Technological solutions developed by Brazilian firms with support from FAPESP’s PIPE program are conquering markets in the US, Europe and China.
Solution developed by Brazilian startup forecasts conditions for ships to approach port and dock, including waves, tides, winds, currents and swells.
Enzymes produced by Brazilian startup Verdatis reduce electricty consumption in refining stage by 30%.
Land in São Paulo City and Campinas with an aggregate area of more than 2 million sq. m. could be converted into innovation and creativity environments. The projects are supported by FAPESP.
Brazilian startup Omni-eletronica’s technology uses artificial intelligence to optimize physical store operations.
System developed by Brazilian startup includes a portable sensor that sends data to a cloud-based platform while the patient is asleep at home.
Brazil’s Visiona and Canada’s Tesera are developing the service for the pulp and paper industry.
Partnership is supported by FAPESP Innovative Research in Small Business Program and National Research Council Canada.
Scientists at the Research Center for Gas Innovation, funded by FAPESP and Shell, have applied for a patent on their gravity separation technology.
Technology developed by Brazilian startup Autaza with FAPESP support has also been implemented by aerospace giant Embraer.
Startup develops molecular tests to classify indeterminate thyroid nodules.
Brazilian startup SpeechTera invests in four different products: speech corpora, acoustic models, pronunciation models, and grapheme-to-phoneme converters.
Brazilian tech startup Tau Flow uses computational fluid dynamics to evaluate processes or environments and reduce costs for clients.
Tool identifies behavioral pattern and establishes driver profile with over 90% accuracy.
With the support of the FAPESP Innovative Research in Small Business Program, Griaule has developed sophisticated automatic fingerprint identification software.