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‘This is a crate…’ The very first sentence used in the final pitch for the YES!Delft AI Blockchain Validation Lab, by co-founder Milou Klooster. And it makes sense because this what it is all about; RTIBlockchain. Together Milou (Retail supplier) and Yves (load carrier management consultant) connect domain knowledge from load carrier management to technology to make the world a bit more efficient. We challenge the existing way of working in a non-legislated and decentralised administrations and found out thinks can be organised differently.
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Certainly, summer is not slowing YES!Delft startups! Are you curious to see what everyone has been up to? Read all about it in this top 10 tech startup success stories. Featuring among others: Hardt Hyperloop’s first functional hyperloop in Europe, aQysta’s brand new pump in Spain and last but not least, Envision and Dutch Analytics at Startup Tuesday in YES!Delft The Hague.
This AI/Blockchain Validation Lab alumnus just launched the first phase of their decentralized AI platform. Consequently, data science teams can upload their vast quantities of data – for example for a chatbot. Finally, ambassadors around the world then structure, enrich and annotated it. In this aspect, it works similarly to Mechanical Turk.
Commercial Director Jaap Hoogland received the prestigious Red Dot Design Award for the design of the Skelex360. The design for the exoskeleton with its high ergonomic wearability was made in collaboration with Van Berlo. Above all, The Red Dot jury praised the way the Skelex360 supports wearers without limiting their freedom of movement.
Last year’s EIT Health Validation Lab winners — AidX Medical got the chance to pitch on national radio, in BNR Zakendoen. Co-founder Mirte Vendel represented the MedTech startup and impressed the jury of entrepreneurs with her pitch. Their product makes malaria detection cheaper, faster, accessible to all and more reliable. Finally, their goal is to enable malaria diagnoses to be executed without the need for medical expertise, to be implemented in rural areas.
Four YES!Delft startups, Physee, Envision, CloudCuddle, and Kitepower, have been nominated in the Innovation top 100 by the KVK (Dutch Chamber of Commerce). Finally, the exact raking will be presented by the jury on September 25. Moreover, Robotics startup Somnox and CleanTech startup Qlayers were featured in the KVK YouTube series Beyond Business.
On the 25th of June YES!Delft The Hague was proud to host Startup Tuesday! This weekly event is a collaboration between the innovative hubs in The Hague with the aim to strengthen connections and support impact-driven entrepreneurship. Certainly, it’s the perfect occasion to learn from experienced startup founders! Therefore, YES!Delft The Hague had local AI startups Envision and Dutch Analytics to pitch to the visitors. Startup Tuesday is a collaboration between The Hague Tech, Impact City, The Hague Humanity Hub, Apollo 14, and World Startup Factory.
For mobile-savvy PowerPoint and Google Slides users, who want to enrich their audience experience, Hypersay is a cloud based presentation delivery platform that builds social interaction around slides content.
“Being part of a technology incubator like YES!Delft has given us a stamp of approval. We’re part of an ecosystem that is innovative and inspiring”
Maester is an e-learning platform to distibute knowledge in a very effective way even if the subject is boring. We automatically give feedback on the content and we add gamified and social components to make learning fun.
Stress’ deadly toll may be rising but startup iThrive delivers the antidote by helping one to live by their purpose, while being happy and thriving.
iThrive program offers an evidence based behavior change training that has proven to be 5 more times effective than the golden standard. After a 7-session intake, the user can continue to have bi-weekly coaching conversations plus a daily check-in with the supportive chatbot artificial intelligent (AI) coach Jean, who is available 24/7 – as long as the user has a smartphone at hand.
iThrive has run a couple of B2B pilots and is gearing up to crack the code of empathy and happiness for AI with innovation funding.
Hubert replaces traditional surveys with intelligent chatbot conversations and helps you get comprehensible insights. Hubert is the perfect combination of chatbot technology and advanced, automated text analytics.
Since the start, the team focused on user-friendly conversations that will engage even the most reluctant respondent and they are constantly working on new ways to analyze and present data so it will matter to your company from day one.
BLACKBEAR® connects the best young talent to companies, helping them solve their business challenges. By gaining access to young talent, companies are able to solve business challenges with additional brainpower, which in turn helps to stimulate their growth. Companies can easily define their own business challenge and offer it to the young talent to tackle. In this way our platform makes it easy, accessible and fun to find young talent and benefit from their energy and knowledge without the normal consultancy and resource hiring costs.
PlagScan is a first-rate plagiarism checking software, widely used by academic institutions and businesses to automatically ensure originality in documents.
“Thanks to YES!Delft, PlagScan had the opportunity to validate our business model and ideas with a radical new approach that every startup of any age should never forget: get out of the building and validate your ideas; ask your customers and don’t just assume that what you believe is what they need; and learn how to ask the right questions.”