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Start-up of the day: fintech lends a hand to Italian businesses

The Italian start-up Credimi offers the largest digital platform for invoice financing and digital loans in continental Europe. Credimi provides loan to companies using an almost completely automated risk assessment algorithm, helping companies simplified access to credit. The start-up has...

Start-up of the day: on-the-spot accurate and fast disease diagnosis

Polish start-up Genomtec is trying to introduce a compact and practical device to general practitioners (GPs). This will enable them to analyze samples on-the-spot. As well as help treat symptoms straightaway and stop a disease from spreading further. The diagnosis requires no more than a reduced...

Start-up of the day: designing energy efficient buildings

The Italian energy tech start-up Enerbrain turns regular buildings into smart buildings with their intelligent system. It is deigned to cut energy consumption by up to 30%. The result is improved cost-effective performance, indoor comfort and environmental sustainability. In order to make...

Start-up of the day: vineyards operated by robots

The age when vineyards are operated by robots has arrived. As you read this, a robot could well be helping to cultivate grapes that might be used in your next glass of vino. This is what the French start-up VitiBot is busy with. Vitibot provides winegrowers with robotics and AI so that they are...

Aquatic robot mimics motion of tuna to break speed record

A TU Delft graduate student from Soft Robotics, Indu1strial Design Engineering, has created the fastest swimming flexible robotic fish. Mimicking the movement of real fish, the prototype is able to go as fast as 0.85 m/s. Which is at least 27% faster than what the previous record holder was able...

Start-up of the day: turning non-recyclable plastics into synthetic gas

The majority of plastic that is produced eventually becomes waste. Considering how plastic can take up to 500 years in order to decompose, recycling must take precedence in order to reduce the negative impact that this material can have on our planet. However, not all types of plastics are...

Start-up of the Day: top designs out of European bio-materials

Nid-O is a Spanish start-up that was born out of its funder’s desire to take a hands-on role on the planet’s preservation. Olivia Gauss saw the potential she was looking for in circular materials and furniture design. Nid-O connects thought its website European innovative material...

Start-up of the day: advanced, accessible MRIs

Medical imaging technologies allow specialists to look inside the human body in order to diagnose or monitor certain conditions. Various methods enable the visualization of specific parts of our bodies. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is one of the most versatile methods as it is able to be used...

Start-up of the day: drawing with augmented reality

Learning how to draw has never been easier nor as interesting. The innovative mobile app SketchAR does this by using augmented reality, machine learning and neural networks. It is the first assistant powered by AI for drawing using augmented reality. The best part about the Lithuanian start-up is...

Start-up of the day: driving towards sustainable tourism

Tourism can put a lot of stress on local environments. For example, tourism is responsible for about 5% of global CO2 emissions. The transportation sector is responsible for roughly 75% of these outpourings. While air travel is by far the largest polluter, buses and cars also share some...

Start-up of the Day: know your HIV status in a jiffy

One thing is extremely important in the fight against HIV/AIDS : #KnowYourStatus. As far as the topic of sexual health is concerned and as in any other, knowledge is power. Being aware of your condition can not only save your life and help you live a perfectly normal life, but it will also prevent...

Start-up of the day: Let’s go shopping! -just let me take a selfie first

When someone is shopping online it is not uncommon that they spend quite a lot of time just looking for the perfect item. That one that you really like which  complements your features. The start-up Styleriser has created a technology that is able to cut this time down considerably, as it allows...

Start-up of the day: self-driving transportation

The Swedish start-up Einride define themselves  as the intelligent transportation company. Their autonomous trucks are making the transportation of goods more intelligent, emission-free, safe, cost-effective, and ultimately more sustainable. These self-driving vehicles are fully-electric and...

Start-up of the day: Unpack your home anywhere in the world

It is getting easier and easier to have a nomadic life. Trailers and mobile homes alike have allowed people to move their living rooms around the world. Nevertheless, the start-up Brette Haus SIA has developed the ultimate nomadic house: an elegant wooden foldable house, designed to be easily...

Start-up of the day: helping the brain via music

Music is one of the oldest art forms known by humankind. While it might be difficult, maybe impossible, to know how prehistoric music sounded, we do know it was around. Throughout history, it has been used for entertainment, magic, rituals and religion among many other functional and...

Start-up of the day: looking out for (hu)man’s best friend

A dog is our best friend, always by our side taking care of us. Now we can take care of them in a way that could extend their lives by up to two years. Czech start-up Actijoy offers the technology and equipment needed to track a dog’s wide range of behavioral patterns in order to provide the...

Start-up of the day: fashioning graphene out of food waste

A French start-up has developed a high-quality liquid graphene that can be used in material resistance, thermal management and metal substitution. Unlike graphene oxide dispersion, Carbon Waters’ graphene is 100% pure and stable and it is safe to use in industrial and research settings. Plus...

Start-up of the day: food made from air

A world in which we won’t have to use land or water  in order to produce food is closer thanks to the work of Solar Foods. The Finnish start-up aims to make food without the use of agriculture. They have created Solein, a revolutionary natural single-cell protein resulting from an all- natural...

Start-up of the day: smart technology for more energy efficiency

In Spain, a start-up founded by passionate professionals aims to contribute to sustainable growth and energy renewal. By developing intelligent platforms, SMARTIVE wants to improve operations and efficiency inside the energy market. Just as their name suggests, the start-up is a smart company,...

Start-up of the day: bringing healthcare to your home

Patients with chronic conditions are the biggest users of the majority of healthcare resources. The Norwegian start-up Dignio is working towards a system that allows the patient to be more involved in their treatments themselves, without having to physically go to hospitals or healthcare facility...

Start-up of the day: bound4blue – full sail ahead for a greener future

The start-up bound4blue is helping shipowners reduce their pollutant emissions as well as reduce their fuel-related costs, aiming at shipping vessels in particular. The Spanish start-up has developed a patented foldable, wingsail solution that reduces toxic emissions which are related to maritime...

Start-up of the day: treating mental disorders with virtual reality

Psious is a Spanish start-up that provides dozens of virtual reality environments in order to treat various types of mental disorders. The tool is already a reality in clinical intervention, aimed at psychologists and therapists they can use it as a complementary technology or as a treatment hub....

Start-up of the day: turning indoor CO2 into energy

Human beings spend up to 90% of our lives indoors. Having high concentration of CO2 indoors is not a very difficult thing to achieve, as the air that we inhale turns into CO2. This can affect our cognitive abilities and make us feel tired, resulting in lower work productivity and study results....

Start-up of the day: conquering the world of maps

The fully-grown start-up MapCreator is conquering the map-making world from the centre of Eindhoven. The company provides custom made, easy, fast and accessible mapping solutions for your business. Having been heavily focused on the newsrooms market for the past years, MapCreator is now looking to...

Who should be our Startup of the Month?
  • Field Factors 51%, 151 vote
    151 vote 51%
    151 vote - 51% of all votes
  • Drone Analysis 39%, 116 votes
    116 votes 39%
    116 votes - 39% of all votes
  • Grow X 5%, 16 votes
    16 votes 5%
    16 votes - 5% of all votes
  • We4Sea 5%, 16 votes
    16 votes 5%
    16 votes - 5% of all votes
Total Votes: 299
2 December 2019 - 7 December 2019
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