CollMot is a startup providing aerial drone services. They have mainly worked in the entertainment industry with their intelligent drones (e.g: providing drone light shows and drone-launched fireworks) up until now. Their aim is that the possibilities provided by drone swarms should be used in the fields of agriculture, environmental issues, industrial measurements or any other useful public service.
Orsolya Doricsák, Gábor Vásárhelyi, Tamás Nepusz, Gergő Somorjai, Gergő Somorjai
FabriXense is a startup introducing a novel approach for intelligent wearables used for medical workwear. Their smart clothes can measure biomedical parameters (heartbeat rhythm, breathing, oximetry and blood pressure) without getting in contact with the skin. The company’s aim is to help monitoring pregnancy and the fetus from the ovulation period, through the childbearing and after giving birth.
Ronen Rozenshtein, Prof. Zeev Zalevsky
GlovEye is a tiny, portable and affordable device, helping the blind and partially sighted by converting printed text to Braille. The product is similar to a glove, with a special Braille cell inserted in it. The users only have to slide their index finger on the text and the device translates it in real time.
Ábel Csathó, Ádám Fülöp, Krisztián Klinkó, Péter Szombathelyi Péter Szombathelyi
Learn IT provides curricula for teachers to help them organise coding clubs, workshops and daycare camps for children in the ages between 9-16. Their target group is not only the parents, but also the private and state schools.
Linda Sinka, Elina Ingelande
Nold Technologies is a software and hardware developing startup specialized in smart homes.
Their first product Nold Open is a Bluetooth based device controller, working with their own cloud interface. The problem they solve is reducing the number of traditional keys, access cards, remotes hold by one person and the unpleasantness coming with it, such as sharing access or batteries running out easily.
Ervin Barna, Győző Vidor, László Babály, Péter Viszt, Gergely Bozsó, Csaba Kovács, András Sütő, Judit Hári
StudyX is a training service backing up companies so that their users could reach the online and offline courses on their own devices, turning them into personalised micro courses. This way they can nourish commitment for the courses amongst the employees.
Maxim Prikhodko, Oleksandr Shramenko
The team of Aeriu automates logistics processes by drones thus accelerating work phases and decreasing the risk of accidents. The settings of the drones can be personalized to the client’s needs, the tool forwards the scanned data immediately and helps assessing the supply.
Ádám Mokcsay, László Szili, Gergely Ellenrieder
GetSkilled is going to be a personalized professional feed with the most relevant & authentic recommendations possible of online contents, learning opportunities, events and later on with job opportunities in order to make the career development faster & more efficient. The MVP will target technology workers, especially developers; the (closed) beta will be launched during the spring of 2018.
Gábor Kaizer, Bettina Tigyi, Krisztián Kaizer
The aim of Lettuce grow is to reduce food waste by recycling fruits and vegetables that cannot be sold in shops. They connect farmers and smallholders with low-income families who then produce the goods. The products can be bought in the cooperating shops and online.
Daniel Lind, Paulo Almeida, Alexandra Roth De Albuquerque
Nativa VR reforms meditation through its games based on virtual reality/augmented reality. Their solution provides help for the users in determining their life goals. The timeliness of the trend is apparent as people dedicate more and more time to their mental health with the least effort possible.
Ivan Grifi, Nataliya Komyak
Plenuum provides instant and continuous employee feedback tailored to the needs of the younger generations. The users can send quality feedback to each other, can request feedback from their colleagues and can search those on a mobile and a web platform as well. Their goal is to eliminate the lack of personalized performance evaluation required by young employees.
Andreas Rabenseifner, Helga Császár, Norbert Kiss
Supp.li simplifies communication between food producers and buyers, and makes the supply chain more efficient by an easy-to-use online platform thus stimulating trade. The clients can have direct contact with the suppliers and they can submit their wish list through the website and thereby can buy products otherwise unavailable.
Zsolt Balog, Mikolaj Wroblewski, Lukasz Potepa, Tamás Soós
Zyntern.com provides a new generation job advertising platform to the Y and Z generation that helps the target group in reaching the ads most suitable for them. The website provides quick and easy feedback and it helps the employers in contacting the target group.
Attila Balogi, Tamás Barathi, Mirtill Megyeri
Blackbox is an application that aids verbal agreements. The agreements are stored online, and can be easily accessed by both parties. The written agreements are stored with high encryption, and the signatures prepared with this technology are accepted by the courts.
