Innovation projects

Quantum Integrity SA - Detecting faked photos and videos

The Swiss start-up Quantum Integrity SA helps to detect fake photos and videos quickly and easily with its software. Their further development with a research partner is being supported by Innosuisse in an innovation project.

GenomSys SA - Making genetic analysis more easily accessible

In its innovation project, the Lausanne-based biotech company GenomSys SA is researching efficient software solutions for the processing and dissemination of DNA data. The aim is to simplify access to genetic analyses.

Deep Snow - Innosuisse supports Swiss tourism

Deep Snow is a prime example of what the Swiss Innovation Agency can offer in terms of support. This project, which is the result of cooperation between the EcoVision Lab at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich and the University of Zurich spin-off Exolabs, aims to measure snow cover in the mountains in real time.

Protecting glaciers through artificial snowmaking

The innovation project, supported by Innosuisse, aims to technically snow the Morteratsch glacier and thus protect it.

Topadur Pharma - Eye drops to combat glaucoma

With the support of Innosuisse and together with research partners, the Swiss start-up Topadur is researching a novel active ingredient against glaucoma. Glaucoma is the second most common cause of blindness after cataracts.

ClearSpace - EPFL start-up seeks to clean up space

ClearSpace tackles failed satellites and the proliferation of debris in space. With the help of Innosuisse, this start-up from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne is developing technology based on artificial intelligence that is capable of approaching and capturing such debris.

QueueForMe: Warteschlangen revolutionieren

QueueForMe spells an end to waiting for hours in queues that seem to go on forever.

Biospectal - Measuring blood pressure using a smartphone

Measuring blood pressure in a more accessible and accurate way is the goal of Biospectal, a start-up based in the canton of Vaud founded in 2017, which aims to combat hypertension around the world.

Bern Aphasia App - Making life easier for aphasia patients

The “Bern Aphasia App” was developed by a multidisciplinary team of speech therapists, neurologists, psychologists and engineers. An Innosuisse project launched this year aims to make a market roll-out of the app possible by 2022.

TwingTec - The mobile wind power plant that can fly

Wind power is a tried and tested, clean source of energy. But because it involves the use of large installations, it is unsuitable in a lot of regions. Swiss company TwingTec AG has come up with an innovative way of resolving this problem – by raising the power plant into the air.

Last modification 08.07.2020

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