Tomorrow's World

Tomorrow’s World

Episode 08: Brandless

Brandless is a new ecommerce startup offering a wide assortment of household and food items, each at the magical price of $3. The idea behind Brandless is that it can add value for the consumer by selling quality merchandise without a so- called “brand tax.” This start-up disrupted the $600 billion grocery industry. Ena Sarkar visits the headquarters and gets a first-hand experience of how they make things happen.

Season 2

Episode 07: FlexR

FlexR is an open API wearable neuromuscular sensor with endless applications. A unique health and fitness application that can be controlled using muscle input. This portable neuromuscular video game system promises to make therapeutic exercise fun and easy. FlexR integrates neuromuscular signal tracking with almost any hardware currently available such as smartphones, games consoles, fitness trackers, virtual reality and more. A tete-a tete with Co-founder and President Ricky Li who spills the beans about his innovation.

Episode 06: POC Medical Systems

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in India. More than 70% of India’s population has minimal access to health care. Mammography is expensive and time taking. POC Medical System addresses this problem with their widely accessible, next generation Pandora CDX point of care system that is designed for rapid, accurate, and portable breast cancer screening at a much lower cost. Here is a sneak peak!

Episode 05: Atheer Air

Augmented Reality is the next big thing in the technology world and is creating a lot of buzz. Atheer Air brings to you augmented reality solutions for today’s industrial enterprises. This Silicon Valley start-up is connecting the digital and the physical work space and re-envisioning the way people work. Ena Sarkar meets the team and goes into the world of Augmented Reality with Atheer.

Episode 04: Kiddo

Kiddo is the world’s 1st smart band made just for young kids. It monitors their vitals and helps you keep a track of your children’s health and wellbeing while they study, play and sleep. It promises to alert you in advance if your son or daughter is sick, tired, stressed or did not get much activity in a day. A sneak peek to the life of the start-up in downtown San Francisco and their much talked about product.

Episode 03: Ekso Bionics

We have seen them in movies, but exoskeletons have now arrived in real life. Pioneering in the field of robotic exoskeletons, Ekso Bionics devices enhance the strength, mobility, and endurance of soldiers and paraplegics. These robots have a variety of applications in the medical, military, industrial, and consumer markets. Ena Sarkar spent a day at the headquarters interacting with the extraordinary team and taking a look at how the product works.

Episode 02: Zeto

Zeto is a medical technology startup transforming the way EEG (Electroencephalography) is done at hospitals. They are solving a problem that has remained unsolved since EEG was invented in 1924, that is, an archaic, tedious approach that consumes time, requires a trained technician and puts the patient through a poor experience. This patent pending wireless device is zero-prep, easy to wear headset with dry electrodes backed by a digital platform that offers instant upload, tools for analysis and remote interpretation by neurologists. Ena Sarkar meets the team and learns about this big disrupt in healthcare that opens new significant opportunities for conditions such as epilepsy, stroke, concussion and sleep disorders.

Episode 01: OpenRov

75% of the earth is under water and not much have been explored. OpenRov introduces the next generation of Trident Underwater Drones that are ready to dive in the ocean, lake or the lagoon in front of your house and help you explore life in water. Ena Sarkar takes you behind the scenes of OpenRov, in their factory in Berkeley California where you will meet a bunch of passionate adventurers making a difference in the world of drones.

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