Timber Measuring App Wins Startup Competition ({{commentsTotal}})

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A startup that offers an app for measuring timber won his year's Ajujaht (Brain Hunt), a competition for innovative entrepreneurs with a 50,000-euro award.

The televised grand finale on Wednesday saw three teams compete against each other: Timber Diameter, GoWorkaBit and Taxify, uudised.err.ee reported on Wednesday.

The Timber Diameter application allows a quick and accurate measuring of timber with a smart appliance, offering two measuring solutions: a measurement of a pile of logs and measure of their diameter.

The viewers voted Taxify as their favorite – a mobile application that helps people to find the nearest free taxi with just two clicks by putting the customers directly in touch with taxi drivers.

GoWorkaBit connects companies that need temporary workforce with people who need very flexible working options. The company won SeedCamp, one of the largest startup competitions in Europe.



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