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.
Brazilian startup Reciclapac uses an electronic device to track and manage racks throughout production chain.
With FAPESP’s support, Dinamo Networks is developing a platform for cloud-based encryption services offered by data centers.
App developed by InCeres uses nutrient data obtained from soil analysis, weather conditions, crop type and satellite images.
The challenge was to develop a product that offered the same experience as a video game but could be accessed on a mobile device.
Electrical impedance tomography is used by Timpel to monitor mechanical ventilation and assure safe treatment suited to each patient.
SmartForest system uses electronic sensors to gauge tree growth, quality and health.