Startups from our South Korea program

By June 6, 2020 August 7th, 2020 Our Startups, South Korea

Meet the participants of our August 2020 program! 

Actyx (Smart Manufacturing Software) offers a new developer infrastructure to rapidly build digital shop-floor solutions. At the core of its offering is the decentralized edge-computing platform ActyxOS, which provides high reliability, flexibility and scalability whilst providing the best experience through integrated dev tools to developers to rapidly build digital shop-floor solutions. The platform is the basis for a wide range of value-creating solutions such as worker assistances apps on mobile devices, decentralised autonomous transport vehicles or modular production cells.
Goals for the program: To learn how to successfully conduct business in South Korea and validate Actyx’s product-market fit by connecting with relevant prospective customers.

aspUraclip (Medical Devices) is the world’s first and only mini-inhalators, a user-friendly way to inhale essential oils. Our mini-inhalators can be used everywhere – home or underway. They ensure a continuous emission of essential oils over a long period of time. aspUraclip is patented, designed and made in Germany that made its breakthrough on the German market thanks to the show “Die Höhle der Löwen”, the German version of Shark Tank.

Goals for the program: To assess whether South Korea is a potential market for our products and to find strong potential partners to enter the market.

HRForecast (HR Software) answers today’s and tomorrow’s questions of Human Resources managers by utilizing the power of data. Our mission is to help companies bridge business strategy and workforce requirements to build long-lasting and trustful relationships. Our vision is to provide Smart work for a better world – create organizations, where people can develop themselves. 

Goals for the program: To establish a footprint in South Korea.

Infrasolid (Smart Manufacturing Hardware) develops and manufactures high-performance infrared radiation sources for use in NDIR gas analysis and IR spectroscopy. Typical applications are in the fields of environmental protection, exhaust gas measurement, explosion and fire protection, in building services engineering and medical technology.

Goals for the program: To gain market knowledge and to establish relationships with potential business partners (distributors) or customers

iVE.ONE (FinTech, Blockchain) by Agora Innovation is a global service provider for creating compliant digital securities and offers a marketplace for alternative assets investors looking to diversify their portfolio. Headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, founders Phong Dao, Evgeny Matershev, and Robert Malec developed the blockchain-based platform iVE.ONE, to enable companies to raise capital for projects in various fields in a secure and cost-effective environment. The core vision of Agora Innovation is to build an eco-system that provides better digital assets for everyone.

Goals for the program: To expand our existing network, look for Proof of Concepts (PoCs) with corporates and open for Venture Capital.

Wingcopter (Logistics) creates technologies to save and improve lives and their vision is to create a better tomorrow for everyone by building the future of aviation. Wingcopter’s transport drones, developed for humanitarian and civil applications, have been used in projects delivering medicines, vaccines, blood, and lab samples over long distances to areas that are hard to reach. 

Goals for the program: To explore the opportunities within the South Korean market.

Meet our past participants 

Dopavision (HealthTech) is developing a digital therapy for myopia which can be seamlessly and invisibly integrated with the use of a smartphone. Myopia is a visual condition that affects on average every third person globally, a share that has increased rapidly during the last two decades. The goal of the Berlin-based startup is to develop a clinically validated therapy for myopia progression in children and adolescents.

Eye2you (HealthTech) fights preventable blindness with artificial intelligence and smartphones. With their solution, general practitioners, nurses, or caretakers can provide eye examinations to their patients on an expert ophthalmologist level. The AI guides the examination and provides an understandable analysis, so the medical personnel can decide if an expert consultation and treatment is necessary. This way eye2you improves eye care coverage and helps detecting diseases early.

Least Authority (CyberSecurity) builds and supports the development of secure and usable technology solutions. They offer security consulting services for tech products and distributed systems, especially focused on applied cryptography and data security.

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