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Comments from the judges: “We were impressed by ETF Partners focus on environmental impact through innovation and the firm’s impact assessment approach”
Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company, has published its Cool Vendors in edge computing, 2018. Wirepas is highlighted in Edge Computing and Greenbrid in Application Architecture, Infrastructure and Integration.
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The awards, which recognize companies that make a significant contribution to the worldwide water industry, were part of GWI’s Global Water Summit. GWI cited Voltea’s “successful commercialization of its CapDI© technology” as a key factor in earning the award.
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Metalysis, the U.K. technology company with a solid-state process to produce valuable, 3D printable alloy powders, has raised £12m ahead of commercial production from its Generation 4 (“Gen4”) industrial scale expansion project.
We are glad to see our portfolio companies E-Leather, Vulog and Telensa make the Tech Tour Growth 50 list in 2018.
In the UK, Essex and Hertfordshire County Councils have partnered on a pilot of multiple smart city services using existing communications infrastructure deployed by Telensa.
We're delighted that Telensa's successful growth in international markets has been recognized in the 2018 Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100, a list of Britain's top 100 small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest-growing international sales over the past two years.
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The Premio Inicia awards the most innovative companies for product originality, technological contribution and business scalability. The Inicia jury selected companies based on their business potential and their capacity to impact and transform the economy.
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Flyability has been awarded investor’s favorite idea in the clean mobility category during the World Future Energy Summit (WFES), a platform dedicated to the innovation and digitalization trends driving transformation in the global energy mix.
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The past few years have seen a flurry of innovation in drones and their application across many different industries. Since standard outdoor drones suffer several technical constraints when flying indoor due to their reliance on GPS signal and vulnerability to impacts, Flyability designed Elios, which its innovators describes as the “collision-tolerant drone.”
We are pleased to announce that our portfolio company E-Leather (www.eleathergroup.com) has raised £70m, which will be invested in a state-of-the-art facility to meet demand from a range of sectors, from aviation and transport through to consumer sectors.
The Global Cleantech 100 represents the most innovative and promising ideas impacting the future of a wide range of industries, according to the players in the market.
The study reveals that Telensa has retained its market share lead over Silver Spring Networks, Philips Lighting and Echelon, with almost double the number of deployed smart streetlight nodes as its nearest competitor.
In its decision to choose Wirepas for the award, Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, highlights the strength and fit-for-purpose of Wirepas Connectivity as a product for Massive IoT, versatility regarding different applications, and the business need-driven approach of the company.
Judges’ comment: “ETF was one of a number of GPs in the impact space that had entered, which was great to see. ETF stood out due to its strong sustainability framework, which is embedded in the firm’s investment activities with good examples of strong ESG impact.”
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Rotherham-headquartered specialist metals technology company Metalysis has entered the second phase of its partnership with a Canadian company exploring the use of novel rare earth metal alloys in 3D printed permanent magnets.