The Spark provides drivers of the digital revolution with the chance to present themselves on the big stage. The perfect award for startups whose ideas have the potential to cause ground-breaking changes within industry. You will not only have the chance to present your ideas to a prominent jury and high-caliber guests but also get in touch with other proponents of the digital revolution.
This year we focus on companies within the field of robotics who offer an innovative, scalable concept and have been already successfully tested in a business context.
MEET THE WINNERS OF 2018
Together, Handelsblatt and McKinsey honored the award winners of “The Spark – The German Digital Award” for a third time in front of an invited audience comprising 300 guests from politics, business, and science. Ten digital pioneer-businesses presented themselves at the “Arena Berlin” to the audience. Three of these businesses impressed the jury in particularly and therefor were awarded as the winners of “The Spark 2018”:
2. VINCENT SYSTEMS
YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET THE FINALISTS?
On the 8th of November we will honor the award winners of “The Spark – The German Digital Award” in Berlin for the third time. You are a proponent of the digital revolution and would like to attend our exclusive award ceremony? Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get inspired by our ten finalists and top-class speakers: State Minister for Digitalization Dorothee Bär, ABB CEO Sami Atiya and Matthias Biniok from IBM.
You are not able to attend in person at the 8th of November in Berlin? Just visit us on Handelsblatt-Online and experience ten ground-breaking business ideas of our The Spark finalists in the livestream.
THE FINALISTS 2018
Within our application process ten finalists were preselected. On the 19th of September those finalists introduced their innovation at the live pitches during the jury session. The winners will be announced at the award ceremony on the 8th of November in Berlin.
micropsi industries’s MIRAI is a robot control system for industrial robots designed for complex assembly tasks. MIRAI skills aren’t programmed, but trained – through demonstration, correction, and repetition. This allows users to create skills without writing a single line of code or modelling the problem.
WHAT IS IN IT FOR YOU
As finalist or winner of The Spark- The German Digital Award you’ll gain many benefits …
… valuable contacts, a competent network and relevant insights.
… a range of influence by presenting your company on stage and via our media.
… an approved distinction to raise your reputation.
OVERVIEW OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS
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