The Romanian team also earned points by capturing the jury's imagination with regard to the wide range of possible applications for the companies of Umdasch Group. For example, the software recognises whether everyone on a construction site is wearing a helmet and safety equipment.
Our experts quickly agreed: we want to get to know SecurifAI better. The next step is to clarify the best way to cooperate.
We congratulate the winner and are already looking forward to the Josef Umdasch Research Prize 2022!
87 registrations from 41 different countries led to 17 shortlisted ideas…and 5 outstanding finalists!
This is the great result of the call of the Josef Umdasch Research Prize 2021! A big THANK YOU to all participants for their efforts and innovative ideas!
Our five finalists are:
*Subject to the conditions of the rules of the contest
For example, submissions can cover object recognition, facial recognition, IoT, digital twin, video tracking etc.
Your idea should contribute to the SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure (Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation).
*Subject to rules and conditions of the contest
Registrate and submit your idea until January 17th 2021*
January & February 2021:
Video calls with shortlisted teams will take place
Finalists will be notified until mid of February 2021 (Rewarded with EUR 5,000)
Final pitch presentations by all finalists take place
All start-ups, students and innovators throughout the world who have practical use cases and ideas regarding "artificial intelligence & computer vision for retail or construction" are eligible to enter. No costs are involved in submitting an entry.
Please carefully read our Rules of Contest!
Since 1990, the Umdasch Group has been supporting outstanding achievements in research and development through the Josef Umdasch Research Prize. The award was created by the company’s present owners Hilde Umdasch and Alfred Umdasch, who named the prize after their father, Josef Umdasch.
As a result of the cooperation with the World Summit Awards (WSA), which has been in existence since 2018, the Josef Umdasch Research Prize is increasingly aimed at start-ups, entrepreneurs and future-oriented thinkers around the globe who can inspire enthusiasm with an innovative project idea.