Startup’s of the future to keep an eye on / by Martin Ibsen

New interesting companies and forward-thinking ideas are emerging every day. From different channels I get news and insights on new and promising startups. And right how there is a lot of cool stuff going on. So much that I thought I would make a little list of startup’s to keep an eye on.

So here goes.

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Gravity (UK)

British tech start-up Gravity has invented, built and filed patents for an exoskeleton jet-engine suit that propels humans through the air. Launched in March 2017, the Daedalus suit marks a new category in aviation technology.

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Creoqode (UK)

Nova is a build-your-own AI robot kit from British tech start-up Creoqode that teaches engineering concepts including computer vision, image processing and control theory. The company exceeded its crowdfunding goal on Kickstarter, and Nova will ship in May 2018 for £139 ($182).

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Mobike (ASIA)

Chinese dockless bike-sharing start-up Mobike allows users to rent Internet of Things-enabled bicycles for a tiny fee of $0.07 per 30 minutes. Users unlock them by scanning a QR code on the bike with the app, and can leave them wherever they like.

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Filld (USA)

Californian start-up Filld allows customers to have fuel delivered on-demand, in a time slot and location of their choice. Geo-locative and concierge-based customers need not identity the location or even unlock the fuel cap themselves.

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Roli (UK)

Redefining the way we make music, Roli has developed two products that use tactility and light to provide a new interface for creating sound. The latest product, Blocks, was launched at CES 2017.

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Zero Fat (UK)

A breakthrough anti-ageing and weight-loss programme that incorporates infrared light therapy to boost skin collagen levels, as well as low-impact cardio that allows users to burn 800 calories in a single 45-minute session.

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Rythm (EUROPE)

Rythm’s Dreem headband actively monitors, analyses and stimulates brain waves to promote deeper rest.

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AeroMobil (EUROPE)

AeroMobil has introduced a limited first-edition hybrid car that also functions as a fully working plane.