The magazine Ny Teknik annually nominates Sweden's best, most innovative tech start-ups that can change the industries in which they operate and have a strong international potential. Out of about 300 nominees, 33 companies are chosen to the list – and seven of them are connected to Chalmers.
The companies with connections to Chalmers alumni are:
Everdrone, which develops self-propelled drones that can help emergency services to save lives. The company is on the list for the second year in a row.
Einride develops world-leading electrified and autonomous trucks. This year, the company has reached gold level because they are on the list for the third year in a row.
Annotell develops systems containing training data for machine learning. The company is on the list for the second year in a row.
Freemelt has developed a 3D printer for metal with electron beam.
Aqua Robur Technologies develops IoT technology that measures leakage in water pipes. The company is also part of Chalmers Ventures.
Furthermore, three companies originate from the university incubator Chalmers Ventures, Elypta
that develops technology for early cancer diagnoses and Zeropoint Technologies
, which makes hardware to reduce the need for, or increase the capacity of the computer's main memory.