Alien Investor Day – Dutch Companies

28th September 2023 - online

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm CET

We are thrilled to announce our virtual event dedicated to connecting our network of selected Dutch companies with investors.

In this event, Dutch innovations will get an opportunity to exhibit their cutting-edge technologies, and growth potential. The program will include recipients of the EIC Accelerator awards, pioneering businesses, and prospective candidates exploring the EIC Accelerator funding program.

During this 2 hour e-pitching event, the following Dutch companies will present their innovative business cases in front of a selected panel of Investors.

inPhocal

inPhocal employs a distinctive laser beam technology poised to revolutionise laser processing. The long focus depth of their beam significantly accelerates laser marking systems. Moreover, this extensive focal depth enables precision marking on curved surfaces without compromising quality. In addition, their laser beam can be focused to achieve smaller spot sizes than current technologies permit, enhancing precision for wafer dicing. This, in turn, elevates chip yield and offers a potential solution to the ongoing global chip shortage issues.

Luper Technologies

AirGuard, a revolutionary industrial air cleaning system, unburdens industrial companies from hazardous air pollution. Its patented technology proves highly effective in reducing toxic and odorous air pollutants, all while significantly cutting operating expenses.

LogiXair

LogiXair is launching an initiative in unmanned aircraft-based logistics. They will construct and manage a network of autonomous flying cargo systems known as "Aerial Pick-Up Trucks" and automated Drone Docks. These systems will run on renewable energy. Additionally, implementing new route optimization techniques will decrease latency and enhance overall operational sustainability.

FuQon

FuQon has created a sustainable fuel quality control platform that is real-time, continuous, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly. They provide a Q\Platform utilising NIR (Near-infrared) technology to detect contaminations in real-time during fuel transfers. This proactive approach helps prevent or mitigate the damage caused by incorrect transfers.

Curotis

The developers of situ tissue-engineered blood vessels intended to provide novel therapeutic options for vascular surgery. The company focuses on tissue engineering, utilising a medical device consisting of a synthetic rod with a specialised surface. This device is inserted under the skin, prompting the body to generate a tissue capsule. In the appropriate environment, this tissue capsule matures into a functional blood vessel. These engineered blood vessels serve as vascular access sites for hemodialysis, allowing the patient's body to create blood vessels using their own cells.

Carbyon

Carbyon uses a rigorously different approach compared to competing technologies. They employ a fast swing process using a modular machine that contains a specially modified material to efficiently capture CO2 from the air. This process is key to reducing both energy consumption and machine cost.

Detailed Agenda

TIME

TOPIC

DURATION

10:00 - 10:05 AM

Welcome and Opening Remarks from AlienTT

5’

10:05 - 10:15 AM

Brief Introduction from AlienTT to VCs and participants

10’

10:15- 10:25 AM

inPhocal

10'

10:25- 10:30 AM

Q&A

5’

10:30 - 10:40 AM

Luper

10'

10:40 - 10:45 AM

Q&A

5’

10:45 - 10:55 AM

LogiXair

10'

11:55 - 11:00 AM

Q&A

5’

11:00 - 11:10 AM

Fuqon

10'

11:10 - 11:15 AM

Q&A

5’

11:15 - 11:25 AM

Curotis

10'

11:25 - 11:30 AM

Q&A

5’

11:30 - 11:40 AM

Carbyon

10'

11:40 -11:45 AM

Q&A

5’

11:45 - 12:00 PM

Closing Remarks from AlienTT

15’

For any information or registrations to this event, please contact j.sauciuvenaite@alientt.com

Published Date:09/25/2023