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While Digital Day is about exploring various realms of innovations across Switzerland, it is also the day to discover promising business ideas from the startup scene. On 3rd September 15 startups will take the stage at the main Station in Zurich to pitch before the audience.
Im März erhielt Peripal die Zulassung für ihr Heimdialysegerät. Nun hat das Startup den nächsten wichtigen Meilenstein erreicht: Drei bedeutende Schweizer Krankenkassen vergüten die Kosten des Geräts.
Menhir Photonics, a Zurich based provider of breakthrough ultrafast laser solutions, has signed a partnership with Vescent. The partnership will allow Menhir to bring its ultrafast laser product to the US market.
Following several years of development, AnyBotics has today launched ANYmal C, the long-awaited four-legged autonomous robot for routine industrial inspections tasks. The first ANYmal C robots will be ready for shipment before the end of the year.
The Zug-based AirBie, the developer of a Smart Bike Lock, is among the selected early-stage startups in the 'TechCrunch Top Picks program'. As part of the prize, AirBie will exhibit at the Disrupt conference in San Francisco in 2019.
Six months following its incorporation, Araris Biotech has closed an oversubscribed seed financing round of CHF 2.5 million from Redalpine, Schroder Adveq and VI Partners. The proceeds will flow into the development of a pipeline of proprietary antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs).
The Devcom Heroes Awards honour individuals for their commitment and hard work in the game industry. Among the first winners of the European award is Philomena Schwab, co-founder of Stray Fawn Studio and Vice-President of the Swiss Game Developers Association.
Nexxiot has entered a partnership with Unilode Aviation Solutions to digitize the entire fleet of more than 100'000 Unilode loading devices within the next 18 month. The data will then be processed, analyzed and made available by Nexxiot for Unilode.
Whether it’s the drones or life sciences industry, startups have common objectives when selecting their teams: to benefit from new know-how to bring their startup to the next level. Verity, Fotokite and Metriopharm have recently welcomed seasoned business personalities to their management board.
Swiss researchers want to develop the first-ever automated machine to bioengineer personalised skin grafts for therapy. The denovoCast project, a collaboration between life science start-up Cutiss AG and CSEM, has been awarded a grant of more than CHF 800’000 by Innosuisse.