eNOugh introduces a smart wearable badge enhancing nighttime safety. Designed for easy use during late hours, the badge integrates night vision, GPS, movement detection, an alarm, and AI support. Based on the Prevent, Protect, and Provide principle, eNOugh is visible when worn, thus acting as a deterrent. Primarily targeting women, students, night-shift workers, and urban dwellers, it aims for universal nighttime confidence. eNOugh's ambition extends to improving smart city collaboration and law enforcement partnerships, broadening the safety-tech ecosystem.
Gaelic is an Electrical and Electronics master’s engineering student at University College London originating from Uruguay. He believes in fairness and in the impact of what alchemy of united minds striving for a purpose can do. He is passionate about technology, and believes in its impact to enhance the quality of life through the combination of hardware and software. His current mission involves enhancing safety for nocturnal urban pedestrians, aiming to alleviate fears of empty streets after sunset. Beyond academics, Gaelic is committed to materialise his vision, extending peace of mind to countless individuals navigating the night alone. moreLinkedIn
Ina's entrepreneurial journey commenced during her Master's degree in Entrepreneurship at University College London. A distressing personal experience of being attacked during her walk home ignited the core ideas behind eNOugh. This event propelled her on a journey to find a solution to enhance the safety of individuals walking alone at night. Apart from eNOugh, Ina is deeply involved in organizing tech events across London. She is fluent in five languages. Her passion lies in supporting impact-focused ventures and helping break barriers for women leading tech startups.moreLinkedIn
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