Pavanu is the StartUp to watch in 2017!

 

 

30 Irish tech start-ups to watch in 2017

 

https://www.siliconrepublic.com/start-ups/irish-tech-start-ups-2017

 

The Irish start-up ecosystem is gaining pace and more and more start-ups are entering the fray. Here is our selection of 30 to keep an eye on in 2017.

 

Ireland has a thriving start-up community that is getting stronger every year.

We selected this year’s crop of ones to watch on the basis of recent achievements such as funding as well as industry recognition and most importantly, technological relevance.

The 30 start-ups that follow straddle the whole gamut of technology including wearables, internet of things (IoT), mobility, robotics, e-commerce, cleantech, apps, hardware and data management, to name just a few.

Pavanu Mobility develops technologies such as robots to survey footpaths and pedestrian areas, and has just completed the StartPlanetNI accelerator. “The data and reports generated can be used by authorities to rebuild and repair pedestrian areas to ensure accessibility, such as wheelchair access and safety for everybody, regardless of age, ability and circumstances,” said Pavanu’s CEO Natalia Shiel. “Our objective is to disrupt the way pedestrian areas are built, repaired and maintained.”

Pavanu Mobility develops technologies such as robots to survey footpaths and pedestrian areas, and has just completed the StartPlanetNI accelerator.

“The data and reports generated can be used by authorities to rebuild and repair pedestrian areas to ensure accessibility, such as wheelchair access and safety for everybody, regardless of age, ability and circumstances,” said Pavanu’s CEO Natalia Shiel.

“Our objective is to disrupt the way pedestrian areas are built, repaired and maintained.”