The IoT Explorer programme formally kicked off on the afternoon of 23 August 2017 with a launch event held at the Tontine building, Glasgow.
All seven Scottish companies awarded a place in the programme were there on the day, along with invited guests from industry, the public sector, Scottish Government and the health service.
The winners all receive up to 20 days’ support from the engineering and project management team at CENSIS. They will also receive access to facilities at Glasgow’s Tontine incubator, exclusive entry to CENSIS’s IoT workshops, and assistance in developing an investor pitch.
The winning companies are:
- Angel Monitors: Allowing custodial staff to monitor detainees’ health
- Attis Fitness: Smart sportswear @AttisFitness
- Beringar: Helping the NHS make better use of moveable assets and facilities @beringarltd
- DeuXality & Stonnivation: Allowing mountain bikers to connect and share data in remote locations. @DeuXality
- iOpt Assets: Property technology to monitor building conditions in social housing @ioptassets
- Safehinge: Doorsets and door components for mental health environments
- SussMyBike: Real-time assessment and optimisation of bike suspension