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ArmMotus™ M2 Pro and OTParvos for upper limbs; HandyRehab™ for hands; exoskeleton robots ExoMotus™ M4 and H4; balance assessment and training system BalanceMotus™; active and passive training systems CycleMotus™ A4 and B2L. It has also launched the Fourier Exoskeleton & Robotics Open Platform System to facilitate exoskeleton innovation and R&D.

Modoo Pro is a flat cordless disc that can be attached to a belt placed around the abdomen of the expectant mother to monitor fetal movements and heartbeats from the 28th week of pregnancy onward. Users can check the results and consult with licensed doctors via Moodo app.

Digitanimal provides internet-free livestock geolocalization via a wearable sensor using Sigfox tech and a solar-powered antenna or satellite.The sensor has six-month battery duration, algorithim-defined health monitoring and estrus detection. VardiaN provides geolocalization and abnormal movements of high-risk workers. Cattlechain provides a blockchain-enabled welfare seal guaranteeing EU regulatory compliance.  

A mobile-based technology comprising over 70 hyper-realistic virtual environments created through VR, AR and 360º videos. Used by psychologists and therapists as complementary solutions to treat mental disorders like anxiety and phobias like acrophobia, claustrophobia, fear of flying. Also used for relaxation and mindfulness therapy for better mental health.

Sennotech's AI-based gait analysis system Senno Gait (a pair of smart insoles, a sensor and an app) collects data from over 30,000 points on the foot and generates a real-time analysis report wirelessly using cloud-based algorithms. The startup also sells SennoFit custom insoles, priced at around US$50 per pair.

DyCare has two clinically-validated home-based systems for musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Lynx and ReHub use wearables containing two or four sensors depending on need. The sensors are connected via Bluetooth to a dashboard for professionals allowing real-time evaluation according to biochemcial parameters. ReHub includes a 5G cloud-based dashboard with smart exercise kit.

Mobvoi sells products, including smart watches, headsets, smart speakers and smart rear view mirrors, most of which are based on the startup's voice recognition technologies. In addition to consumer products, Mobvoi also provides businesses with voice interaction solutions such as chatbots and AI voice chips.

Brain Cyb offers hardware and software products for use in research institutes and hospitals. Its hardware products include electroencephalogram (EEG) caps, EEG electrodes, and EEG processors. Its software products include EEG acquisition software, EEG analysis software and brain-computer interface (BCI) software. All products can be customized according to clients’ needs.

Using a proprietary radio protocol, this GPS pet tracker lets owners set safe boundaries and track their pets. The waterproof product also monitors pets’ health and vital statistics. No SIM card, cell coverage, monthly fee required. Owners get rewards (e.g., discounts) for completing daily goals (walking for a mile).

App for golfers offering accurate GPS distances for 40,000+ courses, score trackers, performance statistics, course discovery and a global golfing community. With its Premium plan, users get features such as advanced statistics. Available on iOS, Android, Apple Watch and Android Wear. For golf courses, the Hole19 SaaS is available.

Led by Ben Einstein, the Boston-based venture capital firm focuses on startups involved in hardware and software development. The VC invests up to US$500,000 in pre-seed, pre-product startups to Series A funding rounds. The firm has investment and engineering departments that provide engineering and product design support services. It has worked with Google, Ferrari and Disney.

Xiaochang Shuimu Investment was founded by Tang Binsen (He founded another company focusing on online games).

Mastercard, established in 1966, has made 12 acquisitions to date and has a special interest in secure payment systems and different technologies associated with their implementation.  It has a special interest in secure payment systems and different technologies associated with their implementation. Since launch in early 2014, MasterCard Start Path, the company’s effort to support innovative early stage startups around the world, has partnered with over 40 startups across the globe in areas including biometrics, big data, wearable technology, beacons, B2B payments, and logistics. 

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