- 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: Avalia Immunotherapies
About:Platform technology that can be used to design new treatments for cancer, infectious disease and allergy, with an initial focus centring on cancer immunotherapy. Technology from the Malaghan Institute for Medical Research and Victoria University of Wellington.
- Company: CertusBio
About:CertusBio’s sensors will enable real-time analysis of substances that are either used in industry, produced by industry or disposed of as waste by industry, which currently have to be analysed using off-site and offline lab-based techniques. Technology from Lincoln Agritech.
- Company: CropLogic
About: Decision support software used by crop growers and processors to improve yield. Developed by Plant and Food Research.
- Company: Fluent Scientific
About:Fluent detects emotions by tracking micro-expressions using both facial and voice recognition technologies as some emotions are better detected using visual clues, and others using voice clues.
- 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: 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 Technologies
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 Medical
About: Physiological modelling systems using digital sensor technologies. A spin-out from the University of Canterbury.
- Company: Upstream Medical Technologies
About:Upstream has a platform of cardio endocrine biomarkers that accurately diagnose a range of conditions in heart disease and associated complications which are currently problematic for emergency department physicians. Technology from the University of Otago.
- Company: Veritide
About: Real-time bacteria detection technology applied to the food industry for food safety and quality. Developed at the University of Canterbury.