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Astana, Kazakhstan • 25 June 2023

Kazakh Rehabilitation Startup Enters Top 10 of Google Solution Challenge 2023

The ReVita team emerged as one of the top 10 finalists among 1,500 applications submitted worldwide

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The Kazakh post-surgery rehabilitation project ReVita, designed to aid people with organ transplants, has been selected as one of the top 10 finalists in the Google Solution Challenge 2023, QazMonitor reports.

Askar Aituov, the developer relations coordinator for Google Developers in Central Asia and Mongolia, announced in a Facebook post that the Google developer student club at Nazarbayev University and two students from the Kazakh-British Technical University have reached the top 10 finalists stage in the Solution Challenge 2023.

Out of more than 1,500 applications submitted worldwide, the Kazakh team emerged as the sole representative from the region encompassing North Africa, the Middle East, Turkiye, Caucasus, and Central Asia. As a top 10 finalist, the ReVita team will receive a $1,000 cash prize per team member, a feature in the Google Developers Blog, and an opportunity to present their project during the global Demo Day livestream.

The top 3 winning teams will be announced in August.

ReVita is an app developed for individuals who have undergone surgery, specifically aimed at assisting in monitoring the intake of immunosuppressants and tracking vital medical parameters such as blood saturation, blood pressure, heart rate, and physical activity in real-time through the use of artificial intelligence and Internet of Things sensors.

The system is designed to promptly alert both the patient and medical professionals in case of any health issues related to the implants. In the future, the team plans to expand the scope of their project to encompass cardiovascular diseases such as stroke and heart attack.

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