Winners of the Deep Tech Awards 2017 have been chosen!
In taking their decision to choose the Deep Tech Stars, the expert jury consisting of members from industry and science assessed, among other things, the degree of innovation, unique characteristics of the submitted solutions and the benefits and added value from the user’s perspective and for the Berlin ICT market. The following software and hardware solutions submitted by companies from Berlin were awarded 10,000 Euros each:
- “Smart Workspaces” by Sensorberg GmbH
Sensorberg is a young Berlin high-tech company with an IoT portfolio to digitalize complex types of buildings.
- “3DMP®-Technologie/3DMP®-CAM-Software” by GEFERTEC GmbH
GEFERTEC GmbH, founded in 2015, develops new procedures to produce metal components using 3D printers.
- “proANT Technologieplattform für Transportroboter” by InSystems Automation GmbH
InSystems Automation develops automation technology which is provided from one source as customized, cross-sector end-to-end solutions along with machines, software and communication solutions.
- “Starks AR Headset” by Greta & Starks Apps UG
The aim of Greta & Starks Apps UG is to make inclusion with smart technology not only affordable, but also possible in the first place. The company’s products enable people with sight or hearing loss to experience fully accessible cinema together with friends and family.
- “LPWAN-Hardware/Software-Lösungen” by MatchX GmbH
MatchX GmbH is an end2end LPWAN Solution Provider. The company sells hardware, software and cloud services.
- “Virtenio PreonSolution” by VIRTENIO GmbH
VIRTENIO offers innovative and comprehensive solutions to digitalize the supply chain and for applications in the field of “Industry 4.0”.
The “Deep Tech Stars” awards 2017 were presented by Christian Rickerts, Permanent Secretary at the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises and the board members of ICT & Digital Business Association Berlin (SIBB), Thomas Schröter and Dirk Stocksmeier. The event took place at SAP Labs in Berlin.
Christian Rickerts, Permanent Secretary at the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises explains the significance of the Deep Tech Award for Berlin as a business location: “Deep Tech stands for innovations, and innovation is one of the city’s main driving forces. With this in mind, Deep Tech plays a very important role for the city. The appeal and inspiration resulting from the Deep Tech Award reaches far into the digital scene, allowing us to see what really happens in Berlin. For example, the classic small- and medium-sized businesses can draw inspiration in the field of digital transformation from the solutions offered within the framework of the Deep Tech Award“.
“The biggest success of the Deep Tech Award are the winners of the previous year, as they were using the prize to make themselves better known, to do more business and to improve their chances with investors in order to receive more funding. We were already able to see this success for ourselves. Apart from that, we are of course very pleased about the steadily growing appeal and inspiration of the awards. The more is written about the award, the higher the number of participants and visitors and therefore also participation both among the public, the industry and economic policy is growing”, says jury member and <link http://www.sibb.de/>SIBB e.V</link> chairman Thomas Schröter, taking stock after three years of Deep Tech Award.
About Deep Tech Award
Deep Tech Award 2017 is a joint initiative of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, ICT & Digital Business Association Berlin (SIBB e.V.), within the framework of the Project Future state initiative and the “log in.berlin” promotional campaign for promoting Berlin as the place for IT businesses. The award is funded by the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises and the EU and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
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