24 companies selected for Airbus Bizlab programme

Since starting in 2015, Airbus BizLab has accelerated 50 startups and 40 internal projects, which have raised a combined € 19.5 million.

his year Airbus has selected twenty-four new startups to join its BizLab for the launch of the fourth accelerator programme, providing a platform to develop previously untapped technologies and ways of working in the aerospace sector.

“One of the main criteria used in the selection process were the synergies between the startup projects and Airbus’ innovation strategy” said Airbus in a statement released earlier this week.

The aim of this six-month programme is to encourage the innovation of new technology, by providing a platform where startups and Airbus entrepreneurs can readily convert their ideas into a sustainable and successful business.

These startups will interact with the four bases of Airbus, in Madrid, Toulouse, Hamburg and Bangalore, where they will receive support from an international team of experts from various fields, access to coaching staff and networking opportunities.

The 24 startups selected in the four BizLab campuses are as follows:

Toulouse campus:

  • AVE (France): Develops chimaera polymers by using molecular grafting technology.
  • Caddie Engineering (Bulgaria): New water-based air filtering technology for all biochemical and mechanical pollutants.
  • H24E (United Kingdom): Ultra-short pulse laser that splits water into hydrogen more efficiently than electrolysis.
  • Modularity Grid (United Kingdom): Digital platform that enables mini-grid operators to deliver affordable and reliable electricity in low income communities.
  • Reynolds (Russia): Advanced gas turbine generators for UAV and eVTOL markets.
  • Indiego (United States): Bridging the gap between human mobility constraints and existing transport infrastructure.

 

Hamburg campus:

  • Sensifai (Germany): Automatic video semantics recognition for large-scale

multimedia management.

  • Flugilo (Germany): Parking assistance system designed to reduce the risk and cost associated with aircraft ground operations.
  • TG0 (United Kingdom): Using a single material to sense human touch and build 3D control systems without any electronic sensors.
  • Dino Robotics (Germany): 3D-guided applications for improved robotic bin picking accuracy.
  • Humanising Autonomy (United Kingdom): Culture and context specific platform for improved autonomous vehicle decision-making.
  • Boni Global (Turkey): Adaptive navigation technology for the visually impaired.

Bangalore campus:

  • Flutura (India): Data solutions for process deviations and unplanned downtime for heavy machinery.
  • Trapyz (India): Audience insights platform for mapping real world customer journeys.
  • Gnani (India): Custom AI models for enterprise applications, with a focus on speech recognition and NLP.
  • Hey Flyer (UAE): Platform that consolidates airport information for travellers.
  • Scapic (India): AR/VR platform for customer experience.
  • Agnikul (India): Designs, builds, tests and launches orbital launch systems.
  • Traxof (India): Custom NLP solution for improved human-computer interaction.

 

Madrid campus:

  • Daisho (United States): Secured and centralized management of IoT, mobile, and cloud computing applications.
  • Urban Data Eye (Spain): Health diagnostics of public spaces to address issues related to their safety, congestion and accidents.
  • RECOGNAI (Spain): AI-enhanced analytics solution for large text data sets and structured data.
  • BotsLovers (Spain): AI and NLP-powered bots that improve sales, brand loyalty and customer service.
  • Unblur (Spain): Intelligent platform allowing easy communication and information-sharing among emergency first responders.
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