Spotlight on startups

Aalto University is home to half of all start-ups born in Finnish universities. Every year, 70–100 new companies are founded within the Aalto University ecosystem – take a look at some of the companies hailing from the School of Engineering below.

5 results for News, TUTLI, School of Engineering

Unified Chargers power the revolution of electric cars

Aalto-based company wants to make advanced charging technology more accessible
Research & Art
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Unified chargers charging station  jukka anttonen matias maenpaa photo Annamari Tolonen

Addcomposites helps small businesses automate the manufacturing of composite parts

The start-up that began as a student project aims for the international market. Their goal is to be Europe's top solution in a growing field.
Research & Art
Published:
Addcomposites startup photo Annamari Tolonen

Surgify aims to make bone surgery safer around the world

These young entrepreneurs have already convinced doctors and investors. Their innovation is coming to operating theatres this year.
Research & Art
Published:
surgify startup team photo annamari tolonen

VisiLean aims to accelerate construction by improving information flow

Research at Aalto University led to the founding of VisiLean, whose digital solution has found interest among international construction firms.
Research & Art
Published:
visilean statup bhargav dave martin zilliacus

Ladimo develops smarter machine vision

Ladimo's technology enables the creation of accurate, real-time 3D models of the environment. These models give sight to machines.
Research & Art
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ladimo startup team