The KIT spin-off GoSilico develops software for computer-assisted process development in the biopharmaceutical industry. Its simulation technology helps companies display experiments on their computers within seconds. We have interviewed the GoSilico GmbH team on their idea, the foundation of their company and their future perspective.
INDMATEC GmbH has specialized in 3D printing for high-performance polymers and the relevant materials. With their patented technology, they are pioneers in 3D manufacturing technology according to the principle of “fused filament fabrication” (FFF) in combination with the high-performance polymer polyether ether ketone, abbreviated PEEK. The material is especially appealing for the automotive, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and semiconductor industries. In an interview, we asked the team of INDMATEC about the idea, the startup time, and the future prospects.
With its platform sunsteps.org, the company enspire UG supports social projects. When purchasing from one of the many partner shops of Sunsteps, such as Amazon, Zalando, or Thalia, up to 12% of the purchase sum is donated to the selected social project, with just one click and without much effort. There is no catch and the customer doesn’t pay a single added cent. The founding team of Sunsteps wants to make the world a little bit better by enabling anyone to support social projects every day without much effort. In an interview, we asked Maximilian Brandenburger of sunsteps.org about the idea, the startup time, and the future prospects.
OPASCA has specialized in the development of intelligent, sensor-based systems and solutions for environment detection. On the basis of a diverse and flexible platform concept, customer-tailored solutions are realized in the areas of person and object detection for a large range of applications. The technology is used primarily in the field of radiotherapy. The focus lies on the wellbeing of patients and the support of the professional staff. In an interview, we asked the team of OPASCA about the idea, the startup time, and the future prospects.
LehrWerk UG offers teaching materials for tinkerers in the form of construction kits for schools, educational institutions, universities, and at home. The goal of the two founders Jonas Fuchs and Benedict Jux is to make complex systems understandable in a playful manner in order to transmit technical foundational knowledge more easily and quickly. Through direct interaction by touch and connecting components, the developed construction kits create a technical understanding that is often missing when you enter a career. In an interview, we asked the team of LehrWerk about the idea, the startup time, and the future prospects.