TECH PLANTER Asia Final 2022 will happen on 20th August in Singapore- We are back to physical event.
Leave a Nest Group has managed to fortify its deep tech start-up ecosystem via addition of new startups. Throughout the history of TECH PLANTER in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam from 2014 to 2022, a total of 1129 teams were recruited. We have managed to develop an ecosystem within Asia that aims to nurture real tech ventures. Its steady growth has allowed us to be the largest deep tech discovery platform in Southeast Asia.
Being the largest deep tech discovery platform, the COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped us from conducting TECH PLANTER ASIA Finals 2022. Instead, TECH PLANTER Asia Finals 2022 will be held at The Meeting Point, 73B Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139966 on 20th August 2022. Apart from technical sharing, we also aim to bridge the TECH PLANTER finalists with Japanese firms. We would love to bring companies and start-ups together to solve existing deep tech challenges.
On 20th August 2022, 12 outstanding teams (Leave a Nest Award winners and Grand winners from six Asian countries) that stood out from 186 applicants, will be pitching and presenting their ideas and technologies. TECH PLANTER Asia Finals will be a great chance for the start-ups to showcase their work and how closely knitted they are within this ecosystem together with the corporations and government sectors. This event would also provide teams from Asia to understand how Japanese companies would like to explore deep tech startups coming from Southeast Asia. The panel of judges mainly are from Japan and would be able to bounce off ideas during the session.
- Date and time: 20th August 2022 (Saturday), 13:00 – 18:00 (SGT)
- Venue: The Meeting Point, 73B Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139966.
- Language: English
- Organiser: Leave a Nest Singapore Pte. Ltd
|Timing in SGT||Content|
|13:00 – 13:30||Opening Remark|
Philippines(2 teams), Indonesia (2 teams)
|14:30 – 15:20||Round 2
Singapore (2 teams), Vietnam (2 teams)
|15:20 – 15:30||Break|
|15:30 – 16:20||Round 3
Malaysia (2 teams), Thailand (2 teams)
|16:20 – 16:30||Break|
|16:30 – 17:10||Judging Time|
|17:10 – 18:00||Award Ceremony|
TP Asia finalists:
|Philippines||Galansiyang Inc.||Theme: TANOM and LANTAWA: Utilizing drones and GIS technology for a rapid reforestation and to digitized forest monitoring.
Issue: High rates of deforestation especially due to mining and slow rates of rehabilitation
|Biofloc Philippines||Theme: Intensive aquafarming using BIOFLOC Technology
Issues: Seafood meat supply deficiency and loss.
|Indonesia||Electric wheel team||Theme: Custom EV Conversion with Swappable Battery.
Issues: 1:1 motorcycle per use ratio that leads to carbon emission in Bali.
|NASHO||Theme: Nasho: Nanotechnology Based Coating and Self Cleaning Product.
Issue: People that wear eyeglasses usually have difficulty protecting their glasses from getting dirty.
|Singapore||DRAVAM||Theme: Quality fueling business.
Issue: Inconsistency of fuel quality, leading to degradation of the damage of fuel lines and pollution.
|Stratificare||Theme: StratifiREY Radioembolization CDx.
Issue: Mid to late stage, palliative liver cancer patients currently do not have a way to decide whether they should go for the potentially curative radioembolization (Y90-RE) treatment or other forms of treatment e.g. chemotherapy or immunotherapy.
|Vietnam||Apicoo Robotics||Theme: Smart gripper for collaborative robots
Issue: Lack of hand devices for collaborative robots which had a rise in production due to automation
|BKTENG||Theme: Transforming recycled plastic waste into electrical energy
Issue: Energy crisis, and negative effects of the use of fossil fuels to the environment; plastic waste
|Malaysia||Thinkers||Theme: Carbon + Calcium Generator for Generating Calcium Carbonate Nanoparticles.
Issue: Carbon capture and conversion into carbonate are limited by the slow gas permeation into the aqueous solution containing calcium-rich waste.
|UMORIE||Theme: Graphene Battery For Electric Vehicles (EV).
Issue: The problem with Lithium Ion batteries is heavy, bulky and slow charging.
|Thailand||MUU||Theme: Cow's milk made without cows (Lab-grown milk)
Issue: The current dairy industries are not sustainable, resulting in long-term downsides to people
|NABSOLUTE||Theme: Booster for Better Health
Issue: Biotechnology innovation is not happening in Thailand and all technology are brought in from outside
We sincerely hope that all the innovative technologies that are being developed in ASIA will find their way to solve global issues soon.
To learn more about TECH PLANTER, kindly visit: https://en.techplanter.com
For more information or any inquiries or concerns, please send an email to Dr. Mango Loo at [email protected]