The inventor of a sign language translator glove wins the League of Entrepreneurs
Three ventures will boost the health, commerce, and financial sectors. We introduce the winners of the third League of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs.
Hugo Jacome along with Carlos Obando and Lennin Encalada received the prize of the first place, 50,000 dollars. Their project is called SpeakLiz, an integral communication system for the hearing impaired. This group has created a glove that translates sign language in real time and transforms the words of the speaker into letters; making communication feasible.
The second place ($ 30,000) was for Samir Zeidan with his proposal Goctors Technology, a platform that allows interconnecting all the actors of the health industry chain: patients, doctors, pharmacies, pharmaceutical laboratories, insurers and medical suppliers.
The third place was for Juan Carlos and Sebastian Calderon ($ 20,000) for their proposal: Singularity, a technology platform, based on an ERP linked to means of payment, which allows integrating financial institutions, retailers and large distribution companies in a chain of supply and smart financing (I).