SLUSH 2017

30/11/2017 10:00 - 01/12/2017 18:00 Exhibition and Convention Center of Helsinki (Messukeskus), Messuaukio 1

This is the schedule for VTT's activities and demos at #SLUSH17. Come meet VTT's GEEKS of Finland, presenting demos and spin-offs ready for commercialisation and looking for investors!

Find us at stand no. 6C.4 – let's change the world together! We will also post more information on our Facebook event page.

Thursday ​30.11. Friday ​1.12.

IsoScreen Breath analyser
Albert Manninen, Riku Rikkola, Teemu Kääriäinen
(contact: albert.manninen@vtt.fi)

​09:00 - 12:00​12:00 - 15:00
​Non-invasive breath analyser, combining supreme specificity and small footprint, targeting applications in diagnostics, healthcare and wellbeing, is pursuing investments to spin off.

PillarHall
Mikko Utriainen & Feng Gao

​09:00 - 12:00​12:00 - 15:00
PillarHall’s mission is to extend Moore’s law by enabling fast R&D for 3D microelectronic devices and thus especially vertical scaling in semicon. PillarHall Test Chip enables to see cross-sections of 3D microstructures without cross-sectioning and without delay and only in a price point of a test chip. PillarHall is looking for investors at Slush 2017.  Read more >>

Guidesense
Tero Kiuru

​09:00 - 12:0012:00 - 15:00
Guidesense is an assistive device for the visually impaired based on unique technology. It enables visually impaired to perceive their environment better and safer. Guidesense is looking for investors at Slush 2017.   Learn more >>

Dull day - don’t leave your comfort zone
Ville Ollikainen

​09:00 - 12:00​12:00 - 15:00
Dull Day is a what-to-do-now service that gives a Dull Moment a meaning: increase your Comfort Zone, see your advance in Comfort Zone Metrics™. Dull Day is based on VTT's patented, 100% anonymous, cross-silo, token-based recommendation technology. Moderate other opinions help to expand your comfort zone on any Dull Day!

Indoor wireless positioning
Jukka Kämäräinen

​09:00 - 12:00​15:00 - 18:00
​Wireless real-time high-accuracy localization system based on Ultra-Wideband (UWB) radio. Read more and watch the video >>

Neurosensing Lab
Johanna Närväinen & Kimmo Solehmainen

09:00 - 12:00
​This approach opens a direct window to intuitive user responses and actions. Where is she looking at while playing a game? Is he engaged to my app or simply bored? Is my ad interesting? We use sensors to catch user actions and emotional responses to provide unique information for r&d and marketing.

SMACC-Labs - a network of research infrastructures and facilities
Päivi Mikkonen, Marinka LanneJarno Videnoja

12:00 - 15:0012:00 - 15:00
​Smart Machines and Manufacturing Competence Centre offers one-stop-shop for manufacturing industry ecosystem to reach Finland’s most advanced facilities and knowledge. SMACC-Labs will make the Industrial Sharing Economy a reality! Read more >> ​ ​

CatLignin
Hanne Wikberg & Juha Leppävuori

​12:00 - 15:00​09:00 - 12:00

​CatLignin replaces toxic oil-based phenol used for gluing furniture and wood construction materials. 100% bio-based CatLignin is produced from pulp industry side stream. CatLignin is an ideal solution for those who want to be forerunners in bringing 100% bio-based engineered wood products to market. Read more >>

Food from electricity
Juha-Pekka Pitkänen, @JPPitkanen

​12:00 - 15:00​09:00 - 12:00
NEO-CARBON FOOD is future protein production that utilises electricity and carbon dioxide as the main ingredients. It is developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd and Lappeenranta University of Technology LUT.  Read more at www.neocarbonfood.fi and follow @neocarbonfood

Human Thermal Sensor & Smart Clothing 2.0
Pekka Tuomaala

15:00 - 18:00​15:00 - 18:00

Human Thermal Sensor (HTS) is a new paradigm for individual control of thermal environment. This smart control concept is able to define optimal temperature set-point for an individual by monitoring current space parameters (i.e., temperatures, air flow velocity, and relative humidity) and occupant data (activity level and clothing).

Safety, security, and well-being can be improved by introducing new features for future garments. For example, by tracking workers on a construction site we can generate on-line warnings in case of somebody approaching dangerous zones, functional garments can improve thermal satisfaction and working performance of outdoor workers, and movement sensors can detect both accidents (enabling automated alarms) and trajectories (for athletes and physiotherapists).

Hyperspectral camera for small payload satellites & Volume-scalable hyperspectral Iphone
Anna Rissanen & Himadri Majumdar

12:00 - 15:0012:00 - 16:30
VTT’s unique hyperspectral imaging technology enables novel products for diverse applications - from high-performance space imaging to volume-scalable mobile sensing. The team has a track-record of creating award-winning new products with several start-ups. Read more at www.vttresearch.com/microspectrometers 

Food 4.0
Lauri Reuter

​15:00 - 18:00​15:00 - 18:00
Read more at https://makingoftomorrow.com/category/bioeconomy/food/

Textile recycling Ali Harlin
and Infinited Fiber Petri Alava, CEO, Infinited Fibre

12:00 - 15:00​09:00 - 12:00
Read more at http://www.vttresearch.com/media/news/fabric-made-from-vtts-recycled-fibre-feels-half-way-between-cotton-and-viscose and http://infinitedfiber.com/

FUN-gi: fungal materials
Christopher Landowski

​12:00 - 15:00​09:00 - 12:00
This project is an exploration of mycelium using different types of fungi mixed with other natural agents like bacterial cellulose, nanocellulose and wood. The result, new kind of fungal materials and pigments with different properties, could serve as a sustainable alternative for the creation of accessories or household objects in the future. Designed and created by Manuel Arias Barrantes (Aalto University) in close collaboration with VTT.

LCA analyses: MELI
Malin zu Castell-Rüdenhausen

​15:00 - 18:00 ​15:00 - 18:00
MELI is a transparent and user-friendly tool for life cycle emission assessments of infra construction targeting to promote material recycling and waste utilization.

 

 The schedule is subject to change.

 

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