1.4B invested in Europe’s DeepTech Pioneers
Meet the DeepTech companies shaping HealtTech, ClimateTech and Transport
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Although UK tech investment took a tumble last year the country is still a magnet for investment with more startups than anywhere else in Europe calling the UK home.
From climate and carbon tech leaders to cutting-edge AI businesses, companies exploiting the latest metaverse trends to those solving critical industrial challenges, the UK is home to a thriving deep tech sector. Meet the deep tech companies set for high-growth.
Proximie’s healthcare platform brings together telepresence, content management, and data insights to help hospitals, surgeons, and medical device companies improve patient outcomes and drive productivity. With Proximie, expertise can be shared from anywhere using any device, and data from procedures can be securely captured, managed, and analysed at scale.
Following their Series C investment in 2022, in April this year, they launched PxLens – smart glasses with a 4K-camera to digitise operating and diagnostic rooms. This PxLens is a lightweight, wearable ‘smart glasses’ device – equipped with a 4K camera and embedded software.
The head-mounted device allows surgeons to share a ‘first-person’ perspective of open surgeries and minimally invasive procedures. The device’s integration into Proximie’s cloud-based platform for telepresence, content, and insights from the OR makes the device unique in the market.
The company says that the first-person perspective allows participants observing remotely to have a far clearer picture of the surgery – providing opportunities to advise where necessary and/or learn from cutting-edge surgical techniques.
Rossum solves four key steps in document-based processes… receiving documents across multiple channels, automated understanding, two-way communication to resolve exceptions, and acting on the data using in-depth integrations.
In typical real-world scenarios, Rossum’s proprietary AI engine outranks narrow data extraction solutions in accuracy. Meanwhile, Rossum’s platform automates the document-based communication process end-to-end. Rossum’s goal for every use case is at minimum a 90% document processing speed increase.
Zero-friction deployment: See high AI accuracy right out of the box in Rossum’s free trial and cut down on most maintenance effort thanks to cloud hosting and automated self-learning. Highly customizable: Implement powerful configuration APIs while enterprise users can engage Rossum’s dedicated Global Services team. Unified document gateway: Solve everything from security and compliance to IT and user training in one place by adopting a universally capable document solution.
End-to-end solution: Rossum’s cloud platform takes care of the entire document lifecycle from receiving to internal IT systems posting.
Ably provides a suite of APIs to build, extend, and deliver powerful digital experiences in realtime for more than 250 million devices across 80 countries each month. Organizations like HubSpot and Verizon, depend on Ably’s platform to offload the growing complexity of business-critical realtime data synchronization at global scale.
Our everyday digital experiences are in the midst of a realtime revolution. Whether attending an event in a virtual venue, receiving realtime financial information, or monitoring live car performance data – consumers simply expect realtime digital experiences as standard. As a result, synchronized data in realtime is business critical for many organizations. But building homegrown realtime synchronization capabilities is complex and costly. Ably simplifies this.
In the same way that content delivery networks simplify and underpin large parts of the internet, Ably is the invisible platform and infrastructure layer powering the realtime revolution on a global scale. As the de facto platform for developers at organizations of all sizes, Ably is on track to reach one billion devices per month by 2023.
At Lifebit, we’re pushing forward the frontiers of health and knowledge by democratising access to omics data. We enable all researchers, whether novice or advanced, to run complex analyses and generate meaningful insights fast.
Lifebit CloudOS is the world’s first federated genomics platform for unified and secure research over distributed big data – wherever data resides.
From top tier pharmaceutical organisations to global research institutes to genetics companies and more, Lifebit CloudOS leads the way with our best-in-class UX/UI, seamless integration to open-source tools, marketplace of proprietary ones, powerful cohort browser, and advanced AI functionality.
At Lifebit, we are open source pioneers, innovators redefining our industry. Our driving mission – to revolutionise bioinformatics and biomedical data analysis forever. We are growing fast and looking for more superstars to join our team.
Synthesia.io is an AI video creation tool that allows users to create professional videos by transforming text into speech in a few minutes. They make it easy to create professional videos for your business using AI avatars and voices. The video editor is super easy to use, so you can have a video ready to publish in a matter of minutes. Whether you want to create explainer videos, product reviews, or marketing videos, Synthesia let’s users create content without having to show your face on camera or hire an expensive production team.
It’s the pioneer in AI video technology and counts among its users businesses including Amazon, Tiffany & Co. and IHG Hotels & Resorts.
Levidian is a British climate tech business whose patented technology cracks methane into hydrogen and carbon, locking the carbon into high-quality green graphene. Levidian is a Technology Centre in Cambridge also offers R&D consultancy to companies in the development of graphene-enhanced products.