The Danish high-tech startup wins Robotdalen’s Emerging Technology Award for 2016/2017
Västerås, Sweden: Today, Berger Neurorobotics, a high-tech Danish startup, announced that they have been awarded the Emerging Technology Award by the Swedish robotic cluster Robotdalen. The company has been granted the total sum of SEK 75,000 for further development of their first product offering – “Claire Cognition”, a novel AI-based system for detecting physiological signals.
Robotdalen’s motivation behind the award is that “Berger Neurorobotics is developing advanced machine learning technologies, addressing important issues and needs in the fields of physiology and health”.
Of the company’s great achievement, Berger Neurorobotics CEO Stoyan Stoyanov shared that, “I would like to express our enormous gratitude for our first international recognition made by Robotdalen. We are honored to have this award. Our next goals are to finish the beta version of our product and run users test by the end of 2017. Robotdalen has provided their kind support and expertise in order to help us achieve these ambitious goals”.
To gain even more momentum, the company reported that it has already started to execute on the following activities:
- Cooperating with professional industrial and user experience designers in order to create the best possible consumer-oriented product;
- Negotiating with private investors to attract capital, grow their professional network, and gain credibility when approaching prospects.
About Berger Neurorobotics: Berger Neurorobotics is a high-tech Danish startup for personal health and welfare. The company creates wearable devices and machine learning technologies that understand physiological signals and help people improve their wellness.
About Robotdalen: By bringing together the industry, academia, and public sector, Robotdalen enables commercial success of new robot solutions for industry, service, and healthcare. By offering unique test beds for new solutions, Robotdalen also encourages international companies and entrepreneurs to develop their robot innovations and set up business in Sweden.