See the 11 Companies Who Made it to Our EIR Semi-Finalist Round
In October, we announced the opening of applications for our first Entrepreneurship-in-Residence program. We received hundreds of applications from an impressive group of world-class startups. After reviewing the teams and applications, we were able to narrow them down to 11 semi-finalists.
In the coming weeks, these semi-finalists below will be invited to City Hall to present their product and team in front of City of San Francisco department leaders. The final cohort of 3–5 companies will be announced in January 2014.
Arrive Labs builds software solutions for urban transit and transportation challenges. Their community-driven transit services uses crowdsourced data, predictive algorithms and intelligence to forecast urban congestion and provides transit riders with alternatives and options to optimize their transportation. See them on AngelListLeventis Labs aims to provide real time and context aware information to people at high density and traffic places. Using emerging hardware standards and software, their services deliver the information a traveler needs in his or her language at the time they need it and on mobile devices.
Beyond Lucid Technologies is an enterprise management software platform for Fire and EMS agencies. Their products enable efficient collection of medical and logistical data in the field that saves precious time, optimizes healthcare and EMS resources and better connects patients and providers. See them on AngelListMobilePD provides police, fire, and emergency management departments with products that enable better two-way communications and engagement with their citizens. MobilePD allows citizens to be more fully engaged in public safety and enables better information sharing resulting in increased prevention and prosecution of crimes and enhancement of public safety.
Birdi has created smart smoke and air quality detectors that connect you and your loved ones with timely information and alerts from indoor air quality to emergencies about a fire or exposure to carbon monoxide. See them on AngelList
Mozio is a platform that offers transportation-related purchases and plans to improve public transit offerings and distribution channels to enable more options for passengers, riders and commuters. See them on AngelList
BuildingEye is building a digital platform to provide residents and businesses information about city changes such as streets repaved, sewers replaced, new buildings and all of these things that can impact the day to lives of residents and businesses and maps the city’s ongoing activities.Regroup provides integrated group/mass messaging that can go out, with a single click, via email, text message, voice message, social media like Facebook and Twitter, and more including digital signage, siren, etc. It can be used for both day-to-day and emergency communications. See them on AngelList
Compology provides smart and data-driven waste management. They are developing a waste monitoring system which uses a wireless device to see how full and what’s inside a dumpster. The data can then be used to more efficiently manage waste hauling, recyclables and measure diversion goals.Synthicity uses an intuitive 3D digital city as an interactive backdrop to explore, analyze, and communicate the future of the city. A “SimCity” for real-world urbanism, it is a platform for understanding complex urban phenomena and supporting plan development as well as tracking planning through implementation such as visualizing building permits through their lifecycle. See them on AngelList
indoo.rs provides a platform using mobile, localization, mapping, routing and geo-location services for indoor mapping and real-time navigation to help navigate complex environments that traditionally relies heavily on signage and static maps that are hard to interpret. Their products are built upon both the low energy Bluetooth standard and WiFi. See them on AngelList