Projects selected

The projects selected to participate in CRAASH Barcelona 2019 are:

  • Smart Flora

    Project from start-up Smart Flora aimed to alleviate gut symptoms through personalized, science-based food and supplement plans. Through the Smart Flora app or website, users receive a probiotic recommendation based on customer information, and a list of foods to eat and stay away from along with meal recommendations based on their microbiome profile.

  • NeedleSafe

    Technology from Universitat Pompeu Fabra able to avoid the risk of infections after biopsy procedures, based on electrically releasing silver ions from a silver coating on the biopsy needle.

  • Aniling

    Proprietary, first-in-class solution from start-up Aniling, that enables simultaneous genome and epigenome analysis for research and clinical use to advance personalized medicine.

  • Colonyzer

    Flomics Biotech’ blood-based diagnostic tool combines circulating RNA profiling with machine learning algorithms to bring a much-needed revolution in the diagnosis of complex diseases.

  • Smiletronix

    Project from start-up Smiletronix that combines the latest IoT and AI techniques to create a solution that allows users to regularly and affordably complete dental health diagnostics in the comfort of their own homes.

  • Nima

    Project from Charite University Hospital (Berlin) to develop efficient, high-quality surgical knots without specialist training. Nima helps minimize patient risk and enables medical personnel in and outside the operating theatre.

  • SeizeIT

    Project from UCB Pharma to develop a multimodal wearable, clinically accurate seizure detection working 24/7. The prototype captures the majority of clinically meaningful seizures,  in non-stigmatizing form factor (behind the ear).

  • Levitate Medical

    A laparoscopic surgical device that can treat Pelvic Organ Prolapse in a safer more effective way. The Device allows surgeons to perform a minimally invasive, mesh-free procedure which solves all design requirements.

  • Luminate Medical

    Novel solution, emerged from NUI Galway, to end hair loss in chemotherapy using a portable and comfortable electrical device that eliminates pain, waiting lists and infection risk.

  • Fine Birth

    Project from start-up Innitius to develop a device which can diagnoses in real time the false threatened preterm labor (PTL) cases with a low-cost test.

 

Previous editions:

  • Biel Smartgaze

    Project from start-up Biel Glasses to develop electronic glasses that use computer vision and virtual reality to improve the sight of those with low vision, making them more self-sufficient.

  • ABLE (Assistive Biorobotic Low-cost Exoskeleton)

    Project from the Biomechanical Engineering Lab at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) with Institut Guttmann to develop a light, low-cost robotic exoskeleton to help patients with spinal injuries walk.

  • Funny Friends

    Project from company Vecmedical and Hospital Sant Joan de Déu to develop a respiratory rehabilitation system to allow children to play while doing exercise, obtaining data through online monitoring and improving adherence to treatment.

  • DeepStroke

    Project from start-up Methinks to make diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients faster and more precise with automatic analysis of neuroimaging using deep learning techniques.

  • QuantEmTool

    Project from the start-up B2Quant that offers a software service to automatize analysis of medical images by quantifying relevant biomarkers for monitoring neurological diseases.

  • ReMemory

    A project promoted by the Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa to develop a cognitive training program for people with mild cognitive impairment, based on life-logging captured by a wearable camera.

  • iBreve

    Project from the eponymous company to develop a wearable device to improve stress resilience by analyzing users’ breathing patterns with machine learning.

  • Pancreatic elastase non-invasive test to diagnose pancreatic insufficiency

    Project from the Institut Català d’Investigació Química (ICIQ) and Hospital Universitari Parc Taulí to improve quality of life for patients with pancreatic insufficiency, improving sensitivity and comfort of current diagnostic tools.