. Driving with feeling: the start-up “GHOST - feel it.” has won the second edition of the “
“GHOST – feel it.” was established in 2017 by neuroscientist Isabella Hillmer and engineer Laura Bücheler. The Berlin-based start-up deals in improving interaction between humans and machines. It focuses on technology for expanding human perception, for example giving amputees feeling in their prostheses. As part of the innovation competition, the winning team integrated this technology into
“It was an honour for us to be able to showcase our product to so many decision-makers within the industry who actually shape the future of driving”, explains Laura Bücheler, co-founder of “GHOST – feel it.”. “We look forward to launching a project together with
Around 750 participants from more than 50 countries
The competition was aimed at interested parties from around the world, particularly independent developers, start-ups and students, but also internal
“The “Next OI Competition” once again confirmed how valuable it is for a company to be open to new ideas and inspiration from the outside world. Thanks to initiatives like these we are further enhancing the
Top three teams develop their solutions further in collaboration with
Apart from the winning team, the teams finishing second and third will also have the opportunity to evolve their ideas together with
A UK-based team finished in third place: Nikita Dedik, Alex Urbanovich, Valeriy Britaus and Kirill Khomko and their “Road.Travel for
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