4 #LTstartups Selected for IoT World in Dublin for Demo Day
During 6 months Startup Scaleup supported its second batch of 78 IoT startups. On 21st and 22nd November the TOP 16 startups will present their products at IoT World conference in Dublin – 4 of them Lithuanian startups!
For the last six months, 78 startups had access to a IoT tailor-made accelerator programme with courses, tools and resources to prepare teams for anything, from business growth and international expansion to getting their products ready and becoming investor magnets.
Startup Scaleup supported startups by establishing the connection between teams and mentors, investors, opinion leaders and other entrepreneurs, setting KPIs and strengthening the fundamentals to help in the process of taking their products to the next stage and to sustainable and fast scale.
In November, 2016, the six month journey is about to end and to celebrate it TOP 16 startups are gearing-up to pitch their products and services in Dublin, at the Internet of Things World 2016 conference, on 21st and 22nd of November. Besides the pitching session, startups will also have the opportunity to schedule one-to-one meetings with investors and to demonstrate their project on the exhibition area.
From the previous batch, comprised of 49 companies, more than €3M were raised, so according to Andres Iborra, Startup Scaleup project coordinator, “it is expected that the value will multiply with the current batch of companies, tackling global challenges.”
Here’s a look at 4 Lithuanian IoT startups that will pitch at Dublin:
Table Air (Lithuania) – Sophisticated in design, TableAir is a smart, connected table with unique lifting process for tech-savvy executives and demanding individuals who care about their health as much as productivity. With the help of a user-friendly smartphone app, the workstation can be scheduled to take lower or higher positions according to selected time settings.
Blue Ocean Robotics (Lithuania) – Huti is an intelligent swarm of robots that will replace the physical barriers and barrier management personnel by providing a better flow of people, enhancing experience for travellers and decreasing costs for airports.
Connecty (Lithuania) – Connecty provides IoT, M2M, Telemetry, SCADA, BMS platform as service. Connecty platform serves about 7000 devices at the moment. The platform facilitates the activities of operators by supplying monitoring services for energy consumption, water supply, sensors and refrigeration equipment.
SemsEye (Lithuania) – SEMSEYE digitizes footfall in the real world, providing in-store analytics as a service to brick and mortar retailers. With omni-channel retail more accessible to consumers, the way people shop is changing rapidly, with an estimated $1.1 trillion in retail sales being influenced by digital technologies.