- Company: ArcActive
About: Battery technology to extend the life of lead-acid batteries in idle emission applications. Technology developed at the University of Canterbury.
- Company: CropLogic
About: Decision support software used by crop growers and processors to improve yield. Developed by Plant and Food Research.
- Company: Hydroworks
About: High-efficiency turbines for electricity generation designed using proprietary computational fluid dynamics software. Power range from 200 kW to 30 MW. Targeting in-race and small hydro applications in Oceania.
- Company: Indigo Systems
About: Environmental monitoring through a low-power, high-range wireless mesh network of sensors. Used by the horticulture and crop industries for measuring soil moisture and temperatures. Originally developed at the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Invert Robotics
About: Invert Robotics has breakthrough technology enabling robots to climb a range of industrial surfaces. This technology is used to inspect industrial vessels quickly and safely. Technology developed at the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Koti Technologies
About: Koti is pushing the boundaries of traditional coating systems in a wide range of applications including Silicon wafer manufacture, aerospace and general manufacturing. Technology developed at the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Lasadex
About: Large scale DNA extraction technology, especially for soil.
- Company: MARS Bioimaging
About: Colour x-ray CT imaging. This technology was developed at the University of Canterbury and CERN.
- Company: Modlar
About: Building Information Modelling is a new way of approaching the design and documentation of building projects. Computer aided design (CAD) models that hold product information.
- Company: Motim Technologies
About: Mobile advertising using virtual reality technology. A spin-out company from the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Photonic Innovations
About: Reliable, calibration-free gas detection using laser spectroscopy. This technology was developed at the University of Otago.
- Company: SolarBright
About: Solar-powered LED lighting for roading and industrial environments including black ice warning systems.
- Company: Syft
About: Super-nose technology for the detection of volative organic compounds. A spin-out from the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Thinking Cactus
About: Software environment for the rapid development of animations. Developed by the HITLab, University of Canterbury. Venture on-hold post Christchurch earthquakes.
- Company: Tiro Lifesciences
About: Physiological modelling systems using digital sensor technologies. A spin-out from the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Veritide
About: Real-time bacteria detection technology applied to the food industry for food safety and quality. Developed at the University of Canterbury.