Favourites chosen in Finnish maritime accelerator programme

Finland's first Maritime Accelerator programme had its final meeting as a side-event of the Slush start-up event in Helsinki

More than 500 international start-ups entered the programme and the shortlist was compiled by Avanto Ventures, a partner of Turku Science Parks Ltd. At the closing event in the Helsinki Fair Centre in early December, the six final contestants gave presentations and three finalists were chosen.
Vital Vio, picked by Royal Caribbean, is an American healthcare start-up and has a system for protecting ship passengers through continuous LED technology that kills bacteria, mould and mildew. Wärtsilä chose the start-up Thermal Imaging Radar which provides a continuous 360° sensor for the thermal monitoring of equipment. Meyer Turku’s favourite was Delta Cygni Labs, the only Finnish start-up to make it all the way. This company uses augmented reality systems for industrial production processes and also has a mobile application enabling various servicing tasks to be carried out remotely.
Planning for the 2019 maritime accelerator programme has now begun.

Royal Caribbean, Wärtsilä and Meyer Turku have chosen their favourites in Finland’s first maritime industry business accelerator programme.

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