List: The winners of the 6th annual Cambridge Wireless competition will be announced today – here are the finalists.
Today marks the 6th Discovering Start-ups Competition, organised by Cambridge Wireless and hosted by Deloitte.
Five winners will be chosen from the 16 finalists, with each start-up given one last chance to pitch their ideas, technologies and products to an elite panel of judges.
Looking at the panel of over 30 judges, ‘elite’ is certainly an accurate description with the likes of Samsung, Qualcomm Ventures, IBM, and Google among the assembled venture capitalists and industry experts.
There is certainly a lot to play for, with winners receiving a £500 cash prize, exposure to Business Investors and Angels, a one year Cambridge Wireless membership and a guaranteed place in the finals of the £50,000 Wayra Acceleration programme.
But who are these 16 finalists and could one of them be the next Uber or Facebook? CBR gives you a snapshot of the start-ups waiting to be discovered at today’s event.
An Internet of Things search engine which indexes across public data sources. Created by Umbrellium, some of the IoT services that Thingful currently indexes include the UK Met Office Weather Observations Website.
Created by a team from Cambridge, Purr measures and maps the temperature in your facility in detail, to help you spot problems with your heating and find new ways to save energy.
Created by a team out of UCL, Sensory Media is a smart application that automatically controls wifi connected lighting based on the playing music to create more relaxing or exciting ambience.
Developing a quantum Random Number Generator capable of being installed on all mobile devices including mobile phones, tablets, smart- watches and IoT products.
Established in 2004, the private company showcases BeanIoT, a multi-sensor, system-configurable, IoT hardware platform adaptable to a variety of markets including smart homes, asset tracking, health monitoring and agritech.
Founded in 2013 by a group of entrepreneurial engineers, 1248 helps companies connect their products to the internet without spending time managing infrastructure. This is done via the 1248 Device Manager is Enterprise infrastructure for the Internet of Things.
A social enterprise based in Cambridge, Gene Adviser is a flexible, powerful online marketplace for genetic testing, giving patients and doctors access to genetic testing from leading laboratories across Europe and Worldwide.
A software and app combo that allows consumers to easily call up product information and purchase items they see on screen.
Launched in 2014, GiveVision is a sophisticated software suite that powers smart glasses to be used as eyes for blind people. The growing team includes two blind developers.
A secure one-way group messaging app for teachers to students and parents.
With offices in the UK, USA and Denmark, Nwave enables IoT devices to transmit real-time data over distances of 10km in urban environments using extremely low power and operating off a single battery for several years.
Used by over 1,000 developers, Undo Software is a reversible debugger to find the root cause of bugs, allowing developers to see everything a program has done including every memory access and every instruction executed.
Innovative technology that provides self-organised wireless device communication protocols that have the ability of cognition.
Software product using machine learning and adaptive rules to provide real-time risk assessment of cyber-attacks.
Advanced predictive analytics and machine learning, bringing companies the benefits of condition based maintenance in an easy-to-use way.
Building low power connected sensor networks for use on construction sites and detecting anomalies on machinery in manufacturing plants.