Five startups stick out among the 2,000 at Internet Summit this season.
Presenting their jobs by the European Union stand, the innovators are handling problems like Alzheimer’s disease and bogus news. We encouraged them to pitch their startup in 20 minutes. Watch them at the movie player, over.
Bedrooms, from Spain, has generated the world’s first immersive projector, an advanced headset-free virtual reality system place to alter the lives of tens of thousands, one of the Alzheimer’s patients. Mixing cutting-edge imagination and technology, the Spanish startup will enable consumers to experience virtual reality (VR) without using cans.
CarVertical, from Lithuania, has made a worldwide decentralized automobile history registry. Their merchandise is revolutionizing purchasing second-hand automobiles. CarVertical enables prospective buyers to look at a vehicle’s complete history online before buying. They promise to discover speed fraud and unreported damages.
X.news, from Austria, gathers and verifies data on a single port. It intends to change journalism by assisting newsrooms and companies form vast amounts of data from internet sources in addition to journals, paid-for papers, and reliable resources, all in one search engine.
Boutique, from Italy, has produced a set of Smart Glasses powered by artificial intelligence that function as a lifeline for maintenance workers and other specialists. The gear is customizable, also enables employees to request live care processes, call distant specialists, recognize components and document operations. “Employees can be associated with a distant expert who will guide them through a tricky surgery,” explained Carratu.
They’re currently trapping events in over eight countries in Europe and Asia.
The Enterprise Europe Network proud itself on being the world’s largest support network for SMEs with global aspirations, with the assignment to provide small them companies advice, and hands-on assistance to help attain their targets.
The Network was started by the European Commission in 2008.