Companies in Startup IX
Keep an eye on these exciting companies - our active participants in Startup IX.
Helseboka is a brand new app developed by Norwegian doctors, which makes it easier for you to take control of your own health, and best of all – the app collects everything you need in one place! The company specializes in the use of artificial intelligence against the medical field. Aims to make everyday life easier for both patients and healthcare professionals.
Using groundbreaking research from Tromsø, Chip NanoImaging develops a photonic chip-based micropscopy solution with super-resolution (nanoscopy). The technology makes it possible to see details that are not possible using common optical microscopes.
Using a combination of machine learning and augmented reality (AR), Unifractal develops a tool that recognizes technical equipment using the camera on your smartphone. The Unifractal platform is particularly useful when training new personnel and using technical equipment, such as medical-technical.
Abdera.ai is a startup that wants to tackle the problem of unfair moderation in comment fields. Using machine learning, we employ a model that is trained to help enforce objectivity, fairness and efficiency in online commenting. Abdera wants to help moderators by optimising the moderation process through skilled, real-time detection of harmful comments.
CTD AS increases the expertise and quality of healthcare services through the use of advanced technology and Virtual Reality (VR). The company develops and designs customized digital tools that simplify, streamline and increase the productivity of today's training.
Sonomatrix is developing a new technology for use in ultrasonic systems. The company is a start-up originating from research environments at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
Sulacare has developed a patentable device to simplify urinary catheter insertion in female patients with varying anatomy. This device can improve the patient experience and make the procedure easier for the nurse by freeing up one hand.