13 technology startups have graduated from Bosch India’s DNA accelerator programme. Bosch plans to collaborate with these technology startups that work in the areas of aerospace, mobility, social impact, healthcare, and agriculture, among others.
Manohar Esarapu, Head of Corporate Venture Program, Partner Consumer Products and Digital Enterprise at Bosch, said “Bosch has an inherent advantage. We draw on our years of experience, spanning across several industries, to mentor these startups. We support nascent teams by offering technological inputs. Such aspects will help the ecosystem in the long-term as we are geared towards improving their business sustainability.”
Bosch is a supplier of technology and services in the areas of mobility solutions, industrial technology, consumer goods, and energy and building technology.
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A company statement states that Bosch received over 450 applications. Post that, teams were eliminated for lack of clarity with respect to ideas, business plans not offering much potential for growth, etc. The teams were judged on their plan, their solution as well as their understanding of the market that they claimed to address. Bosch also evaluated the value the group could offer to enhance their existing business plan.
Here Are The Graduated Startups of Bosch DNA Accelerator Programme
AutoVRse – AutoVRse, is a Bengaluru-based technology startup. It was built by 24-year-old engineering graduates, Ashwin Jaishanker, Akash Jatangi, and Adarsh Muthappa. It builds virtual reality programmes for the automotive industry.
AerX Labs – It is a Bengaluru-based startup which designs and develops UAV (unmanned airborne vehicles) and flight simulation technologies. AerX Labs provides avionics products, platforms, simulator products, etc.
CleanSlate – CleanSlate is a Mumbai-based technology startup. It offers a cloud-based SDK platform.
Yostra – Yostra Labs Private Limited is a healthcare technology startup that works to make healthcare more effective, affordable, and sustainable. It consists of a team of Bengaluru-based clinicians, designers and engineers, with the goal of making a positive impact in affordable healthcare.
CosineLabs – Bengaluru-based CosineLabs focusses on creating a wireless smart home and connected living experience. It provides security, lighting, HVAC, appliance control, entertainment and many more that can be controlled by voice or gesture.
Akasa Labs – Akasa Labs is a blockchain technology company building solutions for global trade and commerce. Its platform allows multiple parties across the global trade cycle to share documents and execute trade via the blockchain.
Eyedentify – Its RVM-C product will be integrated into vehicles for commuters proactive safety. It would ensure that relevant authorities are accessible in case of emergency or dangerous situations.
Titan o Bots – They develop robots for children of age 6-12. It aims to help in a child’s holistic development. Using these robot kids can transform their ideas into reality by programming the robot using specially developed block-based programming environment. Kids can control the way the robot moves, the way it dances, the way it speaks, etc.
Chakr Innovation – This startup converts soot from diesel engine exhaust to printable ink using a proprietary liquid.
Nymble – Nymble Labs is developing a smart kitchen device that can cook food tailored to the customer’s taste and liking.
EcoBin– Bengaluru-based EcoBin provides for an end-to-end solid waste management solution.
Insuide – They provide an indoor navigation system for mobile applications to make the global travel experience easy.
Neurotech– The startup creates consumer wearable electronic devices which focus on brain-computer interface.
Bosch India launched its DNA accelerator programme for startups in November 2016. The 18-week programme, ‘Discover, Nurture and Align‘ – DNA offers startups access to Bosch’s working environment.