Imre Kálomista, János Gelléri
The founder of the Celeni brand designs clothing and fashion accessories for intellectual women. A mark of the team’s outstanding success is that they won the right to design the Hungarian Paralympics team uniforms in 2016.
With the aid of Codeberry, we can learn the basics of programming and web development and we can find work in fields related to info-communication. Their course is fully online and automated, so students can progress in their own pace.
László Békéssy, Ádám Freisinger
The uniqueness of Developen writing instruments lies in their form; their effect in aiding and easing writing is ensured by the positioning of the fingers and the hand. The special, stylish writing instruments make writing more comfortable for those who have no declared writing problems, and are a true blessing and lasting solution for those who suffer from the stress of everyday writing.
Ákos Bagó, Ágnes Mideczki
The goal of the Edukado team is to supplement printed textbooks with digital content. The online editing platform would make digital product development cheaper and easier for publishers. As a result of analysis of the content, future editions would provide solutions to real problems of students.
András Kapuvári, Soma Deáki
EVA (Extended Visual Assistant) is a pair of smart-glasses that can be connected to a mobile phone in order to aid the blind and visually impaired. With the use of artificial intelligence it can recognize objects in its vicinity, texts, banknotes and other signs, signals, which are then communicated to the wearer verbally, through a bone conduction microphone. EVA helps orientation; it can memorize and recall routes, and can simplify communication by reading and writing e-mails for the user.
Krisztián Imre, Szilvia Walter, Dávid Fekete
The aim of the website is to help parents finding emergency and non-emergency child care facilities and professionals in an easy & fast way. Besides providing contact information, it is a useful guide regarding what to do in these situations.
This is a social networking application focusing on the great outdoors. It not only promotes active recreation, but also domestic tourism, as well as a healthy lifestyle. The goal is to develop an international platform that would connect tourists around the world, so that they can share their experiences and favorite routes.
Ágnes Kecskés D., Jamie Murphy
Industreal is a professional creative implementation and design studio. They seek answers to complex and unique design problems that serve both architects and clients. They work on interiors and installations, unique solutions and products that are both functional and artistic at the same time.
The online service targets HR professionals and companies, and provides an opportunity for online interviews, as a result of which the recruitment process can be more effective. Companies looking for employees can publish their questions online, to which the candidates can provide an answer in a video message response.
Péter Malatinszky, Aurélien Vabre, Kevin Roda, Quentin Delsante
The brand established by Kata Szegedi is an innovative modern label for women who consider it important to express their uniqueness every day. Kata draws her inspiration from contemporary art, she experiments with using self-developed materials.
Kuvik is an educational kit developed for students that rethinks the usual framework and aims to take a creative approach to introduce children to the basics of mathematics and reading. The mission of the team is to revolutionize Hungarian and international primary education.
Laborom is an application for organizing lab test results and aiding patients. With its help, we can track changes in our lab test results, manage our medications and set reminders for them. We save where, when, and what type of examinations we had, and when we should schedule our next doctor’s appointment.
Levente Szász, Botond Bálint, Steve Sudy
MagikMe brings together people who our world generally separates. The team is developing playground equipment where disabled and able-bodied children can play together without the need for wheelchairs. This is the first equipment of its kind in the world. MagikMe provides an innovative experience for all members of local communities, regardless of their age or abilities.
Eszter Harsányi, Fruzsina Élő, Olivér Sas
By creating an “Openmondo website”, local residents of a city can become experts, curating interesting touristic points on their own websites. In order to create the site, no special technical or design knowledge is required. Furthermore, the website can generate revenues through the engagement of local businesses.
Matteo Bormetti, Monica Bormetti
PLATIO (formerly: FUTI) is an innovative paving material that produces energy from solar radiation as well as from the steps of pedestrians. The prototype was completed in 2015, and the opportunity for testings took place in different public squares in Budapest throughout 2016.
Imre Sziszák, Miklós Ilyés, József Cseh
The Route4U application aids in the transit of handicapped people. The map displays handicap-accessible restaurants, stores, coffee shops, parking garages, and other places as well as sidewalk data. The application collects data with the help of users’ mobile phones during the journey, in order to provide the most up-to-date picture of city transport and serves as a route planner.
