While, Amsterdam is the most popular destination for startups in the Netherlands, other cities are also catching up. Recently, Yes!Delft tech incubator has selected 6 brand new tech startups for its accelerator program.
Ahead, we spotlight on these awesome tech Dutch startups which will team up to join the incubator and deserve your full attention. Take a look at it below.
Envision, it’s a software platform and app that enables people with visual impairments to live more independently. Users can shop, use public transport, read menu’s and much more. Their system also helps users to read texts, recognize faces and objects and describes scenes.
2. AnyThing Connected
Founded in 2016, anyThing Connected has made an internet-connected sticker that allows any product to tell you when it will break down, by simply sticking it on the side.
Nurtio is a smart virtual gardener for offices. Using the latest IoT developments, it allows anyone to take proper care of office plants, even if they have no gardening knowledge at all.
3D Printed hand braces have been a promise for too long. Together with medical professionals Manometric develops the workflow of the future: finally making beautiful and comfortable hand braces a reality.
uPRAX aims to make vaccines accessible to everyone by introducing microneedles for end-users. With a size of less than 1mm, it reduces pain and the chance of infection, whilst also removing the need for doctors and costly distribution channels.
Festival stages are mostly made of straight or circular pieces. Limited options for truly crazy shapes. Our product: A truss module which can build ANY shape! Additionally, it comes with software to generate and engineer the structure in one click!
Meanwhile, YES!Delft looks to support ambitious Dutch entrepreneurs to build their own company to great heights. The incubator in Delft offers programs for tech startups in the areas of Blockchain, MedTech, Artificial Intelligence, Aviation, CleanTech, Robotics and Complex Technology.
For more updates on the sizzling startups of the Netherlands, stay tuned to Silicon Canals.