Those judges have a difficult job. But for those of us blissfully unburdened by the business of assessing venture viability, appraising market opportunity and adjudging founding team fitness, just taking it all in is a simple pleasure. A parade of placard-bearers begs your attention to their company displays, where teammates hawk plans and prototypes, services and solutions, gadgets and gear. The team from Uplifted Supply Co.
Three student teams were in the final round, in which they had the opportunity to win starting capital and support worth up toeuros. In the end, the "RockWorld" team was able to convince the jury, consisting of Prof.
Christian Liesegang, of their business idea. A total of 20 start-up teams with at least one HPI member took part in the competition.
Since mid-May, the young entrepreneurs have been presenting their ideas and receiving targeted feedback and input over several phases in order to work intensively on their business model. RockWorld The founding team "RockWorld" convinced the jury with the idea of a digital field book for the precise collection of geological data and won the sixth business plan competition at the Hasso Plattner Institute HPI.
The program, developed by the founding team, aims to bridge the gap between specialized software and the analog field book for geoscientists. In the future, scientists will be able to work together on projects digitally and without loss of precision on the basis of the results of soil investigations.
In addition, the exchange between different sub-areas of geology is to be made possible. The programme is intended to bring researchers together who would otherwise have no points of contact. With the help of the prize, the founders want to put their idea into practice as quickly as possible.
Their aim is to make the application available to geoscientists from all over the world as early as the start of the next fieldwork season in spring Christian Liesegang HPI alumnus and remerge founderMeinel congratulated the winners and presented a symbolic cheque foreuros.
An overview of the finalists Team RockWorld The founding team "RockWorld" from Wera Schmidt 30Franziska Dobrigkeit 35 and Philipp Dobrigkeit 39 entered the sixth business plan competition at the HPI with the idea of a digital field book for the precise collection of geological data.
The program developed by the founding team aims to close the gap between specialized software and the analog field book for geoscientists.
In future, scientists will be able to work together on projects digitally and without loss of precision on the basis of the results of soil investigations.
The programme aims to connect researchers who would otherwise have no points of contact with each other. The application combines the offering of algorithms by external business partners and developers with the protection of the personal data of platform users.
This makes it possible to evaluate ever larger data sets in a flexible marketplace. The application is particularly interesting for companies from the Consumer IoT and Fintech sectors, but it is also popular with medical research groups at universities.
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