Get to know the startups of the current batch of Bosch´s incubation program Startup Harbour and learn more about their products and services.
Autonomous maintenance calls via a scalable IoT platform
annea.ai provides a scalable IoT platform to enable mechanical systems to autonomously call out for maintenance if one of their components will malfunction in the future, based on an automated predictive engine. The annea.ai platform reduces unplanned downtime, maintenance cost and helps to increase the profitability of the assets.
Making buying and caring for plants effortless, enjoyable and smarter
horticure is a platform for plant care services and products. Indoor plants connect us with the outdoors in our increasingly urban environments, and bring a sense of wellness to both home and work, as the two increasingly merge. horticure aims to make buying and caring for plants an effortless, enjoyable and smarter (“connected”) process.
Re-inventing after-sales processes and product interactions
prodisfy reinvents after-sales and product interactions by reducing friction to zero. The product assistant helps users to manage products and get things done smoothly. For brands, prodisfy builds a full-stack platform that digitizes their after-sales processes by enabling all stakeholders incl. field service technicians and consumers.
Measuring chemical nutrients for agricultural water management
Watergenics builds an affordable, accurate and autonomous sensor-network for measuring nutrients in agricultural water management. The solution helps farmers to be law compliant, to certify their products and to improve production efficiency while strengthening natural ecosystems.
Digital and secure access management based on decentralised technologies
YPTOKEY is a software company that provides a digital and secure access management solution based on decentralised technologies and is therefore positioned at the center between assets (e.g. vehicles, locks), mobile devices and decentralised networks. This solution will change the experience around opening and sharing access of assets, because the users’ identities become their key for everything. Users will receive autonomy over their assets and hence a significantly higher comfort and flexibility. Besides, businesses gain the opportunity of cross-industrial service innovation due to the easy third-party integration. Moreover, they avoid the vulnerability of a central point for sensitive data.
Learn more about the startups from the previous batch of the Startup Harbour.
Connect IoT devices to blockchain
AnyLedger provides the whole software stack needed to connect IoT devices to a given blockchain, allowing companies to easily develop IoT-blockchain applications without worrying about the underlying technical complexity. The main innovation is the development of the first open-source blockchain-agnostic embedded wallet.
Helping self-driving cars to understand humans better
Phantasma Labs offers simulation as a service for selfdriving cars and builds virtual worlds with different cultural contexts. On a platform, real people are selected to interact as urban participants simultaneously and in real time. Their behavior is captured and annotated synthetic datasets are generated automatically.
Scalable, mobile-adapted blockchain to build decentralized applications
zkSystems provides IoT devices with the capability to outsource computation and storage to a public peer-to-peer network in a decentralized setting with incentivized verifiable computation. The protocol is based on decentralized ledger technology (DLT) and is optimized for a novel user model. ZkS aims to make blockchain mainstream.
Monitor the quality of drinking water
MamiWata’s mission is to develop cost-effective and easy-to-use IoT-based devices and to develop specific sensor solutions for water-quality monitoring based on environmental requirements. This information is shared with the community and government, and it can be uploaded whenever a connection is available.