Honeycomb is a network of smart locker systems to store and charge e-scooters; a mobile app allows consumers to locate a locker nearby and track charging.
TUTTI a web and app-based platform dedicated to seamless orchestra management.
POSTURECT is a device that continually tracks the user’s posture, feeds data to the app and provides updates and alerts to the user.
NO-STOP-SHOP is a seamless ‘no stop’ shopping platform for in-store retail: electronic price-tags, scanning and payment.
CLIMATISE is a smart phone app that enables individuals to track carbon emissions with minimal input and high accuracy; ability to offset emission with donations.
4Site is a solution to combat anxiety in elderly drivers. A lightweight headset worn by drivers identifies potential driving hazards using augmented reality.
The Engineers in Business Fellowship prize fund was a wonderful complement to the course work. The Engineers in Business prize fund incentivised students to put in extra work. The academic team saw this reflected in great outcomes. Students were motivated, produced well-designed pitches and rigorously tested their entrepreneurial ideas. Despite the pandemic conditions, students remained energised, in part due to the competitive nature of the prize fund. Further, it made our students aware that there is a career path for them in entrepreneurship and that significant support exists to catalyse their entrepreneurial journey.
Tim Weiss, Module Leader, BPES Entrepreneurship
Imperial College Business School