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10 startups solving challenges the aerospace sector faces are selected for the latest ATI Boeing Accelerator. We took a look at the cohort...

The latest startups to join the ATI Boeing Accelerator were announced last week with 10 companies joining the programme.

The startups for the second cohort were selected from nearly 200 applications, from more than 40 countries and range from Hull to Queensland, and the US to Germany. Providing solutions for the aerospace industry such as software to support inflight medical events and emergencies and behavioural science technologies to reduce airlines’ greenhouse gas emissions.

The 10 selected startups are: 

Ai Build (London, UK) Has developed an AI-powered software platform that delivers the world’s fastest and most reliable large-scale additive manufacturing

AireXpert (Buffalo & Minneapolis, US) Enables real-time collaboration tools for airlines and other aircraft operators to reduce delays, lower labour and operating costs, and reduce compliance risk

Datch (San Francisco, US) An intelligent voice AI for industry, enabling frontline workers to capture system information using voice in real-time and intelligently integrating into company databases

HiiROC (Hull, UK) Unique and innovative plasma technology enables a low cost and low emission process for synthetic fuel and hydrogen generation

Makersite (Munich, Germany), A cloud-based product management platform that uses artificial intelligence and graph technologies to understand and improve products from the perspective of their regulatory compliance, environmental impact, supply risk and cost of production

MIME Technologies (Edinburgh & Inverness, UK), Remote medical software to support inflight medical events and emergencies, specifically designed for altitude

Phycobloom (London, UK) Using synthetic biology to reduce the cost of algae biofuels by forcing them to secrete their oil where it can be cheaply collected

Productive Machines (Sheffield, UK), Delivers software that maximises sustainability of machining processes by reducing costs, eliminating waste and improving productivity

SensaWeb (Queensland, Australia), Real-time radiation monitoring solution

Signol (London, UK), The world’s first software to use behavioural science to reduce airlines’ greenhouse gas emissions and increase profits and job satisfaction

Congrats to all 10!

The ATI Boeing Accelerator is a 3-month programme for world-class startups building industry 4.0 and sustainability enabling technologies, with the potential to bolster the growth and competitiveness of the UK aerospace industry.

The programme is delivered in partnership with the Aerospace Technology Institute, Boeing, GKN Aerospace and Ignite. The accelerator offers a £100K equity investment per startup, first-hand access to ATI, Boeing, GKN Aerospace and Rolls-Royce strategists and technical experts, and much more.

 

 

 

 


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Published on: 18th January 2021

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