Yup Charge Chile is a company that bets on entrepreneurship, for this reason, we have become an essential event for any SME that is within the scope of entrepreneurship.
Yup Charge Chile
I BELIEVE IN CHILE, celebrates its second edition, an event that is being consolidated as a reference, being the meeting place for the largest entrepreneurial and innovation projects in the country. On June 14 and 15, 2017, Espacio Riesco held the second edition of this activity in which thousands of attendees had the opportunity to access more than one hundred talks, conferences, workshops, innovation in public policies and business blocks with wheels. , where entrepreneurs could meet with companies, mentoring and networking.
This fair is one of its kind as it brings together in one place thousands of creative, innovative, entrepreneurial and renovating talents from our country, who are looking for new ideas and opportunities for expansion and collaboration.
Yup Charge continues to grow
It is for this reason that Yup Charge Chile has opted for its participation in this event, since it allows us to continue growing, interacting with other companies and SMEs in the sector, since it is an experience that allows us to share knowledge and therefore acquire new forms of work. and a new vision thanks to everything that CREO EN CHILE offers.
Some ventures that were present in “I believe in Chile”
Specialists in the design and manufacture of charging stations for Smartphone and other devices, so that nobody is disconnected due to a lack of battery.
It is an electromechanical standing wheelchair, which has dimensions, materials and functions designed by specialist kinesiologists in the area. Allows users to stand up and assist them on the move.
Energy information system that allows the sending of encoded information (by morse code) when there is no internet signal. It is ideal for earthquake or tsunami cases, since it allows people to communicate by cell phone.
Company that develops educational experiences based on robotics and whose mission is to reduce barriers to accessing scientific-technological education. For this, it develops low-cost robotics kits, together with an innovative teaching-learning methodology.
Device in the form of a bracelet that alerts parents when the child gets too far away, in this way they can prevent loss or accident in public places. It operates even where there is no internet access.
It is a foundation that gives away prosthetic hands made with 3D printers. The prostheses are especially aimed at children since they are tattooed by specialists who voluntarily make designs for flowers, animals and superheroes such as Spiderman and Batman.
Encourages vehicle recycling by extending its useful life for 10 years. They turn your conventional car into an electric car. You bring your car, they take out the elements that come from the factory such as the engine, the exhaust pipe, the radiator and other parts. Then, maintaining all the engineering behind it, they install a kit consisting of an electric motor, a controller and a battery bank.
Robotic hand made in the country developed by Engineering students. The prosthesis focuses especially on those who have suffered an amputation and was developed incorporating technology and knowledge in the electrical, computer and mechanical areas, to achieve a functional extension of the absent hand.