The event which takes place at the Messukeskus Helsinki under the theme, "Human, Responsibility and Technology", focuses on developments in key robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and digitalisation.
Exhibiting Finland’s most prominent technology startups
Finland's most exciting startup companies will be exhibiting in a dedicated, themed area which will include specialists in sensor technology and signal processing, software robotics, sensor systems, and industrial drone inspections.
Teknologia 19 Startup Competition
The event will also play host to the Annual Startup Competition on Wednesday 6 November, with the winner of the competition awarded a stipend of €10,000 donated by the Finnish Fair Foundation.
Six companies have been nominated for this year's finals:
Delicode is a startup focused on machine vision and artificial intelligence applications. Its Signals product is an analytics service that uses machine vision to collect anonymous information about people’s movements and interactions especially for commercial and marketing purposes.
The floor drain developed by Ensavetec offers solutions for new construction and line renovations where the bathrooms are remodelled. The floor drain recovers thermal energy from used shower water and utilises it to heat further shower water.
Huoleti develops digital health and social services. The web-based platform offers tools that make it easier to talk about difficult issues and provides the patient’s loved ones with an easy way to support the patient’s everyday life.
Meluta provides technology development services in sensor technology and signal processing. The company’s special areas of expertise are acoustic and vibroacoustic measurements as well as generating business value from them through algorithms and analysis.
Skillgrower removes obstacles to learning by taking into account the individual needs of each learner, for example, by increasing the number of insights in studying and introducing meaning through a game-based approach.
VimAI specialises in indoor localisation based on machine vision that can be used to create building-wide AR applications. The model enables new, digitally supported operating models in, for example, maintenance and design.
Visit www.teknologia19.fi for visitor registration information.