Top Teams from Arab Innovation Academy 2019
The Arab Innovation Academy is proud to present the top teams of the 2019 program.
Seeing students developing the skills and confidence needed to develop startups ideas from scratch and learn to create unique value in the world of Entrepreneurship and Innovation is most rewarding and we believe every participant in this program is a winner.
Top Teams from AIA 19
1st place – Salamat-e
A mobile app connected to the GBS that will provide information about prevention and vaccination needed for epidemic diseases in the region of the travel destination. By using simple and universal emotion to spread awareness and therapy.
AWARD: Expedited interview with Alchemist Accelerator + HAG Consulting Accelerator Program + Article for Global Reach in European Innovation Academy network
- Bashar Shawar – Palestine Polytechnic University
- Chaimae El Mahdaoui – Mohammed 6 University of Health Sciences
- Polina Ladchenko – HSE
- Tareq Osman Babiker – Al Neelain University
- Yafa Abd ALRahim – Birzeit University
2nd place – Fly Stories
The Arab worlds reading skills suffer due to the lack of interaction between Arab readers & writers of children stories, which affects the Arabic culture especially, the future generations. So, the idea is an exchange of writing and reading new kids stories.
Targeting writers of all levels and children themselves, as our readers are 6 to 15 years old. In short, it’s a platform for new children short stories, to enjoy & improve children’s Arabic reading skills.
AWARD: HAG Consulting Accelerator Program + Article for Global Reach in European Innovation Academy network
- Aboubakr Aqle – Hamad Bin Khalifa University
- Ghadeer Abuoda – Hamad Bin Khaliefa Univeristy
- Jalila Rashid Al Sharqi – Sultan Qaboos University
- Omer Abad – HBKU
- Tasneem Ismail – Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
3rd place (shared) – EyeTalk
There are many disabled people who are not able to control their body parts – except their eyes. So, to support them, a software-hardware system can be developed that allows them to communicate only via their eyes.
The main purpose of this human-computer interaction system is to augment communication abilities for people who have several disabilities by using simply their eye blinking.
AWARD: HAG Consulting Accelerator Program
- Abdelkader Keddar – Abou Bakr Belkaid University
- Abdullah Abdulwakil – Istanbul University
- Doğukan Aksu – Istanbul University
- Samia Cherifi – Abou Bekr Balkaid University of Tlemcen
- Shaikha Alsubaey – Qatar University
3rd PLACE (shared) – WheelsOnClick
This is a platform that allows users to rent their car.
First of all, anyone with an unutilized car can offer it for rent. By that, any person who is in need of a car can take it via that platform.
AWARD: HAG Consulting Accelerator Program
- Abhimanyu Saini – Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
- Fathalrhman Adam – Al-Neelain University
- Garima Natani – Indian Institute of Technology Bombay India
- Omaiyma Hilal Alkathiri – Ibri College
- Wisal Ahmed Khatir Bakhat – Alzaiem Alazhari
Arab Innovation Academy | Top Teams
Grinnovation – Recycling segregated waste into useful and efficient resources.
AquAI – To keep up with the increasing demands of freshwater supply, we have stagnated in cost and performance. The current technology in the industry requires a huge amount of energy as well in the industrial process.
Due to human involvement, delays in response can lead to overstress and reduce the lifetime of process equipment. So, Artificial Intelligence can play a pivotal role in making society’s current desalination infrastructure more cost-effective, energy efficient and ultimately, better equipped to self-adapt and self-optimize to the inevitable variability of process conditions.
VV – (Viridi Vastum) Food is wasted in considerable amounts in the State of Qatar. It’s thrown into the trash, that accumulates and leads to carbon emissions, which are harmful to the environment. So, in order for us to comply with Qatar’s National Vision 2030 of transforming the state into an advanced society capable of achieving sustainable development, we are contributing to a sustainable future by removing organic waste from landfills and returning it to the soil.
Needee – An app that helps resell used school and non-school books as well as borrow and rent them.
PrintLe – Solving the lack of interaction between clients and service providers in Qatar’s printing sector. So, this results in preventing customers from wasting their time and money with no quality assurance.
StonEF – A lot of industrial waste is dropped in the land and pollutes the groundwater. In contrast, there is a high demand for natural stone, which we might not have any more in the coming years. Therefore, StonEF aims to fix this problem.
WeCare – Diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental illnesses via a mobile application while protecting their identities.
Needee – It’s an app that helps resell used school and non-school books as well as borrow and rent them. Certainly a great solution for those who can’t afford it.
Play to Learn! – We create a game to help people study. So, for example, in economics, you would start with a small village and farms to learn basic economic concepts. Then it would grow into town with more complex tasks. In the end, there will be a simulation.
StonEF – A lot of industrial waste dropped in the land and pollutes the groundwater. On the other hand, there is a high demand for natural stone, which we might not have any more in the coming years. Therefore, StonEF aims to fix this problem.
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