Carbon Flow is a mobile app devised to track a user's carbon emissions and is tailored to give advice that allows anyone to support the environment in the way that best suits them. It is a carbon emission tracking utility with a clear and engaging dynamic interface.
Anthos is a smart plant pot that helps consumers look after their plants and gives them the best possible environment to thrive in.
Kradle is an innovative baby monitor that can aid in giving parents peace of mind by monitoring the baby's activities and sending notifications to parents’ phones using movement, video and heart rate data.
Once again the addition of the Engineers in Business competition to our innovation competition brings both kudos and a tangible incentive for our engineering students to really consider how their innovative ideas can go beyond the classroom and be presented as a business case for real-world application.
Kat Mack, Student Enterprise Manager, University of Surrey
The EIBC competition is a fantastic opportunity for our students to develop entrepreneurial skills and transferable competencies which are essential in the workplace. It links particularly well with the Enterprise Project our Electrical & Electronic Engineering students work on during their second. The financial support from EIBC is invaluable in providing additional recognition and opportunities for our students who are keen to take their concept further.
Jean-Yves Guillemaut, Senior Lecturer in Three Dimensional Computer Vision, University of Surrey