In a globally connected world, technology giants, industry corporates, and SMEs alike need to keep up with ever-accelerating change. And first and foremost: they must collaborate. Never before has it been so important to share knowledge about innovations and to benefit from each other's insights. Especially for corporates, the flexible structures and innovative technologies of startups offer many advantages.
The start-up Meshmerize from the eastern German city of Dresden specializes in wireless mesh networks for everything from industrial AGVs to autonomous drones. In October the company won the second Start-up Games competition. The Digital Hub Initiative sat down for a chat with CEO Sreekrishna Pandi.
The Digital Hub Initiative spoke with CEO Robert Heinecke of Breeze, the winner of the first Start-up Games competition in July 2020, about what the event meant to him and his company and how they’re trying to improve the quality of the air we all breathe.
Social distancing, travel restrictions, and home office make it hard for start-ups to pitch physically to potential investors. But start-ups and investors can still get together virtually.
In the future, cities will face the challenge of optimising and digitally controlling their water supply. The Potsdam-based company Vragments is developing specific apps and augmented reality applications to take us on a virtual tour to the groundwater.
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