Japan showcases start-up talent
Japan External Trade Organisation is promoting seven Japanese start-ups at GITEX Technology Week.
Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) is promoting seven Japanese start-ups at GITEX Technology Week. Companies exhibiting in the start-up hub in the new Zabeel halls include 3D printer manufacturer Bonsai Lab, which is showcasing its FabPod printer for STEM education in schools.
Teleporter creates humanoid tele-presence robots can be controlled remotely, while Pyrenee Drive is a driving assistance device that helps avoid accidents by monitoring road conditions through stereo cameras.
Livetrac provides high speed motion analysis to help athletes analyse their performance as well as daily sleep, exercise, nutrition and training. Secual is a smart home security solution that detects break-ins at homes and offices and sends alerts to smartphones, which can then be shared among co-workers and families.
NetLED allows control of LED lighting through a cloud-based system, whereby users can control illumination only when, where, and to the degree needed, which helps conserve energy and reduce costs. Cerovo focuses on creating networked devices for consumer and professional users. Cerovo’s Tipron is a home robot that can project an 80-inch screen from a distance of three metres.