VC Connect Luncheon
Wed 13. November 2019 at 12:00 - 14:30
· 2/F, Queensway Plaza, 93 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, China
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The VC Connect Luncheon is part of the two-week GreaterBayX Roadshow for which we have selected eight growth-stage mobility scale-ups from Australia, China, India and Europe to drive urban innovation into China's Greater Bay Area.
The invite-only event offers a unique opportunity for the investor community to meet with the eight global scale-ups, which already have a collective funding of more than US$100 million and a combined valuation of over US$300 million.
About the Scale-ups
Deon Digital (Switzerland)
Deon Digital leverages more than 10 years of academic research, a world-class R&D team and the power of distributed ledger technology to turn paper contracts into automatically managed digital contracts in a decentralized business ecosystem.
Hanshow is a global leader in developing and manufacturing Smart Store Solutions. Its intelligence-enabled platforms and systems are the result of continuous innovation, delivering customer-centric insights to help retailers tackle operation woes. The company’s fully integrated electronic shelf labels (ESL) system and Omni-Channel Smart Store Solutions support digitalization-of-store strategies while offer more personalized and seamless consumer experiences. Hanshow currently serves over 8,000 stores in more than 40 countries and regions with more than 30 million ESLs and Smart Store Solutions installed.
Kyyti -- “ride” in Finnish -- approaches Mobility as a Service (MaaS) by bringing all modes of transport into a unified mobility management system with on-demand capabilities. Kyyti’s MaaS solution provides not only an eco-friendly alternative to get users from door to door, but also a tool for agencies and authorities to fill service gaps, better match supply to demand and conduct consumer response experiments.
Liftango’s customized on-demand transport and carpooling solution solves the problems of overflowing carparks and empty buses. Its shared mobility technology not only enables cities, organizations and institutions to increase fleet use and help maximize existing parking space, but also contributes to sustainability initiatives and provide a way for people within their trusted networks to connect and save.
Prophesee AI (France)
Prophesee AI reveals the invisible to machines with the world’s most advanced neuromorphic vision technology. Designed to mimic the human eye and brain, its event-based approach to vision sensing and processing opens vast new potential in areas such as mobile phones, autonomous vehicles, industrial automation, IoT, security and surveillance, and AR/VR. It also improves safety, reliability efficiency and user experiences across this broad range of use models.
Charging electric vehicles with energy from renewable resources wherever they park – this was the goal when Ubitricity was founded. With their portfolio of Mobile Metering solutions and affordable charging infrastructure, the company has become one of the leading providers of intelligent solutions for charging and billing electric vehicles.
Ultra-MTS offers a new and innovative on-demand transit solution for urban connectivity. Its small, driverless electric vehicles that run on guideways and originally developed for London’s Heathrow Airport have been given the mandate to expand on a global basis. The lightweight and flexible nature of the Ultra-MTS system enables its Ultra Pods to be retrofitted into a broad range of environments while offering personal transport with no waiting.
Xenon Automotive (India)
Xenon Automotive’s ClearQuote solution has revolutionized the automotive lifecycle by leveraging AI/computer vision technology to assess car damages and then instantly generate repair estimates based on images and videos captured through regular smartphones. The system has been used by the insurers to make underwriting decisions, speed up claims process as well as the mobility providers to remotely monitor fleet condition and automate handovers with the customers. Repair workshops use ClearQuote to generate standardized repair estimates offering transparency to their customers.