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In August we got some great news from 3 Estonian startups, all of them starting with an S: Scoro, Skeleton, Starship.
The startup develops and produces ultracapacitors – high-power energy storage devices with more than a million life cycles (normal batteries last a couple of thousand cycles). Skeleton Technologies uses a patented graphene-based material in the manufacture of ultracapacitors, and plans to further optimise electrode and cell design to get higher capacitance and working voltages of its products.
Currently, the company is developing the next generation of airships for industrial cargo applications and going to expand into the Asian markets. More details here.
The startup, founded in 2013, offers a software solution that supports teams of professional and creative service firms across their entire workflow. The service integrates with popular business tools, aggregates business data and builds it into reports and business dashboards. The company is going to spend the money on development of new integrations and enhancement of its its automation features. Part of the investment will be used to expand the sales and support teams across Scoro’s five offices. More info here.
Starship is developing robots that deliver packages, groceries and food to consumers in a two-three-mile radius. The robots drive autonomously while human operators monitor them in control centres. At the end of 2015, the robots were introduced to European and American cities. They have already driven almost 7,000 miles and made over a million deliveries without a single accident. GoalEurope covered Starship a bit less than a year ago.
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