Tibor Dobai, Tamás Székely, Péter Bodó
Roxxare.com is an online platform that connects League of Legends computer game players. The startup offers real-time personal trainers for players, who can develop their abilities based on fast feedback.
Norbert Berényi, Viktor Márton
StyleTracker is a venture service company operating within the intersection of fashion and technology, offering a new approach to e-commerce with tools which enable industry players (brands, retailers, resellers, influencers) to implement valuable big data and next level sales and marketing strategies based on consumer behaviour and product usage habits. It focuses on a yet undiscovered territory which answers to one of the most important questions of the fashion industry: When do the Customers wear what, how and why? And how can Brands keep track of what happens with their products after they're purchased? StyleTracker would like to differentiate their approach and business model from the traditional e-commerce solutions by defining a new phrase: w-commerce.
Bence Ivancsics, Gábor Gönci
YKRA makes backpacks and accessories characteristic of the styles of the 1970’s for colorful personalities and dreamers. This significant product distinguishes its wearer from far away.
DO3D develops affordable, dependable professional quality 3D printers as well as the related innovative biocompatible material. Their main advantages compared to their competitors a favourable price-to-value ratio, and a modular, customizable design.
Márton Bartos, Tamás Liszkai, Katalin Kauzli
The *dori tomcsanyi* contemporary womenswear fashion label was launched by Dóri Tomcsányi in 2012. “Effortless elegance and a bit of arrogance” is how Dóri describes her own label. Dori works with unique prints and color combinations, with humor recurring as a key element of her pieces. The countless ways design can play with uniformity represent the label’s main characteristics.
Paprikum is a top shelf design object for the kitchen, which can be used to create exciting spice blends. The spice mill’s steel ball mechanism is exceptionally efficient and capable of forceful grinding. The tool is easy to use, small and ergonomic, but is, at the same time, capable of grinding a granite pebble into dust.
Studio Nomad, founded in 2011 is a design studio and creative collective. Its goal is to showcase the beauty of simplicity in structures and materials. The team is mainly present on the local market with installations and participates in architectural projects, while designing unique furniture for international markets.
Bence Pásztor, Soma Pongor, Dávid Tarcali
Anna Daubner is a label based on a contemporary female concept. The label combines minimalism with playfulness and modern elegance. One of the biggest successes of the label until now was that its designer was shortlisted among the best 50 applicants at the Muuse x Vogue Young Talents competition - the only Hungarian designer to receive the honor.
The DroneIQ team developed software that helps saving lives following natural disasters. The platform collects and sorts data from different rescue teams, making the recovery efforts much more effective and fast. They have access to pictures, video, maps and 3D models of the affected area. This in turn speeds up the rebuilding and insurance processes as well, providing clear data to the relevant institutions involved in the aftermath of such a disaster.
Hard Body Hang’s main operations center around the production of outdoor and indoor sports equipment. They created their first prototype, to be used in body weight training, in 2013.
Szabolcs Csepregi, Tamás Erdélyi
This is the largest Hungarian online platform, connecting tens of thousands of neighbors with one another. Its online interface facilitates meeting neighbors and the direct exchange of everyday goods and services within a given district or city. One of the missions of the company is to reduce urban loneliness, while also increasing sustainability of towns through more efficient use of everyday goods.
Gáspár Horváth, Dávid Szabó
Plié by Atelier
Plié by Atelier is an experimental workshop founded in 2012 by the atelierarchitects creative architecture studio, and its two founders. All of their works are defined by their unique and innovative perspective.
Gergely Kiss-Gál, Zsuzsanna Kiss-Gál
The POSITION Collective brand was founded in 2009 in the form of an online design platform featuring outstanding local and international projects in design and applied arts in the broader sense. e. Their first independent furniture collection appeared in early 2010, and was widely acclaimed by experts. It is a characteristically Hungarian, clean-cut and functional successful design brand in touch with international trends, reinforced by a design mindset founded in cultural heritage.
Bence Simonfalvi, Attila Kertész
Of definitive importance for the label: channeling the spirit of current times and ensuring prominent roles for handcraft techniques and unique detailing in each of their seasonal collections. They achieved their first success in 2011, winning the Fashion Issue special award at that year’s Gombold újra! competition as well as the international Young Creative Chevrolet competition.
Anett Gálvölgyi, Anna Zsófia Kormos, Márton Miovác