The government will be requiring airport passengers next month to download Traze, a QR code-based app jointly developed by local firm Cosmotech Philippines and the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), which will be pilot-tested in four airports to strengthen the government’s fight against Covid-19.
Category: Startups | Apps
Filipino startup Edukasyon.ph received $5,000 equity-free cash after emerging as the overall winner in the Wildfire Pitch Competition held during the Ignite 2020 Cyber Conference.
A learning platform that is seen to address the demand of individuals wanting to “upskill” has been recognized as one of the winners in a country-wide competition for technology start-ups.
PhilDev Foundation collaborated recently with social enterprise Messy Bessy to run the first PhilDev Labs Innovation Challenge, which sought to create innovative solutions in distance learning.
The AOKPass app, which was developed by Singapore-based startups AOKPass and Perlin, can check and track a person’s medical status, particularly Covid-19-related information.
Five start-ups that are building fintech solutions will receive equity-free investments, as well as technical and business mentorship from Unicef, ING, and other experts for one year.
Team MoveMapua’s BayaniHub application emerged as the “Program The Future 2020” grand champion. Developed by students from Mapua University, BayaniHub is an end-to-end solution that showcases the future of public transportation through smart transit ads in modern jeepneys.
Water distribution and groundwater solutions provider Grundfos Pumps Philippines decided to digitize its service and customer support through a mobile application channel. With its newly released SmartServ Grundfos PH app, customers can now create a service or installation request through their smartphones to minimize the downtime on any of the brand’s pumps or systems in the country.