Sunday April 10th, was the ending day of 48-hour hack for NET Patient Accelerator hackathon by Ipsen, pharmaceutical group and worldwide leader in NET treatment.
Under the shining sun, participants were living their last programming hours….minutes…secondes. At 3pm, code was over. They had to demonstrate what they have, whatever that was.
So, as on Friday night, we find ourselves again all regrouped in the conference room at the Zalthabar. We watched finalists present their final prototype/POC in 3 minutes, followed by a 2-minute Q&A with the jury. The
most exciting moment of the weekend!
The grand jury was composed of : Dr Bénédicte Duclos, Julie Thébaut-Queyroi and Stéphane Simon from Ipsen ; Denise Silber, Guillaume Marchand and Chanfi Maoulida, professionnals from the e-health sector ; and Christine Rodien-Louw from APTED, a patients association.
23 projects, 14 hacker projects and 9 startups projects and 2 hours later…, it was time to select the 4 winners that will go on to the accelerator.
First thanks to the grand jury, thanks to all participants for their great energy and the effort they put in during the weekend! Drumrolls…
Hacker winners :
ZebriA : IA assistant to help patients and doctors.
Diappnose : Application helping to gather data patient to improve diagnostic.
Startup winners :
My Robotics : We are a group of gentlemen making awesome medical products for electrogustometry.
Bress : Enabling digital healthcare everywhere, healthcare e-expertise platform.
The Accelerator starts this week. Winners will have an accelerator tailored to their need, availability. The goal is to raise funds on the demo day. So let’s meet on June 15th to see their BETA version.
You can take a look at the pictures HERE.
Thank you all, and see you soon.