel activities detection, nutritional status tracking, and microbiome detection in infant development.
They are calling for all aspiring founders or students, international startups or teams of technologists who may have relevant skills or solutions to take part in the D²Hack by solving any of these 5 challenges:
Safe Serve - allergen detection technologies that alert parents about the potential presence of specific allergens.Tummy Tones - a technology that can track the bowel activities and sounds in a child's tummy.Nutri Know - a non-invasive technology that smartly and conveniently tracks nutritional status based on a child's food consumption or nutrient absoroption.Baby Biome - a sensor technology that helps identify early problems in baby's microbiome.Track Me - a solution that provides parents with one or more indicators about their baby's development.
What they are looking for:
Operating geography: Can commit to participating in the Hackathon @ Singapore Industry classification: AgnosticTechnology: Healthtech, Foodtech, IoT, Biotech, MedTech, Smart HomeBusiness Maturity: Early stage If you fit the above criteria and want to meet Danone at Echelon, simply answer a few questions below to sign up.
Partnership, mentorship, and up to $58,000 in prizes await winning startups.
*By signing up this form, you have consented to fast track for the D²Hack Challenge by Danone Nutricia Research