di 21 apr. | Online Event

Winners of the Dutch Hack the Crisis

COVID-19, The global pandemic. It's a crisis, a challenge and a call to action. Hack the Crisis, a global movement of hackathons, brought the brightest minds together to answer that call. This edition of Startup Tuesday, we talk to 3 of the winners of the Dutch Hack the Crisis.
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 Winners of the Dutch Hack the Crisis

Time & Location

21 apr. 2020 17:00 – 17:45
Online Event

About the Event

Startup Tuesday The Hague invites you to the planned Demio Event.  

Topic: Winners of the Dutch Hack the Crisis

Time: 21 April 2020 05:00 PM Amsterdam Time  

Connect to Demio here: https://my.demio.com/ref/7jToobasmLiCqXtf

Using data science efficiently, Soti aims to improve the process of ordering and delivering critical equipment for health workers and patients, enhancing current systems with the predictive power of machine learning. Abouzar Abbaspour will talk about how Soti can help governments and hospitals move towards data-driven decision-making.

Abouzar Abbaspour, Soti, Logistics & Supply Chain category

Medical products such as masks, goggles, tests, air ventilators, are quickly developed to accommodate the Corona-crisis. How do we validate that they have sufficient quality now that there's no time for official certification? Rosanne Klerx from PplCert, will talk about developing a catalogue of non-certified products and sharing product reviews among hospitals worldwide. 

Rosanne Klerx, PplCert, Logistics & Supply Chain category

How can a game speed-up vaccine research? Co-founder of AnalysisMode, Milda Dapkeviciute, will talk about a new tool she and her team have developed during the HackthecrisisNL to speed up vaccine research for COVID-19.

Milda Dapkeviciute, AnalysisMode, Healthcare & Well-being category

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