2022 Solution Challenge winners

Watch this space for announcements about 2022 Solution Challenge finalists and winners!

2022 Global Top 50 Teams

Medicurate

United Kingdom

Starvelp

Turkey

CanDrink

South Korea

EcoLink

Canada

Cosapa

India

Find It

Vietnam

Hearty Plant Project

Vietnam

ChatterBox

United States

Find your face, Fedi

South Korea

Don't Sleep Driver

South Korea

ANXILY

India

BeanYard

South Korea

Pulse

India

SIGNify

Canada

Bilin

Philippines

BloodCall

Greece

Isak

South Korea

Scrizzel

India

GetWage

India

SafePlace

Taiwan

Zero-zone

South Korea

Proctify

India

Agrobot

Nigeria

Xtrinsic

Germany

Peter

Turkey

Handsfree

Malaysia

MpaMpe

Uganda

NotiNote

South Korea

LIAISE

Philippines

Lighthouse

Germany

DeCarbonoUs

India

I'm your freesia

South Korea

KINDER

Indonesia

Blossom

Canada

SMART AGRIOT

India

Meras

Saudi Arabia

GDTS

Yemen

Feed The Need

India

Gateway

Vietnam

mimi4me

Japan

dyslexic

Pakistan

Quakly

Lebanon

Saathi

Pakistan

ConnectNHelp

India

vAIdya

India

WildEye

India

Icarus

Turkey

EduCA-App

Peru

Eduvision

Cameroon

SaveONE life

Kenya

2021 Solution Challenge winners

Check out this Google Developers blog post to learn more about the 10 finalists of the 2021 Solution Challenge. Watch the 2021 Demo Day and see the full Demo Day playlist here.

Top 3 Solution Challenge winners

DementiCare

Singapore

Aishik Nagar, Ritik Bhatia

DementiCare is an app equipped with many features to compliment caregiving for Dementia patients such as sending urgent notices, SOS, and creating a patient dashboard.

Eye of God

India

Anish Pawar, Gayatri Vijay Patil, Jatin Nainani, Priyanka Hotchandani

To offer a solution to the urban-dwelling visually-impaired, the team built “Eye of God” which is an easy-to-use navigation system for visually impaired people, acting as their “virtual-cane” to help them navigate to their destination all by themselves without needing the assistance of other people.

I-RISE

Philippines

Jian Asiado, Joerian E. Gauten, Patricia Marie C. Garcia, Rex Ronter Ruiz

Project Island Response and Intervention for Systemic Evacuation (I-RISE) is a disaster risk management system that aims to bridge the information gap between local government units, disaster risk management offices, and the island communities of Tubigon, Bohol.

People's Choice Award & Honorable Mention

Egypt

Ahmed Mostafa Ibrahiem, Kerolos Kamal Botros, Khaled Abdel-Fattah Ahmed, Mahmoud Said Ramadan Gad

E-Owl provides a new way of helping instructors manage virtual classes while keeping high engagement from the learners. The solution also provides a new way of conducting an online quiz which minimizes the chances for cheating.

Cameroon

Alouzeh Brandone Mahbuh, Chi Karl Junior, Meh Mbeh Ida Delphine, Nuikweh Lewis

Flow is a mobile application that helps users easily find clean water sources nearby using Google Maps.

Remaining Top-10 Finalists

Helppier

Canada

James Lee, Janice Cheung, Mohamed Amine Belabbes, Oluwateleayo Oyekunle

Helppier's goal is to encourage a new social norm of volunteering in peoples’ daily routines in their local neighbourhoods. The app facilitates neighbours helping neighbours through a gamified volunteering system.

Swaasthy

India

Bhavesh Goyal, Himanshu Sharma, Ishan Sharma, Kushal Bhanot

Swaasthy is an app made to uplift user's health. It contains everything from medicine reminder functionality to make an SOS call to nearby ambulances to getting an appointment with a virtual doc. The team believes that this is a revolutionary step necessary in bringing down the death-rate due to delay faced by patients in India.

QRegister

Turkey

Alkım Dömeke, Deniz Karakay, Humeyra Bodur, Murat Kaş

QRegister removes the need of physical paper receipts upon transactions and instead encourages the use of QR codes for users to virtually keep track of all their receipts.

SimplAR

Germany

Almo Sutedjo, Maria Pospelova, Sami Wirtensohn, Viviana Sutedjo

Functional illiteracy - the inability to understand texts sufficiently - affects 1 in 7 people. SimplAR assists affected people by leveraging the power of Natural Language Processing: the user can take a picture of any text, which is then simplified into an understandable version, following the Plain Language guidelines. This way, the app aims to make the world more accessible for anyone."

Game Your Fit

Indonesia

Aric Hernando, Jason Christian Hailianto, Jason Jeremy Wijadi, Monique Senjaya

Game Your Fit keeps track of your movements in real time using your smartphone's movement sensors to promote exercising by gamifying the whole experience.

2020 Solution Challenge winners

Congratulations to the top 10 winners!

Check out this Google Developers Blog Post showcasing the winners and their solutions.

Thank you to all the Google Developer Student Clubs that participated and helped make this such an awesome experience. Also, a big shout out to all the Google Developers Experts (GDEs) who supported a number of teams with mentorship. We really enjoyed going through all of your creative solutions using Google technologies.

Hope you all enjoyed the virtual 2020 Solution Challenge Demo Day where we showcased the top 10 winners and their solutions!

Honorable Mentions

GDSC Duzce University
GDSC Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST)
GDSC Universitas Hasanuddin
GDSC Universiti Teknologi Petronas
GDSC University of Toronto Mississauga
GDSC University Of California Davis
GDSC Stevens Institute of Technology
GDSC Helwan University
GDSC National School of Biotechnology
GDSC Modern Education Society's College of Engineering

Immunization Calculator from Muni University in Uganda is a mobile app that helps local health workers in the immunization sector improve the efficiency in their operation. Samuel and his team met the local health workers in Uganda and learned that it takes a lot of effort and time for them to calculate an optimal vaccine injection schedule for each patient because there are a variety of vaccines and each of them has different policies.

After a number of consultations with the health workers, Samuel and his team developed Immunization Calculator and provided them an automated solution not only to plan a vaccine injection schedule easily, but also to track record and calculate the dropout rate, which helps the health workers analyze the data for the future improvement.

The team used native script, Android platform, and the cloud-based database Firebase to build the Immunization Calculator. The cloud-messaging service Firebase Cloud Messaging has been used to notify the due dates of vaccines to health workers.

Immunization Calculator team members:
Samuel Mugisha, Joshwa Benkya, and Samuel Itwaru