Gagandeep Reehal, co-founder and CTO/CEO of Minus Zero
Project: Building and testing a self-driving vehicle live on a public road for just $700.
Team of five pioneers at Imperial College London, made up of Andy Ferdinand, Premal Gadhia, Judith Weill and co-led by Shafae Ali and Alfie Mcmeeking
Project: Making the footwear industry sustainable through AR digital skins and 3D-printed biodegradable self-healing technology.
Barry Mulvey, University College Dublin
Project: Determination of fat content in foods using a handheld near-infrared spectroscopy sensor.
These three finalists will, unlike the other categories in the E&T Innovation Awards, be decided on a public vote that will commence two weeks before the Awards presentation night on 25 November 2021 and continue through the ceremony itself, culminating in announcement of the winning entry at the climax of the event.
More details about how to vote will be released in the near future.