The Elastic Cause Awards

The passion and devotion of the community using our products to do great work in the world is endlessly inspiring to us. We want to share it with you. Therefore, we are celebrating three Elastic user-community projects that are advancing the greater good of the human condition, the planet (or both!) and recognizing them at Elastic{ON}17 with the Elastic Cause Awards.

Update

Thank you for your inspiring entries to the Elastic Cause Awards. Submissions are now closed. We have finished reviewing the fantastic projects and the three winning projects have been selected! They’ll be announced in the opening keynote at Elastic{ON}17 so if you are there, be sure to find the teams and congratulate them.

Until then, below is the shortlist of submissions to our inaugural Elastic Cause Awards. We respect and applaud all of you for your amazing work with our products. Thank you with lots of Elastic love!

2017 Submissions Shortlist

Computer Science Department, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Simplifying drug package leaflets

eHealth Africa
Ebola call center and health monitoring application

Full Visibility and cloudpainter
Capturing artistic style with painting robots

Guide Dogs Association and Microsoft
Application to improve independent mobility and navigation for people with sight loss

IST Research
Fighting human trafficking and slave trade with technology

Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders)
Improving staff information sharing, decision making and organizational efficiency

Middlesex University
Helping police intelligence analysts make better sense of their data

National Centre for Flora Conservation / Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden
Assessing flora extinction risk

No School Violence.org
Reducing school violence with a National School Security Database

Public Ministry of the State of Goias, Brazil
Staff document search, aggregation and efficiency

The Nature Conservancy
Network security monitoring for global conservation projects

The good we secure for ourselves is precarious and uncertain until it is secured for all of us and incorporated into our common life.

Jane Addams