50 Game Changers aims to celebrate those supporting community projects, pushing boundaries on innovation and creating legacy – from start-ups to large scale companies.
Below is a list of companies included on the list:
|Aigenpulse||Milton Park||Combining machine learning and human expertise to facilitate the efficient creation of better drugs, making them available to more people|
|Bellvie||Abingdon||Private care and wellbeing services for people who need support at home in the Abingdon area|
|Deep Planet||Harwell Campus||Using satellites and machine learning to understand enivonmental risk|
|Northrow||Milton Park||Providing financial services organisations to improve operational efficiency and customer experience whilst reducing compliance risk|
|Open Cosmos||Harwell Campus||Providing information from space; ranging from mission development software and payload qualification kits to ready-to-launch small satellite platforms and supporting services|
|OrbAstro||Harwell Campus||Enabling nanosatellites |
to operate in large flocks
|Serelay Limited||Harwell Campus||Enabling mobile device users to capture photos and videos which are verifiable, and any third party that receives them to query authenticity of content and metadata|
|Vizidox||Milton Park||Providing bespoke data management and tracking solutions using blockchain technology|
ConnectTVT founder Louize Clarke said:
“People always ask me what makes a Game Changer – it’s not about highest turnover companies, but those championing change. We need to encourage a diverse mix of businesses across our innovation layers. There’s so much more work to do, starting with more affordable incubation space.”
ConnectTVT was launched in June 2014 to ‘put the Thames Valley back on the tech and digital cluster maps’.
The vision for ConnectTVT was to give an amplified voice to the innovative companies in the Thames Valley through a rich events programme.