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WARAGAMI

1st prize

Country of deployment

Jordan

Category

Education

WARAGAMI is the first company in the Middle East that’s specialized in paper art “Origami & Quilling”, we offer different kits with all the necessary tools, materials and guidebook enabling you to create your own paper art. Our kits are available in different themes and levels with a bilingual Arabic/English guidebook that built on the road-mind maps. We are passionate about paper art and aim to spread this art and its culture in the Middle East.

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360Moms

2nd prize

Country of deployment

Jordan

Category

Other

A fresh and authentic approach to empower moms over their parenting decisions, to help them take care of themselves, to connect them, to inspire them, and all that will reflect directly on raising a better generation in the future: more compassionate, more educated, and smarter. We do that through: 1- Live videos: Experts discuss different topics live on social media, and users can directly ask questions. 2- Videos: Short tips about important topics, to educate moms and families in a simple easy way. In addition to moms sharing their inspiring stories. 3- Articles: articles about all up to date topics related to motherhood and parenting. In addition to moms sharing their inspiring stories. Users can interact with authors (experts and moms) 4- Q&A: A platform to get moms to ask their questions directly to our experts. 5- On ground workshops: Conducted by our team of experts.

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An Automated Aquaponics Care System Using Digital Smart Tools

3rd prize

Country of deployment

Jordan

Category

Agriculture

Combining the process of raising fish (aquaculture) and the soil-less growing of plants (hydroponics) that grows fish and plants in one environment is called Aquaponics. The fish waste delivers an organic food source for the growing plants and the plants provide a natural filter for the water the fish live in. The main participant is the nitrifying bacteria that does the job of converting the ammonia from the fish waste first into nitrites, then into nitrates and the solids into vermicomposting that are food for the plants. In this work, an electronic care to control the suitable environment for the growing plants is provided to automate the whole process. Electronic sensors to get the humidity level, air temperature, and water level are employed to apply the aim of this work. A simple graphical user interface is implemented to set the optimal parameters for each plant that later will be used during the growing phase.

VISION

Entrepreneur Club Favourite Project

VISION is designed for people with varying levels of sight loss, whether low vision or legally blind. Using smartphone camera and built-in sensor technologies, VISION identify objects, calculate distances, and route users through. With no additional hardware needed, VISION may soon replace the white cane to be the first solution in a market with estimated 180 million individuals with visual impairments, worldwide. VISION enables them to walk freely without the need for assistance. Since our world is consistently evolving we need to utilize the emerging technologies to solve aging problems. Developing VISION, we are exploiting the available technology to facilitate the life of people with visual impairment by developing an android based mobile application that will be installed in user’s phone, which will communicate with them through voice commands. Throughout the development, feedback was received from visually impaired students. An initial positive feedback, regarding the software functionality and user friendliness, has been received. VISION is currently at its kick-starter stage where a prove-of-concept has been developed; however, a more rigid implementation is required before making it available for customer use. We aim at enhancing the accuracy and responsiveness to be qualified as a replacement of the white cane.