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Airbus BizLab has selected its new batch from worldwide startups

02.11.2017Companies and Organisations

In October 2017, eleven new startups joined locations in Hamburg and Toulouse, where they will tinker with and perfect their ideas for the aerospace industry.

By being accepted into the programme, these new startups join an illustrious group of 56 startups and projects that have already graduated. Six startups in Hamburg and six other startups in Toulouse started the third season of the Airbus BizLab.


On-boarded in Hamburg campus:

Artisense (Palo Alto, USA): Intelligent sensors for live mapping and computer vision. The data collected feed a new 3D map which enables autonomous navigation.

Alula (Miami, USA) enables the real-time transmission of flight and maintenance data during the flight thanks to a ground-based crowdsourced network of antennas.

Aerial Industries (Nigeria) works with high-performance drones which can operate crops spraying in third world and emerging countries.

Holo One (Switzerland): Augmented Reality platform that allows companies to map their data and processes them in AR. This includes a video sharing mode where experts and employees can cooperate live while doing their tasks.

Neuron SW (Czech Republic): With the help of audio sensors defects in machines are predicted and maintenance times reduced preventing failure.

SkyBuys (Australia) provides an online-to-offline eCommerce store which facilitates the duty-free shopping for passengers and airlines.

eSmart Ground Services (France) connects all ground support to enable smart airport logistics, means more efficient logistics and processes at providing ground service to airplanes.


Welcomed in Toulouse campus:

bizpay (UK) enables consumers to buy airline tickets with instalments. Bizpay's software helps airlines increase profitability and market share.

Broat Bit Batteries (Finland): Novel low cost sodium battery with better performance, scalability, safety & environmental friendliness compared to Lithium-ion.

Iridium Dynamics (Australia) has developed the 'Halo' VTOL UAS: a platform adding extended hover capability to fixed-wing missions.

SAFETYN (France) develops life preservation systems and intelligent assistance solutions for Pilots, unifying Human Factor, Common Sense and Technologies.

VR Nam (Vietnam) A real-time VR application in which trainees can learn/drill flows and procedures until perfection in an immersive 3D cockpit.

Zéphyr Solar (France) develops solar balloons to quickly bring energy and services on isolated sites and promote NGO emergency response.

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