Zenzic has revealed the six companies that will gain access to £500,000 in Government funding as part of the Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Scale-Up programme.
The programme aims to give UK-based, innovative SMEs and start-ups the opportunity to test and develop their products through the CAM Testbed UK, a testing ecosystem created to aid the development of connected transport and self-driving vehicle technologies.
The Zenzic CAM Scale-Up programme is supported by the Government's Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and is delivered in partnership with Plug and Play.
Plug and Play is a network of over 30,000 start-ups and 500 corporations, hundreds of venture capital firms, universities, and government agencies across multiple industries. This network has been designed to help develop and implement the technologies of tomorrow.
The six selected start-ups will now test their technology at CAM testbed UK facilities and gain access to corporate partners and a global network investor platform.
The CAM innovators will then feature at a final showcase event to be held in March 2022.
The selected CAM Scale-Up innovators are:
- ALBORA: Albora Technologies develops next-generation navigation technologies for autonomous vehicles, drones, and UAVs.
- EXEROS Technologies: EXEROS Technologies designs, builds, and installs intelligent CCTV systems for commercial fleets.
- Grayscale AI: Grayscale AI develops a sensor fusion system that combines data from various types of sensors such as smart video cameras, radars, and event-based sensors.
- R4DAR Technologies: R4DAR is a company with a mission to make autonomous vehicles a reality. They provide integrated systems to eliminate human errors and improve safety.
- Route Konnect: Route Konnect’s sensors and analytics tools offer intelligent, real-time insights into the movement within cities – saving time, resources, and our planet.
- Xtract 360: Xtract is a claims platform that aggregates and visualises crash data for the auto-insurance industry, empowering claims handlers by enabling them to identify liability, deflect fraud and speed-up claim processing.