Predina is an intelligent mobility focused company that offers deep learning to dynamically predict and prevent the risk of road accidents in real time, based on 28 sources of contextual data. Their risk suite predicts the risk score, severity and cause of accidents – dynamically based on changing driver risk, historical accidents and context.
Ultra IoT are an environmental IoT start-up that is building solutions to reveal relevant insights with modular sensors combined with an environmental data analytics platform. Their areas of focus range from applications around air quality, noise and footfall mapping and monitoring, to dynamic traffic management and prediction of air and noise pollution hotspots. Their mission is to make IoT more accessible and generate valuable insights from data that actually matters.
OTA Water are a sustainable water management company whose main focus is developing smart rainwater management systems that enables the capture, control and understanding of rainwater and tackles the growing global problems of flooding and drought. They are pioneering internet-enabled rainwater harvesting systems that provide data on rainfall and water-use and how to better manage water for a more sustainable world.
Aceleron is an award-winning innovative clean technology company that designs and builds advanced lithium battery packs that reduce energy waste, lower energy bills, and helps transition to renewable energy. Through our programme Aceleron hope to secure a pilot project in the City of Exeter to demonstrate and prove their potential to scale up.
200,000 tonnes of sanitary product waste is produced every year – in the UK alone. Polipop is launching the markets first completely flushable and biodegradable sanitary products. Redesigned to have a higher absorbability than current disposable products, and will start to disintegrate within minutes of flushing down the toilet. The Exeter Velocities programme will enable Polipop to pilot and polish their proposition with real customers, before a targeted commercial launch.
Homelync are revolutionising how technology is used in social housing. Their Internet of Things (IoT) integration platform enables social housing landlords to radically transform how they deliver services and how people interact with their home. They are a values-driven company that exists to improve people’s lives and the environment, starting with those who could benefit the most but are sometimes the last to access it. Homelync are also recruiting! They are offering a variety of different roles so if you want to join this exciting startup take a look at their vacancies, here.
39% of our energy consumption and C02 emissions come from our buildings – and is expected to reach 50% by 2030. Larger organisations spend millions of pounds on energy bills whilst 70% of their heated rooms are actually empty, so 40% of their energy is wasted! EcoSync is a cloud-based platform that synchronises room bookings and heating control and so addresses all three issues: CO2 pollution, cost and wasted energy. Their solution is simple: Stop heating empty rooms!
Anaphite is a startup science company founded by two friends studying at the University of Bristol. They help breakthrough technologies in energy storage, air purification and thermal management become commercially viable, by harnessing the amazing properties of Graphene. They hope to help Exeter become a greener city by making highly efficient heating and cooling systems for vehicles and living spaces.
ChargedUp is revolutionising the way you charge your phone on the go. Simply, rent a power bank, charge your devices and then return it to any station across the network. ChargedUp is also powered 100% by green energy, so it’s great for the planet too. Having launched 8 weeks ago, they now have 50 venues live, gained £10k+ of revenue and 5000+ users. They are now raising their pre-series A funding and are looking for value-added investors for this round.
Cities need to better understand their traffic – FlowX use existing underutilised data to help them do just this. FlowX was founded to help city authorities collect better traffic data from their existing CCTV footage. The key goal from joining our programme is to cement a pilot of their innovative concept within the City of Exeter.
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