Intelliprove wins the Belgian edition of the eAwards | NTT DATA

Wed, 14 September 2022

Intelliprove wins the Belgian edition of the eAwards

The winner of the eAwards organized by the NTT DATA FOUNDATION is Intelliprove. The start up wins 10 000 euros, an acceleration program and a ticket to Madrid to participate in the Global eAwards that will take place at the end of October. 15 countries will participate in this final.

Intelliprove is a medical software tool for healthcare providers that can accurately determine vital health parameters in 30 seconds based on an optical facial measurement. Using a combination of new signal processing and computer vision technologies, the product measures parameters such as heart rate and blood pressure with a smartphone camera aimed at the patient's face.

The company provides caregivers with a high-tech optical software tool (API) to measure patients' vital signs. Simply point the smartphone at the face, it's fast and contactless.

Sophie Leconte, CEO of NTT DATA BeLux & France: "We are excited about Intelliprove's project. Today, health is a priority for everyone. We are convinced that this tool can help many healthcare providers."

Joeri Tulkens, CEO of Intelliprove: "It is an honor to win this award from the NTT DATA Foundation and a great recognition for our Belgian MedTech start-up. We are looking forward to participate in the final in Madrid, we hope to win the Global award, to be continued!" 

Global eAwards - 21st edition

Throughout 2022, the eAwards will highlight technology projects in 15 countries in Europe and Latin America: Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, DACH - Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Spain and the UK. The objective is to encourage entrepreneurs with innovative projects that, through technology, improve the quality of life of people but are also environmentally friendly.

Intelliprove will represent Belgium in the international final of the Global eAwards. The final will take place in October, during NTT DATA Talent Week, a week where international entrepreneurs (who make an impact on the world) and the Foundation are brought together to work hand in hand. During this event, all participating start-ups are provided with different tools, methodologies and contacts with investors and experts to address their specific needs. In this context, the Belgian project will compete with the winners from 14 countries in Europe and Latin America for an additional prize of 60,000 euros and an additional acceleration program.