Disrupt is back in Berlin, where 15 teams have just taken the stage as part of the start-up battlefield.
Each startup presented its product and answered questions from our experts. Subsequently, we reduced it to five companies, which will compete tomorrow to win 42,000 euros and the Battlefield Cup.
Tune in tomorrow at 3:10 pm Berlin time to watch the final.
Blik aims to modernize the process of knowing what's in your warehouse, where certain items are stored and where they are in the production process. To do this, it uses a combination of wireless sensors and indoor location.
Caspar Health wants to make rehabilitative care easier and more accessible. The digital platform allows physicians to assign customizable therapeutic plans to patients as a result of an injury, surgery or other medical event, to which patients access then via a mobile application.
eTrack Tech aims to ensure that equipment works properly so employees are safer and industrial companies can save money on one of their biggest expenses. The company's device looks like a router with a range of multifunction sensors, with data transmitted to a hub device for colelction and analysis.
The Lia Diagnostics pregnancy test will be the first disposable test available on the market, providing a more durable, disposable, convenient and private way for women to know if they are pregnant or not. Unlike traditional tests, Lia tests are made from a special paper that will disperse in water and will biodegrade.
Wandelbots focuses on solving a key problem in robotics. His first product is a sensor-loaded suit that a person can wear to demonstrate his actions so that a robot can then replicate what he's doing.