The results of the International Create Challenge 2017 can be found here: ICC'2017 Results



Important dates ICC'2017

Important dates ICC'2017

Find the 3-week-program of the ICC'2017 here.


The 2017 selected TEAMS are:

Robobay (Yaroslav Pishta) RoboBay is a cloud computing service for automatic/quant trading robots. Our clients are traders who need to manage their robots, developers and investors who are looking for the most successful robots. Supporting 10+ programming languages, available trading with crypto currencies and collaborative development, RoboBay is designed to be an efficient tool which will make client’s lives easier.

TOP DOWN (Renato Rodrigues) Correlated to the theme "smart cities", the Top Down project uses the technology of IoT (Internet of Things) integrating a hardware with a mobile app and generating strategic information for public transport users, providing comfort and safety in travel. Digital payment and generation of Big Data make the experience even more dynamic both for the passenger and the urban mobility.

Swipeat (Guillaume Heusch) SwipEat is an intelligent virtual assistant to simplify your grocery shopping. It takes your unique style into account, like your taste, your budget and your usual shopping place for instance. With this information, it combines personalized meal suggestions and shopping list generation into one complete system, allowing you to save time, diversify your meals and free your mind!

Wear@me (Veronica Estrada Galinanes) The combination of the sports we practice, our health condition, and our profession make us unique individuals. In general, wearable devices are designed to satisfy the most common or popular needs. The goal of Wear@me is to make possible modular wearable devices that can be plugged together for personalized experiences.

EyeViewPost-it (Nan Wang) Every minute, millions of photos are shared around the world, in order to let the viewers understand remote situations visually. Sometimes, viewers want to see more content beyond the photo frames; and they want to feel what the photo takers felt. With Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality technology, we can recreate the photo-taking moments; and let viewers “stand” in the shoes of photo takers. Users can look around, see what the 3D photo takers saw, and listen to what the 3D photo takers heard.

Thinkmilk (Bruno Azevedo) Thinkmilk is a binational Swiss-Brazilian startup developing technology for farmers and dairy cooperatives to improve the health of the herd (cows, goats, etc.) and assure milk quality compatible to international standards. We develop devices and services to control milk substances rate and diseases, using machine learning to forecast potential losses and allowing farmers to prevent epidemics.

Forensic_Voice_Recognition_System (Srikanth Madikeri) Forensic speaker recognition (FSR) involves the expert assessment of voice recordings to determine the identity of a speakers. In this project, we develop a speaker comparison tool to provide a forensic strength of evidence based on the speaker recognition system developed at Idiap to meet the increasing demand of FSR services from law enforcement agencies in and around Switzerland.

Please find the terms and conditions for the ICC'2017 here.