Skylab's Current Early Stage Startups

Skylab DTU

writer icon Laura Jensen     Laura Vinck   |   Startups     🕐 19. Feb. 2020

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has an incubator program running at their Startup Hub: Skylab.

The incubator is for early stage startups who are in the phase of figuring out their product and market fit.

"We will work with you on identifying the best version of your product to start out with, and identifying the most accessible first customer segment," Skylab write on DTU's webpage.

As part of the incubator at Skylab, startups have got free access to the workshops, meeting rooms and other facilities in Skylab. In addition to this startups will have regular meetings with a startup coach, and be invited to regular talks and sessions with the other incubatees.

Here are the current incubatees of Skylab:

AtSpiro is developing a novel device that upgrades current research use-cases within fermentation process optimization, by adding online control and data collection. This helps companies like Novozymes and Christian Hansen bring new products to the market faster and at lower production costs. The atSpiro system is an add-on to the existing equipment and therefore much cheaper than the integrated system sold on the market.

Defudger is a complex, three-layer detection tool for the verification of digital content. The tool reveals forgery and falsification of images, videos and deepfakes with the highest accuracy of any detection tool.

Henlez is pioneering a unique, preventive treatment platform for multiple incurable and debilitating hair follicle-linked skin diseases. Using advanced enzyme technology in collaboration with Novozymes, Henlez could ultimately transform the lives and wellbeing of a large number of patients.

Incept Sustainability
Incept Sustainability is an online learning and analytics site with simple and short guides introducing topics within the field of sustainability designed to be shared and completed by an entire organisation.

ServedOnSalt is developing a heat battery that will store solar energy for clean cooking in Kenyan slums. The principle behind the battery is salt hydration, which allows for high energy density storage with long storage times.

TransSense is a research-based startup working on assistive technology for blind and visually impaired people. TransSense aims to help improve the quality of life for blind and visually impaired persons by offering a novel hand-wearable smart device that can aid the user in their everyday tasks of finding belongings and moving around.

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