Technis combines engineering tools and machine learning techniques. It offers activity monitoring via artificial intelligence and sensors on the floor. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Latest Technis News
Jan 19, 2023
05.07.2017 Last week, the 2015 Venture Kick winner Lunaphore traveled to China with the venture leaders China program. On June 28, together with nine other Swiss startups (among which six venture kickers: Climeworks, Flyability, Lunaphore, Technis, UrbanFarmers and ZuriMED), Lunaphore CEO Ata Tuna Ciftlik pitched at the Swiss Incubator Event at the World Economic Forum in Dalian. Ata Tuna Ciftlik, CEO of Lunaphore, received the Swiss Incubator Cup from the hands of Swiss Ambassador to China Jean-Jacques de Dardel After a great pitch and epic final against Climeworks in front of a large Swiss and international audience, such as André Borschberg of Solar Impulse or the Swiss Ambassador to China Jean-Jacques de Dardel, Lunaphore won the Swiss Innovation Cup. The jury of the event comprised André Kudelski (Kudelski Group), Olivier M. Schwab (WEF) and Margaret Jack (Adecco Group China). From left to right: André Kudelski (Kudelski Group), Jean-Jacques de Dardel (Swiss Ambassador to China), Ata Tuna Ciftlik (Lunaphore), Olivier M. Schwab (WEF), Margaret Jack (Adecco group China) Liens additionnels
Technis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Technis founded?
Technis was founded in 2016.
Where is Technis's headquarters?
Technis's headquarters is located at Place de la gare 10, Lausanne.
What is Technis's latest funding round?
Technis's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Technis raise?
Technis raised a total of $4.91M.
Who are the investors of Technis?
Investors of Technis include Chatila Rais Investments, MassChallenge and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne.
Who are Technis's competitors?
Competitors of Technis include Pathr AI, NavVis, Density, VergeSense, Intenseye and 13 more.
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Zensors is a sensing platform and camera system. Zensors delivers a rich dashboard of custom analytics to help the user in operating their office, hotel, shop, or factory. Zensors provides the user with information about how people use a space and allows them to measure the impact of redesigning the space to better suit its use.
Botem creates state-of-the-art human recognition sensor devices that determine people's movement direction. The Botem Smart Switch can count the number of people in a room by collecting data on people moving in and out. Applications include building management, disaster prevention, and security systems. Botem is the largest automatic occupancy sensor in South Korea and owns eight international patents.
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