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Mark Peters : March 20th 2017 - 21:10 CET

2017 CeBIT Innovation Award


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CeBITCeBIT Innovation Award 2017 presented by Minister Wanka : For the fifth time, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the fair organisers Deutsche Messe AG have bestowed the 2017 CeBIT Innovation Award that is backed by prize money totalling 100,000 euros. The main prize, which comes with a financial reward of 50,000 euros, went to Simone Strey and Pierre Munzel from Hanover for their development "Plantix". The developer team at PEAT GmbH is working on the automation of plant damage detection with the help of a smartphone app, and consequently on the long-term optimisation of growth and yields in the agricultural sector. The team at PEAT received their award at an early stage as part of the 2017 CeBIT Welcome Night from the hands of federal research minister Wanka.
2017 CeBIT Innovation Award

2017 CeBIT Innovation Award
The second prize, which comes with 30,000 euros, was won in 2017 by the two Hamburg-based founders Christoph Pregizer and Lukas Posniak together with the software developer Niclas Schopf from Viewlicity GmbH. With their development "PuttView”, the Hanseatic sports enthusiasts presented a golfing application that makes it possible to compare the ideal line of the ball with the actual course of the played ball when putting - and to receive immediate feedback about the execution of the shot. The third prize - and consequently 20,000 euros - goes to the developer team headed by Fabian Bendun, Sven Obser and Philipp von Styp-Rekowsky. Based on so-called "Boxify technology,” the application "SYOD” (Secure Your Own Device) developed by Backes-SRT GmbH from Saarbrücken opens up the possibility, especially for employees in small and medium-sized business enterprises, to use business and private data in the same way as apps that are used only for particular purposes - and to do so securely on their own terminals.

2017 CeBIT Deutsche Messe

CeBIT Deutsche Messe
Deutsche Messe AG has been a co-initiator of the CeBIT Innovation Award since 2013, the year of its first presentation. As one of the world’s leading trade fairs for issues relating to the digitalization of business, administration and society as a whole, CeBIT has been building bridges for young IT specialists on the way to market maturity for half a decade by awarding prizes for their ideas.




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