Startupbootcamp has announced the names of the 10 startups accepted to its 2016 IoT cohort.
The chosen startups, which are working on a wide range of areas including security, intelligence horse monitoring tech and smart manufacturing, beat more than 400 applicants from 61 different countries.
Startupbootcamp IoT | Connected Devices’ cohort:
- CityCrop (Greece), a connected intelligent indoor garden that allows users to produce pesticide-free fruits and vegetables.
- Doordeck (UK), a hardware and software product for controlling electronic locks.
- Eskesso (Spain), a mobile app, cloud-based online platform and a “sous vide” smart Wi-Fi compatible cooking appliance.
- HomyHub (Spain), a Plug and Play Smart Device for garage doors that lets you control, monitor and share your garage from your smartphone.
- Joyride (Canada), building a tracking device for cyclists and bike fleets.
- Thingtrax (UK), building a tracking solution for Injection Molding machines targeting mid-level manufacturing customers.
- Trackener (UK), an intelligent horse monitoring technology helping horse owners give the best to their horses and alert them if an abnormal situation is detected.
- Woogie (Romania), building a new way of AI interaction with technology especially designed and engineered for kids.
- YodelUP (Canada), an “on-glove” wearable device that enables skiers and snowboarders to instantly access their smartphone and gadgets while wearing gloves.
Each startup will receive €15,000 in cash, office space in London connected to a full fast prototyping lab, and access to a global network of IoT and hardware experts and investors.
At the end of the three-month acceleration period a public Demo Day will be held, with each of the 10 startups pitching in front of investors, angels and VCs.