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Indek students win Innovation competition

Published Apr 11, 2014

Indek students Mikael Andersson, Annika Eving and Martynas Kiškis won this year's Excitera Innovation Challenge competition.

Some of the winners. From right Mikael Andersson and Annika Eving

Their contribution Smart Surveillance, which is based on KTH research on 3D reconstruction of moving objects, was awarded the prize check of 25'000 SEK from SEB and the possibility to unlock an additional 100'000 SEK granted that the students develop their business idea. Andersson, Eving and Kiškis are all students at the Economics of Innovation and Growth Master Program.

Belongs to: Industrial Economics and Management
Last changed: Apr 11, 2014