On Monday October 19, Enterprise Co-op students pitched their ventures to a panel of judges to win four awards of $5,000. Each competing student had five minutes to pitch, sharing their vision for their business as well as their accomplishments so far in the term.
Four winners were chosen based on their pitches:
Melvin Ng, 3B Computer Engineering
Bin Metrics brings the logistics of physical collection into the 21st century. Using real-time analytic and data mining to optimize collection networks, we aim to increase the efficiency of our industry partners.
Bin Metrics' proprietary distributed sensor network gives businesses the insights they need to grow their network at a significantly increased pace, while saving time and physical resources in the process.
Andrew Leest, 4A Kinesiology
Chasr Athletics aims to create smart athletic cones that provide automatic time and pacing data to athletes and coaches during training. This system allows athletes and coaches to focus on performance while also increasing motivation and saving time through ease of use.
Jack Liu, 4A Mechanical Engineering
Babylon VR is creating a virtual reality platform for architects, designers, and engineers to showcase their 3D project in one to one scale. With this, buildings can be designed with more emphasis on user experience, leading to fewer design mistakes and happier customers.
Motaz Al-Asshab, 4A Management Engineering
OptiGrid is an energy management solution for residential owners of solar photovoltaic systems. OptiGrid uses advanced mathematical models to optimize the flow of renewable energy in order to minimize the user's electricity costs.
Congratulations to all winners!