Genetic testing centres are selling your DNA to pharma majors to conduct drug development research without your knowledge and the latter is making big bucks. Shivom is working to change that narrative by granting you complete access to your DNA and helping you monetise it.
In an era where technology has made healthcare easier, faster, and cheaper, maternal healthcare is still expensive and riddled with issues. Arun Agarwal’s low-cost portable device which measures fetal heart rate and uterine contractions is the need of the hour.
Braille has been a fundamental tool for the blind in terms of literacy, employment and independence. Annie, a self teaching Braille device, is empowering by visually impaired by helping them learn Braille by themselves through interactive content.
Inito’s device monitors people’s health, tracks women’s ovulation cycle and give them medical guidance through an AI-app and removes the burden of frequently visiting clinics and hospitals.
A personal revelation motivated Sarvesh Shashi to transform people’s lives and help them understand the importance of mental wellbeing. Sarva’s unique yoga forms are today practiced among 55,000 customers, including fitness enthusiast Malaika Arora and Jennifer Lopez.
An IoT-powered smart garbage bin will now be able to detect when the bins are about to completely fill and notify citizens and sanitation workers. Apart from configuring an existing bin with the technology, the startup provides its own built-in IoT powered bins.
Water-borne diseases appear to be a quintessential problem in the country. A simple solution lies in cleaning large water bodies, which are breeding grounds of mosquitoes. Using AI, IoT and drones, Marut Drones is tackling mosquito menace in a smart way.
Spoonshot uses food science, machine learning and a repository of vast data on food to predict food combinations for FMCG companies. By combining food science and machine learning to predict flavor combination trends, it aims to give companies an early-stage innovation product.
Cook stove may not be the ideal product to innovate, but Hari Rao clearly saw an opportunity. Despite challenges, Rao had the fire in his belly to start Agnisumukh, a biogas-based automated cooking equipment that saves more than 30% gas fuels.
With climate change approaching faster than expected, the Seattle-based retail giant Amazon is trying to be on the right side of the narrative in its fastest growing marketplace – India. It is now taking certain measures, including sustainable packaging, to contribute towards a greener environment.
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