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THE 2023 EDDIES SHOWCASE

The Final, and only Live Judging part of each year's EDDIES, the Showcase is an exciting, highly anticipated, and thoroughly inspiring event that brings together the region’s innovators, forward thinkers and change makers.

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THE 2023 EDDIES SHOWCASE
THE 2023 EDDIES SHOWCASE

Time & Location

Oct 04, 2023, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Boston, 155 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA 02210, USA

About the event

A fun, inspirational night, convening startups, investors, strategic partners, state and academia. 

Mr. Peter Milano, Director of Strategy and Business Development of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will deliver the Welcome Address.

The 2023 Cohort presenting and demonstrating technologies at the Showcase includes: 

CLEANTECH

3D Architech: low-cost   proprietary 3D (gel-based) printing technology that improves design   flexibility, sustainability, and versatility of metal manufacturing.

Guardian Agriculture: the   only autonomous, electric aerial crop detection systems designed specifically   for large scale agriculture.

rStream: AI-guided technologies to separate waste in non-industrial   settings, like universities, stadiums, and rural areas.

DEEPTECH

GiwoTech: revolutionary   AI simulating the 3D structure and function of viruses and generating their   digital twin, which can be used to destruct the virus.

Piction Health: virtual, first dermatology practice now accepting new   patients in MA; it utilizes AI to enable dermatologists to manage 15X more   patients.

Tatum Robotics:  anthropomorphic   robotic system for tactile sign languages—the primary and often only   communication method of millions of DeafBlind individuals.

Zepsor: zero-power sensors, that know when to use battery, thus extending their lifetime and   minimizing the need for battery replacement.

HEALTHY LIVING

20/20 onsite: expanding access to vision care for all, by bringing eye   care directly to patients through a fleet of mobile clinics - from primary   care to decentralized clinical trials.

RT MicroDX:  the   first over-the-counter molecular test for strep that can be administered from   the comfort of one's home.

Smart Hygiene: Enabling seniors, the disabled, and patients use the   bathroom independently, safely, and with dignity.

HEALTH TECH

Audiance: solid   state battery for implantable medical devices; the first application is in a fully internal cochlear   implant (FICI).

OrthoKinetic Track: AI-based   wearable device for tracking joint kinematics and muscle activity of patients   with joint disorders or injuries.

Venova Technologies: novel non-hormonal female contraceptive device designed to   be long-acting and side-effect-free.

MEDICAL DEVICES

Intelon Optics: Optical   scanner system enabling non-invasive, next generation point-by-point   biomechanical imaging of living tissue and cell structures in eye care and   fertility.

Perzeption: rapid,   self-administered, AI-guided, vision diagnostics.

MINORITY-OWNED

ElectionBridge:  civic   network platform empowering nonprofits to reshape their interaction with government   and revolutionize member-driven civic engagement for greater community   impact.

Juli:  AI-enabled   chronic condition management platform that engages patients to power their   health while offering healthcare providers insights from sub-episodic health   data.

WhoozCooking: platform   offering home-cooked meals from around the world, and with a choice from a   wide variety of cooks .

SMART LIVING

Pedi-U: revolutionizing   the pediatric hospital experience through treatment gamification, and virtual   patient-bridge connections.

SaluTemp: temperature-sensing   device that will provide patients with alerts as well as drug facts, enabling   them to safely store and use their medications.

StrongerTrees:  a   feeding or IV bag holder that gives its users autonomy in movement and   discretion in the form of a funky looking accessory.

PrescripTime: (not   competing) WPI student team with a novel technology to   help users remember their medications through a locking, timed prescription   cap that connects to a phone app and provides alerts when the medication   needs to be taken.

Tickets

  • GENERAL PASS

    Access to Pitches, Exhibits plus Dinner

    $55.00
    +$1.38 service fee

Total

$0.00

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