Meet the teams of SmartUp Accelerator 2018!


What does an indoor climate control unit have in common with an ultra-low powered display technology and a digital community platform? All these have the potential to make buildings and living more pleasant and sustainable. In addition, all are solutions developed by the participants of SmartUp Accelerator 2018!

Out of the many applicants to this year’s edition of SmartUp Accelerator: Smart Homes, seven companies from seven countries in the Baltic Sea Region travel to Gothenburg, Sweden this week to participate the two-day bootcamp that will accelerate their efforts to reach markets outside their own country.

An exciting program will follow during the two days with international mentors and local partners from each country to give market-specific insights, develop growth-hacking strategies, facilitate peer-to-peer learning sessions and much more!

At the end of the two-day bootcamp each company will have a roadmap that is to be executed during the coming four months and (in the best case) it will result in a successful new market entry.


Finally, the most exciting thing: meet the amazing teams!

rDot from Sweden is developing and manufacturing an environmentally friendly, ultra-low power display technology. The applications include smart homes.

Fourdeg from Finland offers a service that improves indoor comfort with stable heating and in the accuracy of individual rooms; and saves 15-35% in heating costs.

AiRobot from Estonia is provides an innovational ventilation unit. Specially built software and hardware constantly monitor indoor climate and then smartly act or regulate indoor climate based on the results.

Volts from Russia offers Power Bank for the whole house. It will help to operate energy consumption and to create unique scenarios for future consumption.

Istabai from Latvia offers smart heating control system. Istabai system is made to retrofit your home with smart home solutions and the whole system can be controlled through one app. from Germany enables “smart building” for multi-family buildings. It can be used like a multi-thread WhatsApp channel. The freemium SaaS platform, brings all stakeholders together in a single platform.

Ecolife from Poland provides a system to measure air quality indoors and outdoors, compares those two and send notification to the users to do an action to clean air quality indoors.


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