HT 2015 – Dirk Ahlborn, Hyperloop – Future of Transportation Keynote

“35/40 minutes and you’re 400/500 miles away, which I personnaly think it’s amazing. So we really would like to hear from you: where would you like to go?” __ Dirk Ahlborn (is waiting for your ideas)

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HT 2015 – Nader Yaghoubi, PathMaker Neurosystems – Healthcare Startup Pitch

“PathMaker is developing 2 non-invasive products for the treatment of neuromotor disorders.”

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HT 2015 – Camilla Pandolfi, PNAT – Food & Agriculture Startup Pitch

“PNAT invented a floating greenhouse to make farming possible in the absence of fresh water and cultivable land.”

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HT 2015 – Svilen Rangelov, Dronamics – Transportation & Mobility Startup Pitch

“We are able to create the world’s best most fuel efficient cargo aircraft.”

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HT 2015 – Steve Brown, Intel – Opening Keynote Day 2

“The question I want you to challenge yourselves with is: think about all the objects present in your life… What if you could make all these objects smart?”

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HT 2015 – Eric Risser, Artomatix – IT & Security Startup Pitch

“Artomatix and Artificial Imagination are the future of art. They are going to change the way you see the world and they might change the way you see yourselves.”

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HT 2015 – Ivan Kanev, Bee Smart Technologies – Food & Agriculture Startup Pitch

“My company is actually working to solve the greatest challenge agriculture has ever faced: the extinction of honey bees.”

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HT 2015 – Nina Tandon, Epibone – Repairing the body keynote

“We are like an ecosystem. If we can begin to collaborate with those cells to repair our bodies, we get beyond cyborgs, towards an area where we are generating human body parts. There is going to be no disctinction between the parts implanted and those which were there before.”

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HT 2015 – Kristina & Slavi, Blitab – Materials & Manufacturing Startup Pitch

“We are not only developing smart liquid technology. We are changing million lifes. Blitab will open the way for blind and visually impaired people to be part of the modern eye tech care we live today, to learn skills and expertize that will enable them to maintain a game-free employment.”

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