Swiss Advanced Startups @ Venture Café Tokyo

October 17, 2019, 17:30 - 20:30
Toranomon Hills 2F (Reception: Toranomon Hills Cafe) 1-23-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tôkyô-to 105-0001, Japan
Science & Technology Office Tokyo, Embassy of Switzerland in Japan - Venture Café Tokyo

The outstanding Swiss start-ups participating in the most comprehensive Japanese exhibition for CPS and IoT CEATEC (Makuhair Messe, 15.-18. October) are holding a pitching event at the Venture Café Tokyo! Use this opportunity to experience the latest technology from Switzerland – the country which has continuously been ranked number one in global innovation for nine years. (English-Japanese interpretation is available)


Companies to be presented:


Asyril    Flexible parts feeding system with 3-axis vibration technology and intelligent vision

Asyril, with its 3-axis vibration technology and intelligent vision system, enables speedy and accurate supply of parts including those that have complicated shapes or that require extremely gentle feeding. The highly functional system proven in Europe, America and Asia encompasses all three important sub-domains of modern part feeding systems: vibration technology, industrial vision and precision robotics.


Coat-X   The sealing and protection coating to be used on space equipment or even medical implants

Be it space equipment or medical implants – the thin, multilayer hermetical seal developed by Coat-X has a vast variety of applications. Precision instruments, magnetic products, electric circuits, medical equipment as well as wind power generators, LEDs, drones, aircrafts – Coat-X can offer more cost-efficient solutions than conventional sealing techniques. A Japanese representative will be presenting.


CREAL3D   Mixed reality that naturally switches the eye focus between close and long-distance vision

Following the rise of virtual reality and augmented reality, mixed reality visually overlays the virtual with the real world. Allowing for a natural shift of the eye focus, Creal3D’s technology was even recognized by the likes of the world-renowned CES. The two founders who are former CERN engineers are looking forward to coming to Japan.


Mandat International IoT Lab    International research on IoT and personal information protection

Mandat International is a Geneva-based foundation promoting international cooperation. Especially the “IoT Lab”, a research platform gathering research teams and experts on IoT and data protection, engages in international research projects with over 150 partner all over the world, including Europe and Japan.  Offering solutions and services in line with the GDPR relating to personal data protection and Privacy by Design, the IoT Lab supports research on emerging technologies and technology transfer to the industries as well as the marketplace.


Nomoko   Simulation by faithfully reproduced 3D maps

The three-dimensional map, which faithfully reproduces the real world including colors and textures, can be used for a variety of simulations. It enables the user to move existing buildings and structures around like Lego blocks or overlay various information like IoT data, weather and traffic conditions. It can even be used for self-driving systems, city planning, space design and game development. Try it out with your very own eyes.


Somniacs    Birdly® - the vivid, full-body, immersive and interactive experience of flying

Birdly®, intended to fulfill people’s ancient dream of flying like a bird using advanced technologies, is presented by the Zürich University of the Arts spin-off, Somniacs. The immersive Virtual Reality (VR) and robotics technology that enables you to feel the sensation of spreading your arms like a wing and flying around freely has won acclaim around the world.




17:30 - end      Demonstrations
18:00 - 19:00      Pitching Session
19:00 - end      Networking






Target Audience    Companies, VCs, People Interested in International Startups
Date and Time    17.09.2019 (Thursday), 17:30 ~ 20:30 (with Networking Opportunities)

   Toranomon Hills 2F (Reception: Toranomon Hills Cafe)

   1-23-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tôkyô-to 105-0001, Japan

Entry Fee    Free of Charge

   Embassy of Switzerland in Japan, Science & Technology Office Tokyo