Technoport has announced 6 new companies as part of its 2019 portfolio. After having accepted Arspectra last March five other innovative and technology-oriented companies have been approved by the incubator’s Board of Directors this July: Anisoprint, ANote Music and CLC Machining – previously part of Technoport’s pre-commercial program – and two foreign companies – ExoAtlet and Hotailors. This brings the total number of Technoport’s officially accepted companies to 152. 71 companies have graduated successfully, out of which 18 got acquired by international/national corporates. Let’s get to know the companies.
photo: Olivier Minaire / Silicon Luxembourg
Arspectra is a healthtech company that specializes in designing novel augmented reality solutions for surgeons. Its proprietary technology enables unprecedented levels of surgical efficiency by using more natural and straightforward medical patient and image data. Arspectra graduated from the Fit4Start program in March 2019.
Find out more on arspectra.com
Anisoprint is an industrial company that specializes in continuous carbon fiber 3D printing for industrial-grade parts.
Find out more on anisoprint.com
ANote Music is the first European primary and secondary market for music royalties. It connects investors with owners of music rights.
Find out more on anotemusic.com
CLC Machining is an expert in the development of new processing techniques for all types of materials, especially with hard turning/milling and threading of white cast iron. It aims to reduce material costs and improve surface conditions.
Find out more on clcmachining.com
ExoAtlet is a Russian healthtech company that creates medical exoskeletons that help with patient rehabilitation, giving them the chance to walk again.
Find out more on exoatlet.com
Hotailors is a Polish travel-tech company that simplifies business travel for corporates and SMEs, saving 90% of their time and up to 30% of their travel management costs. Hotailors has been scouted by Tomorrow Street, a joint-venture acceleration program of Technoport and Vodafone Procurement Company.