Kyiv Tech Hub 2018
The official part was followed by pitching session, where the representatives of 30 startup teams were able to present their solutions to the interested parties. This year we were able to see innovations in various sectors of the economy, ranging from medical devices to new energy solutions. Two of the best projects – Technovator and AirEnergy – were awarded during the evening part of the conference, organized by Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge team & RE:ACTOR.
About the projects
Technovatorcame up with a system for wireless charging of smartphones that does not require a plug-in connection, or placing the device on an inductive coupling. Technovator XE (product name) won first place in the Vernadsky Challenge engineering startup competition held in April 2016 in Dnipro, Ukraine. The EU Horizon 2020 fund awarded a grant of 50,000 Euros to Technovator XE in December 2017. AirEnergyhas developed a Dynamic Air Cooling (DAC) system, which is new and 100% environment friendly air conditioning and refrigeration technology. DAC does not use synthetic HFC coolants and has no thermal emissions.