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LayerLogic

LayerLogic’s advanced biosensor technology rivals the sensitivity of PCR tests but offers the distinct advantages of full portability and immediate digital results. Capable of detecting and quantifying any bacteria, virus, fungi, or molecule, our biosensors ensure rapid and precise monitoring in various products and environments, such as fish, cheese, and food production facilities. This enables real-time quality control, minimizes contamination risks, and upholds the highest food safety standards. With LayerLogic, customers benefit from a secure and reliable production process, reduced costs across the supply chain, and decreased food waste. Ultimately, our technology not only prevents serious illnesses but also boosts revenue. It all boils down to one critical factor: TIME.

Galaxy Biosolutions

We’re at the forefront of developing cutting-edge fermentation-based technologies using tailored microbes. Our focus spans across the realms of microbes and fermentation processes, designed to make an impact in diverse industries including food, pharmaceuticals, and biochemistry. Join us on our journey of innovation and discovery!

Ambidex

Ambidex’s innovative software solution makes it possible for supermarkets to transform their refrigeration systems from an untapped resource into a new revenue stream, by using them as balancing services for the national electrical grid.

By using supermarket refrigeration systems to balance and stabilize the national electrical grid we pave way for the usage of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, which have a less predictable power output and need the stability.

Valys

Valys sensors streamline water purification

The technology behind the company is based on fluorescence spectroscopy research by Professor Kathleen Murphy at Chalmers. The founding team also includes business developers Andrej Krsteski and Sari Alsibai, who have backgrounds in economics, production development, and Chalmers Entrepreneurship School.

Today, water treatment plants use an excessive amount of chemicals unnecessarily. Additionally, activated carbon filters are not utilized to their full capacity. Valys aims to change that with technology built on 20 years of research at Chalmers.

Algeno

Traditional control of heating systems for residential buildings relies on simple feed forward controllers that only consider the current outdoor temperature when deciding the level of the output from the heating systems. Algeno provides cloud based algorithms and services that combine AI and model predictive control (MPC) to better control the systems and reduce the energy consumption of the buildings.
The technology was developed in collaboration with Fraunhofer-Chalmers Center (FCC), Örebrobostäder, Chalmers and Energimyndigheten and is currently implemented in over 300 heating system centrals all around Sweden.

ANYO Labs

ANYO Labs is an early drug discovery company with a novel patent pending artificial intelligence scoring method unlike any other on the market. With the help of molecular biology scientists and professor, this unique method allows for extreme data and energy efficient ways of finding drug compounds for further testing in the lab and clinical trials. 

The market potential is very large and is targeted towards chemisty research facilities as well as small and big pharmacauticul institutions. 

We have incorporated in december 2022, secured funding from Chalmers Ventures, have validated our technolgy through benchmarks, case studies, customer interviews, a pilot project, and are in discussion with a research facility as well as a global pharmaceutical company about further projects and further collaboration. We have also recently filed for a patent. We are now looking into synthesising our own compounds and compare them to our predicted parameters to validate our technology even further. 

Braviz

The journey toward Digital transformation in Industries is creating a very fragmented data ecosystem. Engineers need to make decisions based on data, but the problem is that there is a lot of data, which is either not accessible or is often presented in a way that is difficult to understand. This makes data-driven operations and decision-making inefficient and unscalable.

Braviz streamlines industrial intelligence, making it more accessible and consumable for engineers. The platform serves as a hub for aggregating data and fostering ad-hoc analysis. It unifies the platform with engineer-driven analysis, and AI-assisted analytics, and seamlessly integrates with external AI models.

Our goal is to make it effortless for engineers to access the data they need for decision-making. By giving them the help of a virtual data scientist that can easily dig out insights, we make sure that engineers can focus on what they’re really good at, which makes decision-making smoother and more efficient.

atlantic quantum chalmers ventures

Atlantic Quantum

The Challenge

Build scalable quantum computers to tackle the world’s hardest computational challenges

The Approach

We are reducing complexity and cost to reach error correction at scale

Atlantic Quantum is eliminating the barriers to quantum computing

  • Large error rates
  • Restricted scalability
  • Industry hype
repli5

Repli5

Repli5 speeds up and lowers the cost of developing autonomous vehicles. Through synthetic training data in virtual worlds, the company offers software where vehicles learn to act faster in traffic. The potential for synthetic training data is also great in other industries.

Adsorbi

Air pollutant capture is essential for avoiding health problems and protecting sensitive objects. But today’s unsustainable material use has severe environmental impacts and manufacturers looking for new materials for air pollutant removal have few alternatives. We want to help industries in sustainable transition by providing an innovative super-material.

Adsorbi has developed an adsorbent material that is highly efficient in capturing air pollutants, 5-8 times more effective than the existing alternatives on the market. The material is cellulose-based and designed to have a low environmental impact throughout the entire value chain.

Air pollutant control is needed in many markets and the first Adsorbi products are launched for art conservation. Museums and archives need solutions that remove air pollutants in storage spaces, are made from stable materials, and are easy to use. Adsorbi has developed storage pads together with art conservators which will be launched in 2023.