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Vyntelligence Leading The Change In Security, Safety and Services With AI

Vyntelligence is leading the market with its high standards and technology that it has introduced in security and safety at the worksite with the help of AI. Rajat Khare founder of Boundary Holding, who has recently invested in the technology, feels the same about the need to bring change in the sector.
Released on: July 29th, 2022 |

Digitale Herzvorsorge bei Vorhofflimmern und Schlaganfall Meilenstein: Brustgurt smartcorCONTROL bereit zur Zertifizierung

Medizinprodukte werden bis zu ihrer Zulassung besonders strengen Prüfungen unterzogen. smartcorCONTROL, der innovative Herzgurt zur digitalen Gesundheitsvorsorge,
Released on: July 27th, 2022 |

Mobile devices are going to change the eyecare industry

A few months back Rajat Khare’s Boundary Holding made an investment in Remidio Innovative Solutions, a Bangalore-based company run by Anand Sivaraman. Both of these entrepreneurs believe in developing technology for the betterment of humankind.
Released on: July 21th, 2022 |

How can We Protect the Coral Reefs Ecosystem?

The inventions like the “WasteShark” by Dutch company RanMarine and FRED by the US-based organization Clear Blue Sea are a few examples that have proved to be both efficient and easy ways of cleaning water bodies.
Released on: July 1st, 2022 |

Can European nations leverage revolutionary technology to keep cross-border threats at bay?

Europe’s prowess to defend itself gets tested day in and day out. The danger is only increasing with time. However, new-age revolutionary firms are certainly looking to equip the authorities with the right technology to mitigate this issue.
Released on: May 2nd, 2022 |

Switzerland-based Neo Medical braces up for expansion after receiving funds from Boundary Holding

The medtech company has come up with revolutionary one-time use sterile kits which include pedicle screw systems and cages for spine surgery, saving huge costs for hospitals as well as patients. On the back of its innovative solutions, Neo Medical has attracted a number of investors across the globe
Released on: Jan 28th, 2022 |

Swiss startup Scewo develops power wheelchair to help people with mobility issues climb stairs

Globally, more than 20 million people report some kind of mobility difficulty each year. The mean age of individuals with minor, moderate, or major difficulty ranged from 59 to 67 years. However, this problem is not uncommon in young adults. People with mobility disability experience many transportation barriers, which hinders their participation in various events. Especially, a staircase is an insurmountable challenge for those who use a wheelchair.
Released on: Jan 14th, 2022 |

Tracking mobility of people through data analytics can help combat spread of Covid-19

The Covid-19 outbreak has increased the importance of tracking mobility of individuals. A global research network has showcased how tracking and documenting movement of people can be of significant help to the government agencies during the pandemic.
Released on: Dec 20th, 2021 |

Astrocast seeks direct stock listing as investors gain a fortune

Unlike Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite services that focuses on supplying high-speed internet to people who can’t be reached by fiber optic cables, Astrocast aims to connect variety of devices to make the Internet of Things works.
Released on: Nov 17th, 2021 |

Edall Systems to reinforce its vision in the field of aerospace through funding from pre-series A round

Bangalore-based Edall Systems intends to march beyond the government sector, unlike other companies. It has already developed drones for civilian purposes, which gives it an edge over its competitors.
Released on: Oct 19th, 2021 |

Investments by Indian Conglomerates Boost Indigenous Production of Aerial Robots

According to BIS Research, global market intelligence and advisory firm, the global aerial robots market will touch a whopping $28.47 billion this year, of which over 4 per cent will be contributed by India.
Released on: Aug 16th, 2021 |

Having taken the world by storm, tethered aerial robot applications are settling in for a long haul

Elistair, a company based in New York, is accelerating the development of tethered base stations for commercial aerial robots. It is a well-known brand in the United States and France, having facilitated applications for a variety of organisations such as aerial broadcasting, traffic monitoring, and firefighting.
Released on: May 20th, 2021 |

After launching five new satellites, Astrocast eyes Direct Stock Market listing

Astrocast, a nanosatellite network is seeking $54 million in a private placement ahead of a direct listing on the stock market. The move comes after the company launched five new satellites on the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
Released on: July 13th, 2021 |

Boundary Holding investit dans Astrocast

Boundary Holding veut faciliter l’avènement de la quatrième révolution industrielle en investissant dans des technologies révolutionnaires», a déclaré Rajat Khare.
Released on: Feb 25th, 2021 |

Drones: Internest flies towards the industrialization phase

Internest has designed a landing guidance system for military drones and helicopters. The start-up is one of the winners of the call for expressions of interest launched by ADP, RATP and Choose Paris Région.
Released on: Feb 24th, 2021 |

Boundary Holding invests in Swissdrones

Boundary Holding announces it has made an equity investment in SwissDrones, a company based in Zürich, Switzerland, specializing in the development of unmanned helicopter drone systems.
Released on: January 26th, 2021 |

SA founded water drone startup Ranmarine Technology lands Series-A investment

Netherland-based startup RanMarine Technology, founded by South African Richard Hardiman, has netted a Series-A investment from European investor Boundary Holding.
Released on: May 29th, 2020 |

Boundary Holding makes cleantech investment, funds Netherland-based startup

European investment firm Boundary Holding has recently invested in a Netherland-based startup – RanMarine Technology. The firm specialises in the design and development..

Released on: May 26th, 2020 |

French deep tech startup Internest gets bridge funding to develop precision landing technology for drones

Paris-based deep tech startup Internest has received bridge funding from Luxembourg fund Boundary Holding. The exact amount of the pre-series A round was not disclosed.

Released on: March 27th, 2020 |

Boundary Holding Invests in Autonomous Security Technology with InfiniDome

InfiniDome, a cyber-startup, which is making its way forward in the mobility technology, has received bridge funding from European AI fund, Boundary Holding, as it prepares for its future significant funding rounds.

Released on: January 6, 2020 |

Global investment firm Boundary Holding invests in Technofounders startup- Cerbair

Cerbair, a French-based Technofounders startup has received funding from Boundary Holding, a bridge investment fund that invests in global AI technology-driven startups.

Released on: September 26, 2019 |

Konux receives investment from global investment fund Boundary Holding

Global investment fund Boundary Holding recently announced its investment in Konux, an Industrial IoT and AI analytics company based in Munich, Germany.

Released on: May 08, 2019 | Business-Review EU

Singapore’s facial recognition, video analytics startup XRVision gets investment from Boundary Holding

Boundary Holding aims to leverage XRVision’s growing market potential and the high growth of facial recognition and video content analytics market.

Released on: Sep 28, 2018 | E27

Critical infrastructure investment is essential to rail progress

Tech consultant and IoT proponent Paul Hemlett explores the need for critical infrastructure investment in the rail sector. Railway systems and technology development have been picking up steam over the years.

Released on: May 24, 2019 | Government Europa

Following UK’s model, Luxembourg fund invests in Indian AI startup

The UK is the fourth largest investor in India and remains the largest investor in India, outside of South East Asia and Africa. In 2017 alone, 38% of British companies made new investments in India in 2017.

Released on: December 27, 2018 | The London Economic