Featured members and alumni of The Simula Garage..Profilerte medlemmer og alumner i Gründergarasjen
Current members of The Simula Garage..Nåværende medlemmer i Gründergarasjen
Wrepit delivers solutions for conversion of professional report documents into easily readible and interactive web reports, accessible on a variety of user devices such as mobiles and tablets. With Wrepit, professionals can greatly improve reporting with live graphs, videos and interactive reading, while gaining analytic insight into the effectiveness of the reports.
Go truly digital with your report deliveries - Wrep it!
People involved: Andreas Orsten
CLTRe is an online platform that enables organizations to build and maintain a security culture among employees by applying User Behaviour Analytics (UBA). Because 95% of all cybersecurity breaches are due to human factors, CLTRe is a vital toolkit with which organizations can measure and manage these human factors, thereby increasing cybersecurity.
People involved: Aimee Laycock, Kai Roer, Gregor Petric, Gerald John
eDriver is an online B2B platform that connects shippers with licensed carriers in a few seconds. The platform improves cost efficiency for shippers while reducing empty trailers runs for the carriers - and at the same time improving sustainability within the goods transportation industry.
People involved: Martin Emil Larsen, Simon Brink
NightCloud is a cloud-based testing platform that greatly simplifies automated testing. Built by the maintainers of the open-sourced Nightwatch.js tool, NightCloud aims at leveraging machine learning to optimize complex, enterprise-grade test script collections.
People involved: Oana Botezat, Andrei Rusu
VI-app is a useful tool for couples and parents that enables them in their daily lives to get inspiration, knowledge and concrete help to strengthen and develop their relationship and parent role. By listening to users and giving them good and relevant advice in their daily lives, VI-app becomes “the wise friend" from whom everyone can get inspiration and knowledge about relationship and parenting, anytime, and anywhere.
People involved: Rachel Elgen, Kristian Elgen, Frode Thuen, Irene Elgen, Øystein Elgen
Empiricast develops a web app for crowdsourcing predictions internally at organizations. By enabling organizations to leverage the knowledge of their employees in decision making, Empiricast leads to better decisions and delivers more insights about the possible outcomes compared to regular decision-making processes.
People involved: Martin Holten, Yngve Høiseth
flite.no™ is developing a Pan-European JaaS/legal tech service for airline passengers who are owed compensation due to flight disruptions. The service operationalises legal knowledge through proprietary algorithms, machine learning and an innovative UX – all designed and crafted in-house to assure quality, compliance and data protection. Leveraging a new and distinctively consumer friendly business model, flite.no aims to facilitate swifter settlements with greater transparency, and at a significantly lower cost, than existing market players. This process of quite simply enabling the passenger has been dubbed Compensation on Autopilot™.
People involved: Christian Mikkelsen, Petter Samuelsen, Jan Mathias Råheim
Skeet Tracer by Travision AS is a clay target shooting system using modern camera technology and computer vision to detect and analyze performance during shooting. By using Skeet Tracer, the shooter acquires new and profound insights into own skills and progression and will be able to better understand how to become a better shooter.
Skeet Tracer also provides the shooting range operators with a complete solution for operating all aspects of running a shooting range. By centralizing and digitizing the running operations, we make the shooting range more efficient, easier to operate, and profitable.
People involved: Simen Løkka, Roy Veshovda, Thomas Nordengen
CompX is making an affordable pocket computer for education with an accompanying foldable solar charger. Knowledge seekers across the world will now finally be able to gain theoretical and practical knowledge even in places without reliable power grids and Internet coverage.
People involved: Sami Tarik Lazreg, Mohammad Akram Khan
FamWeek is an app that helps families and organisations to organise activities for children. FamWeek simplifies communication between families and organisers, gives them a full overview, and sends them helpful reminders to make sure activities run smoothly.
FamWeek - simplifying life.
People involved: Kari Bech-Moen, Henrik Velle, Audun Kvasbø, Elvis Salaris, Magnus Jacobsen, Mikael Finstad
OsloBike is a green mobility solution using e-bikes and e-scooters, as well as an on-demand real-time travel guide system for global tourists. By combining Internet of Things and ChatBot technologies, OsloBike will improve tourist satisfaction while lowering environmental impact. OsloBike is developed by Nexo Mobility AS.
People involved: Wei Cai, Xifeng Wen, Zhiyu Luo
sPerformance changes the game of sales by making everyone better sellers. It is a unique platform that increases sales by measuring and rewarding sales activities across the silos. Through the platform sales reporting becomes motivating and fun. sPerformance creates a more inclusive sales culture that captures more leads, increases sales revenues, and improves customer satisfaction as well as employee retention.
People involved: Tom Aas (Founder & Chairman), Arnfinn Kilden Blom, Andreas Aas, Andzej Suskevic
uSEA is developing a system of underwater and surface robots for seabed survey and subsea inspection. By integrating state-of-the-art technologies and developing key building blocks to close today's technology gaps, uSEA will unlock truly unmanned offshore operations from berth to berth.
People involved: Felipe Lima, Alex Alcocer, Ole Petter Hjelmstad
NQCG is developing an artificial intelligence platform for investment decisions in nanotechnology and quantum technologies. The platform aims to automate parts of a global technology scouting process, helping industry to find, assess and invest in emerging technology opportunities earlier, smarter and faster with better outcomes than before.
People involved: Axel P Mustad
Can I eat? aims to give people with diabetes and prediabetes the power to take control of their own health. The mobile app will help individuals track blood glucose, food consumption, exercise habits and more; users receive personalised predictions and recommendations to improve awareness and promote action. With a patient-centred algorithm tailored to forecast the effect of specific meals on blood sugar, diabetics can finally plan their next meal with certainty.
