Established in 2018 as a new brand by Next Limit, ANYVERSE offers state-of-the-art, sensor-specific synthetic data. Synthetic images and their corresponding ground-truth data are generated using a proprietary technology, thus attaining a superb degree of data quality and variation for perception training and testing in a number of industries (autonomous vehicles, drones and smart cameras among others).
Established in 2018, Sphere Ultrafast Photonics offers state-of-the-art products and services in the ultrafast pulsed laser regime. Using proprietary technology, their devices and carry out simulatenous measurement and compression of the most demanding laser pulses in order to deliver the best performance out of your laser systems.
Established in 2018, Viewtinet provides software for Enterprise network traffic monitoring and analytics. Relying on a multivendor integration, a unique data processing technology, and application recognition based on machine learning, Viewtinet allows a quick, simple, and visual access to all the relevant information of the network, providing KPIs and reports of applications, users, and devices.
Based in Valencia, FYLA provides fiber lasers, ultrafast pulsed lasers and accessory modules for several high-end industrial applications. FYLA is the only company in the South of Europe, and one of the few in the world, able to produce and control the supply and manufacturing of 100% of the components and technologies required for the production of their lasers.
Established in 2015, 2eyesVision has developed the SimVis, an innovative medical device that allows the simulation of intraocular or contact lenses for patients affected by presbyopia or cataracts.
Established in 2015, LeanXcale managed to resolve the major bottleneck in traditional and modern database management systems related to lack of scalability. LeanXcale has developed a full SQL database capable of scaling linearly transactional workloads, crucial for delivering real-time business insights to the companies in data-intensive industries, such as banking, telecom operators, e-commerce, gaming, and traveltech.
Established in 2014, Wooptix is the first spin-off of the University of La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain), and has developed proprietary disruptive technology in the area of Lightfield Imaging and Computational Photography.
Private company founded in February 2010, specialized in Silicon solutions for high speed communications over Plastic Optical Fiber. Its technology is way ahead other alternatives proposed and became IEEE Standard in May 2017.
Private company launched in Madrid, specialising in autopilots for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), as well as all associated hardware and software for full Flight Control Systems.
Sart-up founded with the purpose of giving telecom operators the technology necessary to acquire real-time knowledge about their subscriber base.
Digital Legends Entertainment, the company that brings high-quality multiplayer shooters to mobile.
Códice Software is a privately held company whose flagship product is Plastic SCM, a software versioning tool that provides an enterprise level tool for distributed teams and branch-per-task methodologies.
Established in 2004, Visure was a spin-off from a Spanish IT services firm, in which the initial releases of Visure’s flagship product (IRqA) was developed.
Nuclear imaging company, founded in 2003 as a spin-off from the Corpuscular Physics Institute of CSIC. The company develops innovative devices for cancer diagnosis and treatment, as well as early Alzheimer detection. In November 2016, Bruker acquired, Oncovision’s preclinical product line, Albira, a multimodal imaging device for preclinical research.
Spin-off from IMSE-CSIC (The Institute of Microelectronics of Seville), specialized in the development of vision systems on chip (VSOCs) and high performance mixed signal integrated circuits. Founded in September of 2000, the company was acquired by British multinational e2v in 2014.
Founded in 2003, the company was a spin-off from the University of Porto founded by a team with more than fifteen years of experience in the field. The company specialized in the development of fiberoptic sources, fiber sensing systems and OEM modules.
Videogames studio founded in 2002 by the former chief of design of the “Commandos” video game series. The company developed a videogame called The Lord of the Creatures, with an innovative graphics engine and gameplay dynamics.
Founded in September 2000, Netspira was a software vendor for teleco operators specialized in solutions for GPRS traffic management. Acquired by Ericsson in 2005, the company was integrated into Ericsson’s R&D group