PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LeWeb’14 Paris today announces the 19 finalists of its internationally-renowned Startup Competition.
11 finalists have been chosen from a record 1,000 projects that were submitted. In addition, seven finalists come from the winners of the first LeWeb Startup Tour held in Berlin, Stockholm, Paris and Barcelona. The 19th finalist is the winner of the 4th annual Lady Pitch Night, organised by LeWeb partner, Girls in Tech.
LeWeb Startup Competition provides entrants with an international platform to pitch their projects at LeWeb’14 Paris, on December 10. The three winning projects will have the opportunity to present their startup to Internet specialists, business angels and venture capitalists on the main LeWeb’14 Paris stage, December 11.
CrowEmotion (UK): A cloud-based facial coding technology that allows to measure emotions anytime, anywhere simply using your own camera.
NinjaMock (Danmark) helps creative people to develop their mobile app's and web pages. With built-in sharing and collaboration features, it’s easy to share, test and collaborate with all stakeholders.
Kappo.bike (Chile) offers Analytics and Insights about trips made by urban cyclists to help cities take better decisions about bicycle infrastructure planning. Data is gathered from a mobile social game.
Runform (Slovakia) is an iPhone app that will help you run more efficiently and without pain or injuries.
ÖdeAl (Turkey) is a complete business solution with payment module, loyalty management tool and reporting system for businesses or individual sellers who want to grow their businesses. The app can be used as mobile wallet or digital point of sale.
Aircall (France) lets companies create their phone numbers anywhere and handle calls wherever they are, on people's existing devices.
Proxy 42 (US) has developed - father.io - a Massive Multiplayer First Person Shooter that transforms the Real World into a full-immersive Videogame.
Pilo (France): Solving the battery problem, Pilo.cool has built an AA battery that is powered by movement. It is eternal, ecological and cheap.
Noki (Austria): The first smart door lock made for Eurozone with permanent internet connectivity.
Styla (Germany) brings the print-magazine aesthetics to online storytelling. They replace magazine designers and layouts by pure algorithms, so user can create a gorgeous magazine in seconds.
Jukedeck (UK) uses algorithms to produce affordable, copyright-free music in unlimited quantities. Users can generate a soundtrack at the touch of a button.
Cuciniale (Berlin) : With the help of sensors, this app identifies key food properties — size, weight, fat, water, protein content - and adjusts calorie counts and cooking time accordingly.
local.app (Berlin) : it’s an app that automatically adapts its content to the point of interest, morphing itself into a location-specific ‘local app’. No scanning or downloading required.
NaturalCycles (Stockholm) The startup allows you to track your fertility, thus providing a natural birth-control solution.
Sublimeskinz (Paris) is specialised in the distribution and performance of skin-based advertising across the Internet, with a clear objective to maximize publisher revenues and optimize the return on advertiser investments.
Fitle (Paris) allows to find the right clothes in individual size in online shops. Fitle can access partner brands' database in real time and generate accurate 3D versions of clothes based on their dimensions, size and material.
Playgiga (Barcelona) offers a powerful new technology for delivering high-quality, graphically-rich video games from the cloud.
Trip4Real (Barcelona) is an online marketplace that allows travellers visiting Spain to participate in experiences hosted by locals.
EasySize (Danemark) offers a service for optimising how apparel online shops see size charts. Today, it provides the much needed assistance with defining size for the online-shopping