GORE Innovation Center Prize

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The Gore Innovation Center Prize is an award granted to one winner of the IOT/WT Innovation World Cup® with two weeks of access to the state-of-the-art Gore Innovation Center in Silicon Valley. The winner will be able to advance innovation on an initiative that aligns with Gore’s business interests in its 11,000-square-foot facility and prototyping lab. When you work with Gore, you will have access to its materials and science expertise honed over nearly 60 years of exploring and implementing successful applications.

In addition to the opportunity to work side-by-side with Gore experts, the winner will significantly benefit from:

  • Tailored access to a vast array of advanced materials
  • Customizable lab bench-top space
  • Comprehensive maker equipment (e.g. CO2 laser cutter/engraver, 3D printing desktop CNC milling, fume hood space, bench-top shop equipment, electronics work-station)
  • Characterization capabilities
  • A connection to Gore’s internal and external network

The top 4 finalists who presented on stage at the 2019 Gore Innovation Center Prize Pitch and Award Ceremony at the 33rd WT|Wearable Technologies Conference 2019 EUROPE on Feb 5th 2019 in Munich (Germany) were: Biobeat, CareWear, Idezo and Isansys Lifecare. More information in the complete press release!

Next step:

Do you want to be the lucky winner showcasing your solution to the Silicon Valley ecosystem and accelerate your innovation with Gore? We got you covered! The 11th IOT/WT Innovation World Cup® competition is already open for free-of-charge participation. Enter the Gore Innovation Center Prize now!

Apply for Gore Innovation Center Prize


Previous GORE Innovation Center Prize Winner

Biobeat Technologies from Israel won the GORE Innovation Center Prize 2019 with Biobeat, a medical smart monitor that can detect and measure more than 20 vital signs. The information is transmitted real time to the cloud, can be displayed and shared with physicians, control centers and family members. All data, including history graph, can be reviewed on the consumer app and on the multi-patient management system. What’s more, Biobeat sensor can be integrated into any wearable devices such as watches, wristlets, and patches. This smart solution helps to improve medical treatment both inside and outside hospitals.