31 March 2021 The tech companies you need to keep an eye on (Part 2) Winners in health sector Every year Tech Tour meets with more than 2000 innovative companies in Europe which apply for our 20+ programmes in the sectors of digital, health tech and sustainability. From them, around 750 take part in the said programmes to meet with investors and peers and grow to reach their bold ambition. From the 750 Selection committees of active investors in each sector picked the best 250 and Tech Tour challenged them to take part in Future21 – the gathering of tech companies, investors, corporations and professionals and a must for every tech entrepreneur. The online event took place on 24 - 26 March and 165 companies rose to the challenge. Out of those 165 emerged the top 40 that we are presenting to you now - the best of the best, the top 40 emerging (seed and Series A) companies that should be on your radar. They are divided into 3 sectors - digital, health tech and sustainability. We also crowned the best growth and innovation companies - if you want to learn more about them click here. Airofit develops a training system, tailored to athletes who expect more from their performance. The device is connected to an app that measures results and improvements after each breathing session. Altibbi is a platform in the Arab region that offers telemedicine consultation services, allowing patients to connect directly with doctors. Astrocast tracks assets, monitor the environment, and saves lives by building and operating the most advanced and sustainable satellite IoT network. deepc uses state-of-the-art machine learning technologies to unlock big amounts of data and solve the biggest challenges in healthcare diagnostics. Distalmotion provides reliable and precise robotic surgery systems being partner to hospitals and clinics. Futudent / Novocam Medical Innovations is the designer of the world’s leading video communication tool for dentists. IDUN Technologies understands human emotion and cognition through hearables. They are developing the Internet of Humans. Implandata Ophthalmic Products is transforming the treatment of glaucoma, leading cause of irreversible blindness. They empower individuals and doctors to prevent this. Kaia Health creates evidence-based treatments for a range of disorders including musculoskeletal conditions and COPD. They use artificial intelligence and computer vision. Lumendo AG develops easy-to-apply, novel photoactive materials for medical applications. This can be used for almost any type of implant in various fields. Metadvice’s platform combines the latest clinical guidelines, augmented with insights from Al-based analysis of past decisions to improve clinical decision making. Seekyo develops a new-generation cancer treatment that is able to safely transport powerful anti-cancer agents throughout the body. Soapy created the CleanMachine. It ensures a thorough wash cycle scanning the hand movements and providing immediate feedback on the wash cycle’s quality. Thryve’s health data hub opens instant access to connected health sensor data of more than 300 devices. This enables an improvement of services through individualized intervention. UgenTec is a molecular laboratory software provider servicing molecular labs globally across applications in Clinical Molecular Diagnostics, Veterinary health, Crop Science, Breeding and Seed Health.