Digitially Donating Your Spare Change
Change donations is an exciting donation platform that digitally
connects charities and not for profits with spare change from donors. Irish based donors link debit and credit cards
to the platform, which rounds up their transaction to the next euro and donates
the digital spare change to the causes they care about.
Donors have complete control and can customise their giving
plan by setting weekly or monthly round up limits, choosing to round up only on
select purchases, and splitting roundups across multiple charities. Its free to
100% of the
donation is passed through to the charity.
Irish mobile health passport the ticket to international travel
the mobile health passport from Irish biometric identity assurance specialist
Daon, helps international passengers understand and verify their travel
requirements and confirm their destination’s Covid-19 requirements.
Passengers download VeriFLY from the iOS App or Google Play
stores, enter their destination and upload required documentation, now
including proof of a negative Covid-19 test. VeriFLY verifies that the
customer’s data matches a country’s requirements and displays a simple pass or
fail message, streamlining the check-in and documentation verification process
before departure. The app also provides travellers with reminders when their
travel window is expiring and if their credential has expired.
Irish Company Develops Cloud-Based App Aimed to Accelerate Global COVID-19 Vaccination Process
Pharmapod’s Clinical Service
app helps vaccinators manage mass bookings and connect with patients digitally
to support faster uptake of shots in arms and broader community protection for the global vaccine rollout. The app allows
administrators to set-up vaccination locations, input the available stations and time slots in
each location. This online
booking system reduces the incidence of patients accidentally missing
appointments and helps predict vaccine inventory levels. The system allows
administrators to modify eligibility criteria to coordinate the prioritisation
of high-risk groups first and then assign specific users different levels of
access within the app based on their eligibility criteria.
Innovating training environments is the new normal
Irish company Digisoft TV is using virtual reality (VR) and augmented
reality (AR) to create immersive training environments for the new normal.
The company recreates an organisation’s day-to-day working
environment and/or production lines into a digital version with people able to
interact on any type of device, so they can train remotely in social distancing
times or to prevent contamination in environments which need to be kept very clean.
It also improves the standard of training because the
sensory experience of photorealistic immersive training results is 6-7 times
the level of knowledge retention in trainees when compared with traditional
Izzy Wheels is a Dublin based brand founded by two Irish sisters that creates colourful wheel covers for wheelchairs, allowing users to express their unique personality, and personalise their source of independence. The colorful wheels can open up a positive conversation about wheelchairs and act as a conversation starter, bridging the gap between disability and fashion.Izzy Wheels became the first disability fashion brand to collaborate with some of the world's most famous brands including Barbie and Hello Kitty.