4DS Memory (ASX:4DS)
4DS Memory Limited (ASX:4DS) is a semiconductor development company aiming to provide an enterprise grade storage memory for cloud and data center storage markets. The company is developing a proprietary Interface Switching ReRAM technology.
BrainChip Holdings Limited (ASX:BRN) is an ASX-listed semiconductor company that is currently in the early stages of commercializing Akida, its Neuromorphic System-on-a-Chip (NSOC). By integrating the Akida technology into their products, BRN’s customers and prospects can bring the benefits of one of today’s most advanced technology in Artificial Intelligence to their respective end-customers.
CCP Technologies (ASX:CT1)
CCP Technologies Limited has developed a proprietary IoT platform for remote sensor monitoring. The platform has wide applicability across a range of different sectors, including the Food, Food Service and Healthcare industries. The company’s business model is based on a highly scalable, monthly subscription model.
G Medical (ASX:GMV)
G Medical Innovations Holdings Limited (ASX:GMV) is commercializing mobile vital signs monitoring systems that enable remote monitoring of patients. GMV’s products have the potential to substantially limit patient monitoring costs and to improve patients’ overall wellness and mobility.
K2Fly Limited (ASX:K2F) provides SaaS-based software and consultancy services aimed at helping asset-intensive enterprise clients, such as Mining and Utility companies, manage their assets and land tenements more efficiently.
Linius Technologies (ASX:LNU)
Linius Technologies Ltd. (ASX:LNU) provides a patented enterprise grade software technology that virtualizes video files. It transforms cumbersome, static video files into agile, dynamic files that can be easily manipulated on the fly, in order to deliver an enhanced, custom experience for both broadcasters and end-users. One of the application areas of the technology is the highly valuable personalised TV advertising market.
MyFiziq Limited (ASX:MYQ)
MyFiziq’s technology allows users to track their body shape and dimensions while performing everyday activities. Currently, MyFiziq targets four verticals. Health & fitness, as well as medical & insurance sectors, are key near-term opportunities. Corporate wellness and the apparel market are likely to create long-term growth opportunities.
ParaZero Limited (ASX:PRZ)
ParaZero has developed and is commercializing proprietary UAV recovery systems, called SafeAir, that can be mounted on top of commercial and consumer drones. These safety systems prevent drones from crashing in case of critical malfunctions.
Pointerra Limited (ASX:3DP) is focused on the commercialisation of its unique 3D geospatial data technology, providing the tools to map the world in 3D via its highly scalable, high margin Data-as-a-Service solution for 3D geospatial data.
Revasum Inc. (ASX:RVS) provides grinding, polishing and CMP equipment to semiconductor substrate and device manufacturers. With the ongoing proliferation of electronics in our everyday lives, the need for semiconductor devices will continue to grow globally. As manufacturers continue to build capacity, demand for RVS’ tools will grow in tandem.
Sensera Limited (ASX:SE1) designs, develops and manufactures Micro Devices (MEMS) for Medical and Industrial applications. Through recently acquired Nanotron, the company provides tracking solutions for the Agriculture, Mining and Healthcare verticals. The company’s MEMS business is based in Boston (USA), while Nanotron is based in Germany.
Schrole Group (ASX:SCL)
Schrole Group Limited (ASX: SCL) offers international schools a suite of technology-based candidate management solutions, including recruitment, background verification and relief placement. It also offers training service solutions in Western Australia.
Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT)
Weebit Nano Ltd (WBT) is developing a newly emerging computer memory technology that combines the best of today’s mainstream storage technologies, i.e. DRAM and Flash memory. Non-volatile like Flash and nearly as fast as DRAM, WBT’s Filamentary ReRAM will likely be able to complement and partially replace DRAM and Flash if and when the technology can be commercialized in a few years’ time.