Meet all the great startups from Danish Tech Challenge 2019.
Affordable and simple precision irrigation management system for permanent crop farmers in drought-affect countries. By using SoilSense moisture sensors farmers can optimize water for smarter irrigation with can lead to a 20% decrease of water and 30% increase of yield.
Planet Nusa was born from the thought of feeling welcome whilst exercising. It’s the desperate want to make women feel good, when they’re actively doing something great for themselves. Their workout clothes are made from plastics from the oceans.
PentaLock makes the most secure and convenient locking solution for bikes. Our solution is integrated in the crank of the bike and is operated with a proximity key to make bike security easy and intuitive for the user, while still making it near impossible for thieves to steal and sell/use.
At Copenhagen Trackers we develop cheap, easy-to-use GPS-trackers with long battery life and without any subscriptions. We help business and consumers alike locate and track their assets at a fraction of the cost of current competitors.
Reshape utilizes recent advances in low cost robotics to build cost effective liquid handling solutions, improving the accessibility of such systems to allow more companies to gain the advantages of automation in the laboratory.
BlueBenu is developing a technology that allows the recycling of mixed plastic waste that currently cannot be recycled. Their focus is on the transformation of plastic pollution rescued from the oceans and nature into crude-oil.
Dacoma’s patented and lab tested wave damping system for crew transfer vessels for the offshore industry makes transfer of service and installation staff to windfarms in harsh weather safer and more comfortable.
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems is developing the most accurate and material versatile 3D nanoprinter for micro and nanofabrication of microchip devices. Having an array of applications, we target the fast-growing R&D market of MEMS and sensors.
Snapform will design and manufacture advanced lower limb prosthetic sockets that fits the amputee perfectly first time, every time. They combine 3D scanning and 3D printing with the novel utilization of advanced modelling and simulation to determine the optimal socket shape.
OKTO Acoustics brings environmental and architectural acoustics into the smartly connected, data-driven era using their proprietary technology OKTO, an acoustics IoT-platform for measuring and deploying real-time solutions for large-scale sound field applications.
SCtronics develops intelligent power switches to replace Danish FUGA units. User can control light and heat from a smartphone over WiFi. Some units have built-in sensors for temperature or movement detection.
FlexLogical designs and develops medical devices used during minimal invasive surgeries which reduce wrist strain and fatigue on surgeons by allowing them to apply 3D movement without rotation of their wrist.
SUND FORLUFT has developed a nudging device which visualizes the quality of the indoor climate and tells you when to air out, through new developed mathematics and technology. The device is designed for children, by children.
WasteHero is a technology-driven company focused on optimizing waste management across the world. They digitalize waste collection and thereby eliminate inefficient and unnecessary pickups of bins, which creates waste savings and reduces CO₂ emissions.
Optoceutics is a DTU Photonics based spinout company, that have developed and patented a light therapy technology that can be used to treat Alzheimer’s Disease. The goal is to create a portable light source that can be used by patients at home or at institutions.
SubBlue Robotics have invented and designed a remote-controlled robot, which cleans ship propellers underwater – replacing today’s operations with divers, which results in lesser quality cleaning, reduced frequency of cleaning and higher fuel usage.
TresActio develops data driven bioreactors for cell-cultivation, that are capable of maintaining control and consistency in high throughput experiments.
Læsø Zostera develops and sells insulation and acoustic panels for the building industry made out of seagrass. The natural properties of seagrass fit really well with the criteria for building products, since it can’t burn and have an unseen durability compared to other natural fibers.