Winners

From healthcare to active ageing, learn about our teams' ideas for social change, and what inspired their winning innovations.

Secondary School Category

Nanyang Girls' High School

Alpha Lupi

Nanyang Girls' High School

Students:
Liu Jiahui
Tan Jingqi, Ashley

Teacher Mentor:
Tok Hwee Pheng Vivien

To help migrant workers understand conversational English, our team proposes coding a mobile app that teaches users common workplace expressions and more, through features such as games, vocabulary cards and video lessons.

Pei Hwa Secondary School

Better Tomorrow

Pei Hwa Secondary School

Students:
Joshua Kee Zu En
Liang Ying Jie Marcus

Teacher Mentor:
Tan Aik Fong

Our idea is to create a mobile app which recognises objects for the visually impaired. The app detects potentially dangerous objects then audibly warns users, preventing them from touching these harmful objects.

Pathlight School

#JioME

Pathlight School

Students:
Loi Jian Tong, Dylan
Muhammad Mikhail Ghazi Bin Ridzuan

Teacher Mentor:
Sim Jui Pheng

Our proposed solution is to raise greater public awareness for the special needs community through an app which also creates opportunities for interaction and understanding.

Pre-university / Polytechnic / Institute of Technical Education Category

Temasek Polytechnic

Ace Duo

Temasek Polytechnic

Students:
Felicia Ang
Stanley Chee

The Elderly SAFE Wheelchair is our idea of a low-cost, non-electrical wheelchair with a full auto-brake system which intuitively prevents its user from declining backwards when going up a slope.

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

BetterLife

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

Students:
Nicole Han
Nicole Tan

From early detection of mental health conditions, to tracking symptoms and medication, our app helps users to manage their mental health. In addition, users can access information on how to arrange for medical check-ups.

Singapore Polytechnic

SP Buddy

Singapore Polytechnic

Students:
Mohamed Umar
Wong Jun Heng

SP Buddy is a robotic dog which helps elderly individuals who are facing dementia and depression. Integrated with music therapy and recreational games, it functions as an object of shared attention, promoting interactions between users.

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

Strodesys

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

Students:
Neo Jun Wei
Tan Hsien Rong

Strodesys is a biometric monitoring device which detects early stroke symptoms, then informs doctors and caregivers. This prevents the condition from worsening, and helps elderly users better lead dignified lives in their silver years.

Republic Polytechnic

TopKek

Republic Polytechnic

Students:
Jafe Ng
Samuel Chan

We thought up a smart walking stick with features such as a Voiceover System and Fall Detector to help seniors navigate around the city, so their caregivers can have better peace of mind.

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