Callaghan's C-Prize Challenge attracts 96 entries, last year's finalist snapped up by US tech accelerator

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 18 Jul 2017

By Rebecca Howard July 18 (BusinessDesk) - There were 96 entries in Callaghan Innovation's biennial C-Prize Challenge, where innovators have been invited to create the next generation of wearable technology, said Callaghan Innovation’s chief technology officer Chris Hartshorn. Entrants need to create a hardware-software wearable solution that captures and processes user data and communicates feedback allowing the user's actions enhance their outcome. They can participate in one or more of three challenges: live healthier, work safer and p...

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