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FROGS is making and testing prototypes of drone taxis that can carry two passengers for each journey lasting up to 30 minutes. The company also provides drone services for agricultural purposes like pesticide-spraying, terrain monitoring and surveillance.

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.  

Kibus' hardware automatically rehydrates, heats and serves healthy food for pets in the desired quantity and dispensed at the time selected by owners. It uses proprietary food capsules, weighed by sensors and powered by Wi-Fi with a microphone announcing meal times. Remote control via mobile is also possible. 

Evix's technology places speed and tilt sensors and algorithm-refined software inside the cycling helmet to activate the airbag in milliseconds when an accident is detected, protecting the rider's neck and head.

Free Qinlin Kaimen app and security system for smart access and property management services. Residents can also use the app to pay bills and join group buying schemes.QinLin’s media source management platform QADN, programmatic buying platform QADX and data middle platform QDMP enable precision advertising for marketing campaigns.

A cloud-based data aggregator with a user app that displays data on seawater quality collected hourly using sensors placed on buoys above submarine wastewater outlets. The data is processed using algorithms to ascertain pollution. Customization permits predictive data on possible jellyfish invasions and camera use to ascertain beach overcrowding. 

Xrush's gadget may be attached to any regular toothbrush's handle. The gadget is then connected by Bluetooth to a mobile app. Children use teeth brushing movements to control interactive games, which are designed to encourage kids to brush their teeth properly.

FuVeX makes long-range drones with hybrid helicopter and airplane technology for B2B purposes, especially technical inspections. Lineup includes 5 kg drone with 1 kg payload, reaching speeds of 100 km/h with 50 km range; 24 kg drone with 2.5 kg payload, reaching speeds of 125 km/h with 320 km range.

A lineup of rehab robots: X1 and X2 (exoskeletons) for lower limbs, M1 for joints such as ankles and wrists and M2 for upper limbs. Additionally, Fourier Intelligence has launched the Fourier Exoskeleton & Robotics Open Platform System (EXOPS) to facilitate exoskeleton innovation and R&D.

Using its GEEWOO image-identification search engine technology, Haishen's G-BOX AI vending machine cabinets are located in bricks-and-mortar outlets. Customers can open the cabinets by using QR codes. The G-BOX AI will record the items taken and payments are automatically completed via smartphones when the doors are closed.

UTW leverages drone photography and satellite imagery to perform varied, highly-accurate land surveys and technical inspections for B2B clients. It also delivers ML-driven data services for farmers, including crop yield predictions, resource-saving and production-boosting recommendations. Plans to introduce cloud-based SaaS to reach wider clientele.

Four main products are offered: McVision AgriDetector (sensor equipped with UAV to detect crops’ spectral information); McVision UAV McFlyer (control real-time UAV flight speed and pesticide spray); McInfo (big data platform to collect farmland geographic information); and Mcloud (generate maps showing crops’ pest situation for precise pesticide application).

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.

AEInnova’s first product is a waste heat recovery unit (WHRU), a modular and scalable device that recovers residual heat produced from industrial processes and efficiently converts it into electricity. Its other product, INDUEYE, is an autonomous sensor and wireless monitoring device that powers itself using waste heat. 

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