Discoperi Will Compete for a US $1,000,000 Investment Prize in San Francisco
Discoperi, a Ukrainian-based startup that developed a smart IoT device to predict and prevent car accidents, has won the Startup World Cup 2019 at the World Blockchain Summit in Singapore. Startup World Cup is an event powered by Fenox Venture Capital that is organized to supporting and encouraging the world's most prominent entrepreneurs.
MADRID, July 24, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Last week one of the biggest blockchain events — The World Blockchain Summit — has run a regional event for the Startup World Cup, a global startup pitch competition with a US$ 1,000,000 grand prize. Seven startups delivered their pitches to judges, but only one has gained the main prize. This time judges chose a Ukrainian startup Discoperi and its blockchain-based product System "Eye" that can increase the drivers’ safety and reduce the number of car accidents.
System "Eye" is an intelligent IoT device that combines evolving AI algorithms, big data, and a cloud-based Data-Transaction-Platform (DTP). Based on the blockchain technology, ‘Eye’ allows ecosystem members to transact their data with each other in a secure, transparent, and confidential way.
In 2019, Discoperi will have a chance to pitch System "Eye" at the Grand Finale in San Francisco and compete for its main investment prize — US $1,000,000.
The Startup World Cup Grand Finale is contributed by the key players of the high tech community, including John Chambers (Former CEO of Cisco), Steve Wozniak (Co-Founder of Apple), Reid Hoffman (Founding CEO of LinkedIn), Adam Cheyer (Co-Founder of Siri), Marc Randolph (Co-Founder of Netflix), and more.
Discoperi is a leading startup in the automotive industry that has developed a blockchain-based solution called System "Eye" for vehicles data collection & monetization as well as AI-based solutions for drivers’ safety improvement & accident prevention. System "Eye" combines a powerful IoT device, big data, artificial intelligence, and the decentralized network of connected vehicles (DNCV).
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