Startups based on University of Canterbury intellectual property
Motim Technologies was spun out from HITlabNZ in 2007. Motim Technologies offers mobile marketing solutions to brands such as Ford, Nike and Coca-Cola.
Canterbury Seismic Instruments offers seismic and structural monitoring systems. CSI’s instruments are used in the GeoNet earthquake network.
Veritide offers products for the real-time detection of foodborne microorganisms. A key application is the detection of contamination in meat plants.
MARS Bioimaging offers the first commercially available 3D spectral (multi-energy) scanner to produce in vivo images with anatomic and molecular quantification.
PTL is a team of highly trained timber engineers specialising in the design and construction of buildings and bridges. PTL was formed to commercialise post tensioning timber technology developed at UC.
Invert Robotics offers a robotic inspection platform that can climb any stainless steel surface. The robot uses advanced sensors and high definition cameras for immediate analysis.
Calpain is developing drug compounds aimed at retarding the progression of major ophthalmic diseases.
World-leading Augmented Reality specialists with cutting edge colour technology, provide high quality engaging experiences for all ages for some of the world's most recognisable brands.
Firms licensing University of Canterbury intellectual property
Northrop Grumman has licensed a fibre-optic rotation sensor unit for the detection of loads or damages of a mechanical structure.
Triton Hearing has licensed the Digit Triplet Test, a screening test for hearing loss.