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La revista de TIC Americas 2017

TIC Americas 2017

Cancun, Mexico

Impact

  • 3,491 registered teams
  • 40 Countries
  • 30 Finalists from 17 countries

    WINNERS:

    Talent and Innovation

  • Team: MediPrint

    Country: Mexico


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    MediPrint is a company that provides high tech medical solutions, using 3D printing technologies. Our product, NovaCast, is a safer, lighter and more comfortable alternative to traditional casts. Its design permits proper ventilation, and empowers doctors for an adequate inspection. It’s personalized to every patient, and it’s applied easily and fast without exposing users to application mistakes. It’s more aesthetic, you can take showers while using it, and it doesn’t hurt the skin. It can be used not only for fractures, but sprains and dislocations, and it works on the recovery phase.

  • Team: VirtuRocks

    Country: República Dominicana


    Category: TIC Republica Dominicana



    VIRTU is a social business that uses the production and sale of textiles as a vehicle to improve the life quality of people working behind its products.

 

    Eco-Challenge

  • Team: Clevot

    Country: Mexico


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    Engineering device that innovates in technology that simplifies dry cleaning and sanitization in the industry to maximize its resources, reduce its impact in the environment and improves productivity.
  • Team: Xoxoc Cultivo Urbano

    Country: Mexico


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    We are local urban farmers in Mexico City. Our goal is to produce the highest quality greens in the market, by farming on top of unused industrial rooftops. By doing this we become an active carbon sink in one of the most polluted cities and we help mitigate actual carbon emissions caused by traffic.
  • Team: Fundación Eco-Inclusión

    Country: Argentina


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    EcoInclusion strives to solve the problem of plastic bottle waste by manufacturing ecological bricks that use recycled plastic as raw material. These bricks were developed by CEVE-Conicet and have received the Technical Aptitude Certificate. This scalable and replicable model aims to help society and the environment.

  • Team: Ciclo

    Country: Colombia


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    Ciclo generates environmental and social benefits through the massive collection of recyclable materials (PET containers, glass and cans) for reintegration into the economic cycle through the use of nationally developed (RVM) technology and an incentives system for users.
  • Team: Sistema de bombeo eólico de bajo costo

    Country: Nicaragua


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    Construction of low-cost wind farm equipment that benefits rural communities and helps rural women. The project off ers an alternative to tackle droughts and water scarcity. The project facilitates the use of land for agriculture throughout the year.

 

    Caribbean Innovation Competition

  • Team: Parental Driving Monitor

    Country: Trinidad and Tobago


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    The parental driving monitor app, is a powerful tool for parents and young drivers to be safer on roadways and develop better driving habits while providing comprehensive insights into the safety and well-being of their young drivers.
  • Team: Trinipedia

    Country: Trinidad and Tobago


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    Trinipedia is a wise little app that can see and recognize images and objects in the world around us, bringing them to life. Trinipedia is the new interface for our culture, enabling you to discover hidden content and interact with the world in a new and exciting way.