We are seeking startups within Industry 4.0

Do you want to expand your business into new European markets? Then, the Industry 4.0 Accelerator might be the right stepping stone!

In cooperation with our partners in the DeepTech Alliance, we are seeking Norwegian startups to an industry-specific accelerator program within Industry 4.0. The acceleration program is exclusively designed for Industry 4.0 startups, who are ready to deliver or test their solutions with corporate partners or customers in Europe.

The Industry 4.0 Accelerator is a 6-week program that matches mature startups with partners, B2B customers and investors in new European markets. Startups interested, must apply within the 17th of May. Read more about the Industry 4.0 Accelerator here. 

The Industry 4.0 Accelerator offers

  • Matchmaking with potential corporate partners
  • Expert workshops on international business development and partnerships
  • 1 : 1 mentoring and business coaching
  • Local support in new markets
  • Investor exposure
  • A strong peer network with a selected Industry 4.0 startup founders

What do we mean by Industry 4.0?

Industry 4.0 refers to the fourth industrial revolution, which affects every manufacturing domain and comprises advanced manufacturing technologies that capture, optimize, and deploy data.

Participants in the Industry 4.0 Accelerator can operate within several relevant fields such as: Predictive Maintenance, Automation, Sensor Technology, Big Data and Analytics, Simulation, Digital Twins, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, Smart Systems, Value Chain System Integration, AI, (I)IoT, Additive Manufacturing and Cybersecurity.

The DeepTech Alliance, is an international initiative between the best deep tech incubators and accelerators in Europe, to bring the most promising deep tech startups faster to the market.

The alliance consist of eight partners: Kongsberg Innovation (Norway),  Drive Technion Accelerator (Israel), ieLab (Switzerland), Future Box (Denmark), Hello Tomorrow (France)UnternehmerTUM (Germany), PoliHub (Italy) and Things (Sweden).