As we are soon entering the last month of 2023, so is also IndX beginning to wrap up the year by having ticked off the last pitch day of this year. Hosted by corporate partner Saab, we got the opportunity to listen to six innovative startups.

With an introduction by Martin Helmfrid, Head of Technology Strategy – Airframe and Vehicle Systems at Saab, and Lena Miranda and Robin Eriksson from Linköping Science Park and IndX, six startups, Hyperstealth, Roboauto, Outsight, Unikie, Tg0 and Zetamotion, pitched their ideas within a variety of technology fields.

The presentations were a mix of live and digital pitch sessions, showing how IndX can bridge international companies more easily to come in contact with our corporate partners – this time pitching startups represented multiple nationalities, such as Canada, the Czech Republic, Germany, Great Britain, Finland and Sweden.

Startups Roboauto, Unikie. focus on automation for vehicles and Zetamotion told us about their specialization in quality control by using AI to analyze damages on different materials.

Hyperstealth, Outsight, and TG0 presented products such as shields, image censoring, and a special material that is controlled by tension and pressure.

“We look to connect with startups from all over the world, and we are very happy to see that we’ve received such a great interest from other countries this year,” says Robin Eriksson, Project Manager IndX.

Wrapping up the pitch day, a speed dating session was held where invited startups got the moment to sit down with representatives from Husqvarna Group, Toyota Material Handling, Saab and Väderstad, and talk through their pitch and potential collaboration – an immediate opportunity to receive feedback on your pitch and enabling contact and starting dialogue.