The James Dyson Award is an annual competition that provides an opportunity to showcase innovative ideas to a wider audience and gain the potential for further project development that can change the world. This year’s Polish edition of the competition stood out with a record number of entries, and the highest-rated project turned out to be Boreas, created by the startup Pd meds founded by graduates of the Warsaw University of Technology.
The Boreas project has won the main prize in the Polish edition of the James Dyson Award. It is an innovative device that aims to provide proper ventilation and air purification in rooms. Its creators have developed an advanced filtration system that eliminates harmful substances and allergens from the air, while delivering clean, healthy, and fresh air to indoor spaces.
The Boreas project has the potential to significantly improve the quality of life for people dealing with air quality-related problems such as allergies, asthma, or respiratory diseases. Thanks to advanced technology, Boreas is able to adapt to different weather conditions and automate the real-time air filtering process.
The winning project was appreciated not only for its innovativeness but also for its potential impact on the health and well-being of society. The James Dyson Award will allow the Pd meds startup to further develop Boreas and receive financial support and mentorship from industry experts.
The selection of the Boreas project as the winner of the Polish edition of the competition confirms the immense potential for innovation that exists in Poland. Polish scientists, designers, and engineers have the opportunity to gain recognition not only at the national level but also internationally, thanks to prestigious competitions such as the James Dyson Award.