GovBlocks aims to make governance transparent, Automovill is helping to ease car servicing
The GovBlocks platform is an open and permission-less protocol which gives a layer of multi-factorial governance for Blockchain networks. To cut the jargon, its objective is to create networks that can truly solve world’s biggest problems — and it is believed that it will only be achieved if there are no formal institutions controlling the mechanisms of change, but just the people.
The GovBlocks team
Odisha is looking to be one of the country’s top three startup hubs by 2020, and to facilitate at least 1,000 startups over the next five years. Apart from direct incentives for startups, the State is also putting in place measures to recognise other key stakeholders, such as incubators, angel networks and mentors. Currently, there are five incubators registered with Startup Odisha.
For Satyakam Mohanty, data science began in an unusual way. Rising up the ranks at work, he always wanted to set up an analytics practice for several businesses that could not reach a large size IT services or analytics firm and empower the insights manager in an organisation with on-demand data. His offering, Lymbyc is a virtual assistant for crunching large volumes of data.
Automovill is enabling owners to have their cars serviced without leaving their homes, and brings transparency to the service and repair process by helping customers track the car service process in real time. It is an aggregator of car service providers, and connects the customer with the service partner and works as a custodian of customers’ cars, supervising the service and repair work.