Archbee is an information technology company that specializes in providing developer tools in the fields of engineering. It helps engineers to disseminate real-time information about planning on their construction tem. The company was founded in 2019 and headquartered in Delaware, United States.
Archdesk is a type of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software that is geared towards general construction workers, specialist contractors, as well as fabricators. The main goal behind the project is to provide clients with a cost-effective, time-saving solution that can help them take total control of their own construction projects in a comprehensive, simple way. Thanks to Archdesk, you have more control over your labour costs, and you can vastly improve your company workflow. All business activities of your company can be greatly boosted, from the functioning of your office, through estimation, project management, accounting, and even the manufacturing process itself.
In five years, Cera has expanded to 10,000+ staff across the UK and Germany, delivering 40,000+ healthcare visits a day, and has grown from zero to nearly $300M revenues. Every day, Cera delivers healthcare services equivalent to several dozen hospitals or 1,000 care homes, and has grown 100-fold over the past two years making it one of the fastest growing businesses in Europe. Cera currently holds more than 300+ partnerships with the NHS and local authorities, and the company’s technology is used by 2,000+ businesses nationwide. It’s technology predicts health deteriorations in patients 30-fold faster than traditional care companies, with its Professional Carers and Nurses responding to over 5,000 ‘high risk’ alerts each day. Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cera has delivered 10 million healthcare visits in people’s homes, created 10,000 jobs, and licensed it’s recruitment technology to the UK Government Department of Health to recruit 50,000+ people into healthcare careers. Cera was co-founded by entrepreneur, physician and policy expert Dr Ben Maruthappu, and its advisory board is chaired by Sir David Behan, the former CEO of the Care Quality Commission. Cera’s technology and care network have been recognised by over 30 industry awards including Deloitte Fast 50 (#8 in 2021, down from #26 in 2020), Sunday Times Fast Track and Most Outstanding Home Care Provider.
Codasip, a founding member of the RISC-V Foundation (riscv.org) and a devoted supporter of open standards, has been the first IP vendor to provide tool for automatically tailored RISC-V processor IP. Codasip’s silicon-proven Studio tool suite enables IoT developers to easily produce RISC-V processors optimized for specific software applications, supporting creation of truly extraordinary devices for the IoT. Codasip began operations as a spinout from the Brno University of Technology in 2006. Initial development was based on the PhD thesis of Codasip’s founder Karel Masarik(CEO/CTO), and in early 2014, their technology was ready for commercial deployment so they formed Codasip and raised the first funding round of $2.8M led by Credo VC with additional investment by the founders of AVAST and AVG Technologies managers.
Commsignia specializes in the research and development, manufacturing and distribution of cooperative intelligent transportation systems. Its product line includes a V2X Communication Software Stack and Commsignia’s own security stack implementation, Hybrid V2X/ADAS Safety Applications, a V2X Simulator, On-Board Units (OBU) and Roadside Units (RSU). The company was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
Comprimato provides GPU accelerated storage compression and video compression solutions for media & entertainment and geospatial imagery technology company’s. Our goal is to commodify software processing of Ultra HD 8K and 360/VR videos. Comprimato team pioneered the research in the field of video compression algorithms for parallel GPU architecture. We continue to push the boundaries of today’s GPUs to deliver even faster compression solutions.
Continuum Industries has developed a technology that is changing the way planners and engineers design and deliver infrastructure projects. Our AI-driven product lets users automate their existing design process for infrastructure projects, capture as much geospatial and engineering detail as they want, and iterate through millions of design options to find the best ones. The core is our optimisation engine, which sits in the cloud. It’s powered by evolutionary algorithms, a soft type of artificial intelligence. The beauty of it is that users can build their own design rules into the engine and retain full control over the way it works.
Deepnote is building the best data science notebook for teams. In the notebook, users can connect their data, explore, and analyze it with real-time collaboration and version control. Users can easily share project links with team collaborators, or with end-users to present polished assets. All of this is done through a powerful, browser-based UI that runs in the cloud. We built Deepnote because data scientists don't work alone.
ElevenLabs is a voice AI research & deployment company with a mission to make content universally accessible in any language & voice. ElevenLabs creates the most realistic, versatile and contextually-aware AI audio, providing the ability to generate speech in hundreds of new and existing voices in over 20 languages. As a technology research company, ElevenLabs is at the forefront of developing new cutting-edge voice AI. We deploy the most advanced models and features accessible via web app or API to a user base from creators to publishers and beyond.
Fabrica Robotics builds automatic tile grouting robots to boost construction productivity. We are working towards a robot that is able to automatically grout and clean tile gaps with only a press of a button and humans only having to remove tile spacers initially and reload grout and cleaning water. This would likely boost productivity by at least 10x with an ROI of a year or two for our clients. We are currently working on our industry ready prototype after initial successful tests integrating our software system with a physically moving tile grouting robot. As we are unlikely to make major changes to our designs, we have started the patent filing process so that we can take our prototype to industry trials in mid March.