Berlin Has Five New Deep Tech Stars!
Publish Date: June 16th, 2022
Stephan Schwarz, Senator for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises has presented the Deep Tech Award winners in 2022 in the categories AI, IoT/Industry 4.0, Blockchain, IT Security and Social/Sustainable Tech.
Out of 70 participating startups/companies five were selected by a jury of experts, which could achieve great innovation in their respective fields. In addition to recognition, the winning companies received 10,000 euros.
The Deep Tech Award 2022 is an initiative of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the “State Initiative Project Future” and the “Deep Tech Berlin Campaign”.
Since 2015, the Deep Tech Award has been presented by the Berlin Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises to small and medium-sized companies with innovative and application-based solutions in software and hardware. The competition is endowed with 50,000 euros in prize money and is co-funded by the “European Regional Development Fund” (ERDF).
The Winners in 2022:
Category: IoT/Industry 4.0
micropsi industries GmbH
Micropsi Industries develops software for industrial robots. The product “MIRAI” enables robot arms to react in real time to variances in the manufacturing industry.
Category: IT Security
Verimi offers comprehensive, user-centric and secure workflow components for digitalization of private business processes and public specialist procedures. Users can store their personal identity data in the Verimi ID Wallet, the digital wallet, and then reuse it across other sectors.
NIA HEALTH GmbH.
The Nia Health platform is a full-fledged clinical diagnosis and therapy system using machine vision technology in the field of dermatology. The platform is fully integrated into the existing processes and systems of leading clinics and private practitioners. Patients receive direct and location-independent everyday support via Nia Health’s DTx solutions.
$STYLE.Protocol (styleXchange UG)
$STYLE Protocol is a token ecosystem that allows any NFT to be automatically linked into any metaverse of the owner’s choice.
Category: Social/Sustainable Tech
macht.sprache. (Gasser and von Rath GbR)
macht.sprache checks user-texts for potentially sensitive terms and provides hints for translation. Terms are identified from the growing database. The web app promotes politically sensitive translation and can be used as a browser extension for Google Translate. The product enables users to integrate political sensitivity into their translation work even without specialized knowledge.