Orange Fab Asia, the Asia based startup acceleration program from Orange, held an innovation Demo Day in Gyeong-gi Center for Creative Economy and Innovation(G-CCEI) in Pan-gyo techno valley on 9th March.
Orange Fab Asia aims to help startups from Japan, Korea and Taiwan to go global with products and services that benefit Orange, its customers and partners. The program is managed by Orange Labs Japan/Korea/Taiwan, an innovation center of Orange.
This Innovation Demo Day in Seoul has taken place in a dedicated to startups called G-CCEI (Center for Creative Economy and Innovation) sponsored by KT and the Korean government with whom Orange collaborate for startups.
During the event, 20 startups from Orange Fab Seoul, Tokyo, Taipei and Paris, nationwide CCEIs and Saudi Arabia pitched and showcased their services and products to over 100 venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, professionals and global companies.
Startups in the demo-day (20 teams)
Orange Fab Asia ( Seoul, Tokyo, Taipei) : ABEJA, Aengin, Boud, Cloudbric, Fuller, Geo-Line, Linear Hub, Next Drive, Pamily, Stradvision, Think Tank
CCEIs : 12CM, Anyractive, Attocube, Goonies, Haebora, NexSys, SSenStone
Orange Fab France : Comet
Saudi Arabia : NewGen Studio
During the event, Orange Fab Asia kicked-off the 4th season of its program in Seoul by announcing 5 teams.
Amadas : Smart lever lock that can be remotely controlled via smartphone app and battery can be recharged by smartphone light,
E2 Communications : An IoT smart factory platform for small and medium sized manufacturing businesses
Kono Labs : Scheduler application powered by artificial intelligence
NexSys : LTE connected smart helmet for industrial safety
Qubit Security : Server log analysis based Real-time hacking detection platform