People involved: Andrew Lehr, Tristan Stöber, Alex Bone, Luke Forward
Fossekall is developing a tool that will enable businesses and individuals to stay compliant and up-to-date with the latest accessibility standards. Fossekall will bring enthusiasm, pride and excellence to the creation of accessible websites and services.
People involved: Andreas Jacobsen, Kristian Munter Simonsen
Pluvinel is an independent global digital solution uniting equestrians from all disciplines and methods. Pluvinel offers a simple way to organise, discover, book and pay for clinics, seminars and lessons. With Pluvinel, any horse rider can see what is happening where.
People involved: Camilla Næristorp
ShiftX develops an intuitive process editor that will enable businesses to model their processes, gather insights and using these insights to optimize their processes further. ShiftX will be intuitive, easy to learn and fast to use.
People involved: Eigil Sagafos, Nikolai Krister Strandskogen, David Brabrand, Kjetil Jortveit
Next2Five is developing a digital career counselling tool, FuturesMe, which will enable individuals to identify preferred scenarios by showing them where their personal qualities, their professional qualifications and the future's need for competence intersect - both from a two-to-five years' perspective, and for five years and beyond: straightforward, game-based and inspiring!
People involved: Anneli Skudal, Jon Frang Mostad, Prashant Kanungo, Martina Frang Mostad, Daniel Juszczynski, Pål Stensaas
Maseng AS develops Empathic Radio, a scalable and patented technology that enables Wi-Fi routers to collectively achieve the best transmission speeds by collaborating in the selection of Wi-Fi channels. The technology also reduces transmit power, is both end-user and ISP-friendly, improves with the number of nodes, and enables residential LTE-U base stations to do channel coordination with Wi-Fi networks.
People involved: Torleiv Maseng
Change Mindset develops a platform for testing and certification of soft skills and personal character. The platform enables individuals to develop their personal character and businesses to improve the allocation of workforce.
People involved: Lars Andreas Kolflaath, Erik Møller, Bjørn Mikkel Godsveen, Johnny Hammernes
EasyPieceEye increases the digital reach and robustness of companies' business processes. EasyPieceEye enables users to instantly and effortlessly send complex computer-ready messages to back-end systems without any prior preparation, app installation or reliable Internet connection. EasyPieceEye can be both a replacement of, and a complement to, IoT systems and mobile apps. If it is not easy it will not happen – EasyPieceEye!
People involved: Jonas Nyman
UNLOC accelerates the transition to smart keys. Today’s service providers depend on metal keys for their services to be delivered. The UNLOC platform enables digital sharing of keys used to open electronic locks, eliminating the dependency of physical key exchange. UNLOC automatically opens the door for emergency aid, gives the delivery person a self-expiring smart key, and makes it possible to securely share smart keys with anyone, anytime, from anywhere. Learn more at unloc.ai.
People involved: August Flatby, Kris Riise
Kubert provides a flexible storage solution for private individuals and companies who need a remote, hassle-free, safe and low-cost storage to free up valuable space in their homes and offices. Customers just pack the boxes, and Kubert takes care of the rest through our mobile app platform and transportation and storage partners.
People: Sondre Wisted-Thu, Øyvind Løland, Birger Lie
OffPAD is a user-controlled, hardware-enabled secure trusted device that guarantees privacy and malware protection. OffPAD addresses the market for secure execution environments with a user-centric value proposition that challenges the established network-centric market models.
People involved: Petter Taugbøl, Jan-Erik Skaug, Ijlal Loutfi, Maren Fredbo
Helseoversikt will enable people to have full overview of the health of their loved ones, be it children or elderly. By gathering and presenting relevant health information together with actionable content, Helseoversikt aims to adapt healthcare to individual needs, greatly simplify the role of the carer and increase patient safety.
People involved: Peter Gulliksen, Preben Hafnor
Fácil is a mobile application that enables hotel guests to check-in, check-out and order whatever they need for a perfect stay. Using beacon technology, the application enables hotels to provide location-based services and deliver orders directly to where the guests are.
People involved: Alexander Weiss Richter, Andreas Løseth, Chamira Fernando, Even Holthe, Bendik Kristiansen, Kristian Baldishol Lindblad, Matthew Charles Schultz
EvigAktiv is a mobile app and online platform that provides senior citizens with user-friendly access to all activities within their municipality. EvigAktiv provides municipalities with a standard and affordable solution for announcing activities instead of using ineffective emails, websites, Facebook groups, handwritten notes and printed ads.
People involved: Karl Blom, Fredrik Gørrisen, Morten Østbye
TotalCtrl AS develops 0-waste™ technology, a food waste reduction technology for the grocery industry and its consumers, enabling them to achieve total control over product expiration dates, save time and money, reduce food waste and facilitate smarter buying decisions. In time, the technology will be usable throughout the entire value chain – From producer to consumer.
People involved: Charlotte Aschim, Ingrid Østby, Petter Østby, Matthew Lynch, Sindre Helgheim, Monica Johannessen, Kjersti Edvartsen, Ujjval Joshi, Jørgen Forsell
PureLogic is working on The Nostradamus Project, which seeks to develop new methods for predictive analysis of financial markets. Emphasis will be made on the effects on financial markets caused by human agents and how their psychology influences pricing over time. One of the possible applications will be to predict the sensitivity of a company or project to disruptive changes within its market.
People involved: Andreas Saur Brandtsegg, Elin Saur Brandtsegg, Anders Myhr, Bjørnar Myhr, Catho Bjerkseter