Edition 4: The international competition | 2019-2020

EPITECH Barcelona dethrones ECE Paris with Connect’s AI powered smart-city dashboard. ESILV takes 2nd with WeCare’s solution for homeless populations. ECE Paris’s InnovAbeille takes 3rd, marking an impressive first victory for an environmental cause.

The Champions

1st PRIZE: Connect | EPITECH Barcelona

Logo of the student-team Connect

This project is a digital platform that centralizes and analyzes data streams and aggregates key performance metrics in order to provide a simple but multi-functional and real-time ‘smart-city’ dashboard to municipal leaders. This tool enables them to better define their needs, reduce costs and optimize essential city and citizen services.

Watch Connect’s presentation in the final jury

2nd PRIZE: WeCare | ESILV

Logo of the student-team WeCare

With a view to providing better care to homeless populations, this digital platform centralizes all data concerning outreach initiatives and actions from all socially oriented actors (private and public) in order to maximize transparency, increase efficiency and thus, harmonize collaboration.

Watch WeCare’s presentation in the final jury

3rd PRIZE: InnovAbeille | ECE Paris

Logo of the student-team InnovAbeille

Engaged in the urgent fight to protect endangered bee populations, this project’s connected beehive uses sensors and AI algorithms to provide accessible and relevant real-time data enabling beekeepers to provide optimal care for and protection to their colonies. In addition, as a veritable turnkey solution, InnovAbeille aims to render apiculture accessible to everyone and thus to facilitate the growth of beekeeping in urban areas.

Watch InnovAbeille’s presentation in the final jury

The non-laureates

WISP | ECE Paris

Thanks to our automatic and adaptive algorithm, WISP provides a traffic light management system based on real-time traffic data which can improve the flow of urban traffic in Paris via the optimization of the alternation of traffic lights. The result are reduced response time for emergency services, lower urban pollution levels, reduced levels of heavy traffic, to name just a few.

FollowMe | ECE Paris

FollowMe is an intelligent trolly that aims to facilitate the passage of each traveler in airports, carrying luggage and guiding the user to where she/he wants to go. Thanks to its numerous functionalities, FollowMe makes the passage of each traveler through an airport a unique and effortless experience.

Peer-to-Print | ESILV

With a view to stimulating local economy, our platform allows consumers to discover, contact and order standard and custom-made products from individual owners of 3D printers, as well as to enable payments and facilitate deliveries. In this way, our solution enables owners of 3D printers to monetize their printers. Finally, it allows 3D printer owners to create groups, share models freely, exchange ideas, tips, information, etc.

LocaFood | ESILV

LocaFood is a mobile application that allows its users to join non-profit agricultural cooperatives wherever they are. The objective is to contribute to the development of local economies by allowing our users to consume in a sustainable way without disrupting their daily life.

SafeWay | ESILV

SafeWay is a GPS application that prioritizes the safety over speed in the proposition of itineraries. And similar to Waze, it enables and relies on its community of users to report suspicious or dangerous behavior, to have a loved one follow their route or to send alerts to selected contacts in case of emergency. 

How to apply

You have your own project-idea.

In Track 1, student-teams propose and develop their own project-ideas.

The call for project-ideas for Track 1 is from 18 October to 29 November 2021.

You don’t have your own project-idea.

In Track 2, student-teams develop the project-ideas proposed by staff and clients of Berger-Levrault.

The call for applications for Track 2 is from 18 October to 29 November 2021.