Earlier this month the 2nd batch of startups entered the Connectivity Accelerator in The Hague, a startup programme by World Startup Factory.
Nine startups, aimed at smart city, smart building and smart mobility solutions, will learn to grow in the next four months.
The Hague, as the political capital of The Netherlands, is mostly known for its safety and security startups in the so called The Hague Security Delta. It shelters startups and scale-ups like HackerOne, Onegini and RISKID.
The municipality of The Hague however is also aiming for a much broader view with the Impact City initiative. Therefore the accelerator programme for smart city startups can be considered a nice change.
Connectivity Accelerator batch 2
Here are the 9 startups participating:
Awakey – India
Awakey is a smart lock that lets you to control your door through your smartphone.
Bycycling – The Netherlands
Bycycling is a daily cycling tracker that inspires you to cycle with friends and colleagues through building up motivation.
Iugo – Turkey
Iugo transforms driver, vehicle & infrastructure data into real-time actionable intelligence.
Ezycities – Portugal
EzyCities wants to turn your hobbies into fantastic and profitable experiences and let you share them with everyone in your city.
Fracktal Labs – India
Fracktal Labs builds prototypes for developing markets such as Biomedical Devices, Connected Hardware, Telepresence Robots, Wearables and Industry Automation.
GetOn – The Netherlands
GetOn helps local entrepreneurs measure and improve their online presence.
Lock&Charge is a startup that has developed a fleet management platform for e-bikes.
Wattie – Pakistan
Wattie is the Google Analytics for energy consumption of your building.
uHoo – Singapore
Uhoo provides simple and effective indoor air quality management.
Also have a look at Startupbootcamp‘s and Rockstart‘s smart city startups of this year.
Image: World Startup Factory