Sydney is home to some of the best things in the world, like the longest line of pizzas in the world at 221 meters which was verified by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Aside from Sydney’s incredible propensity for pizza making, it’s also known for disruptive technology companies. For example, this Australian city contains companies who deal in analytics, artificial intelligence, AgTech, wearable tech, and IoT.
Check out the top ten disruptive companies in Sydney!
Brin uses artificial intelligence and information collected from a large pool of successful entrepreneurs to offer financial advice and help educate startup owners about business best practices. Brin chats with you to better know who you are and what you want to achieve with your business. Brin helps you learn what your next steps are by offering more than 1000 educational videos at you disposal via smartphone.
MacroVue allows investors to choose what they invest in by industry, market performance, and other key factors. MacroVue lets users group their investments into customized portfolios and trade across 18 international stock exchanges all in one place.
Living PlanIT has been recognized for their contributions on a global scale to smart city projects and technological advancements relating to the industrialized internet. Living PlanIT brings software offerings to the market that can alter the way cities operate. They have been recognized for two software platforms in particular: PlanIT OS:tm: and PlanIT Urban Operating System:tm:.
Sprout Stack is changing the way agriculture is executed in areas with limited resources. Shipping containers form the base for their growing platform and can be the equivalent of as much as one-and-a-half acres of healthy land. Sprout Stack is helping humanity increase its efficiency in producing and distributing food.
Zova is a personal companion app that helps users get in and stay in shape. Zova is determined to reduce the amount of immobility and lack of exercise that society faces today. Lacking exercise long term can be detrimental to an individual’s health, and Zova is helping to alleviate those problems by turning users on to healthier habits.
Morse Micro is bringing secure Wi-Fi to IoT devices at a reasonable cost. A serious issue faced by many IoT devices is the inability to be upgraded once they are deployed. Morse is ensuring that devices built with their hardware can be upgraded in their natural environment to reduce the likelihood of attack.
Mail Boxes Etc. assists with most parts of the creation and shipping processes. They assist customers with design, printing, shipping, mailbox rentals, and more. They have more than 2000 locations all over the globe to assist their customers.
Hivery provides usable, real-world insights to businesses that operate in industries with a tight bottom-line. Hivery applies prescriptive analytics to specific business problems in order to resolve the issues and increase the overall efficiency of their customers’ operations.
DroneLancer uses drones with visual sensing and location awareness to pick up and deliver packages. Optical sensors, object detection, and collision avoidance make DroneLancer’s delivery service reliable, accurate, and fast. They offer their drone network service to retailers for rapid delivery and drone recall.
Remitt is working with international regulators to establish the first standards for blockchain networks. Remitt is in contact with ISO and working to reach an agreement on what the initial standards should be. Among the proposed standards are a method of interacting between blockchains. Remitt wants to help create the “Internet of blockchain”.