Startups - Cycle 9
Sahara iO is Pakistan's first robotics startup in healthcare. They are designing and developing robotic exoskeletons for patients of ankle and joint paralysis.
They integrate each school's curriculum with ICT through tablet sessions organized by their representatives. They plan to utilize the data they collect in developing a digital personal tutor for students.
Education Revolution (EDVON) is developing educational robots to teach robotics, programming, electronics and IOT related state-of-the-art technologies to school students in a fun and creative way.
Eye-Automate uses eye tracking to navigate a menu on the screen to help the handicapped in controlling things like wheelchairs, home lighting etc.
Project 50 Kids aims to increase critical and creative thinking in students by using technology as a tool meanwhile making them able to self-learn and hence, bridge the digital gap in the society causing economic hurdles
Pakistani Soghat shares the delightful experience of specialty foods, sweets and goods, traditionally famous and well-accepted throughout the country through an e-commerce platform.
Neurostic is trying to help doctors diagnose movement disorders by providing them with a decision support algorithm.
Journal Post is bringing interactive journalism by introducing an online news portal where the audience can not only get informed about the current affairs.