On the 24th of April, the Red Helmets Foundation organized the Working Day of its first student contest of the humanitarian invention, Challenge Humanitech in La Cantine. Almost 20 student teams from all around France participated in this competition.
The teams, of 4 to 6 students, had the opportunity to exchange with professionals of the humanitarian action and innovation.
Among those professionals that supported them in the accomplishment of their project were:
Stéphane Distinguin (Silicon Sentier), Quitterie Delmas (Agence Heaven), Olivier Maurel (Danone Communities), Corinne Dubel (diéteticienne), Cedric Errero et Cedric Ringenbach (Green Team), Jeremy Fain (Verteego), Gilles Bellaïche (pme-btp.com), Antonio Guell (CNES), Marc Sallières (Altic), Pierre-Yves Plantini (Social Media Club), Louis Montagne (Bearstech), David Nataf (resilier.com), Philippe Nikolov (FING), Marie-Vorgan Le Barzic (Silicon Sentier), Jérôme Sokol…
For one day, they put themselves in the context of humanitarian emergency with only one objective: making their knowledges avaible to help the victims.
The projects were all e xciting and innovative
, especially those of a food production line in a receptacle, a follow up sunshine system for photovoltaic panels and a software of decision helping in a context of humanitarian emergency help.