At PSYGIG, we want to help engineers develop safer, more secure and better performing software for robotics, drones and IoT applications. As robotics become more ubiquitous and ingrained in our everday lives, the software becomes more complex and sophisticated. Consequently, the risk and socio-economical impact of failure becomes more significant. Our goal is to provide tools to engineers to help with managing, diagnosing and resolving such risks in complex software environments.
SPROUND, Shinagawa Intercity Tower A 22F, 2 Chome-15-2 Konan, Minato City, Tokyo 108-6105
ARK Musashi Koyama 2F, 3-21-10, Koyama, Shinagawa, Tokyo 142-0062
|Representative||Gary King Man Lo|
|Funds Raised||100M JPY|
|Employees||5 (as of August 2019)|
|Business Summary||Design, development, research, distribution, sales, operation, maintenance and consulting of mobility IoT platforms and related computer system softwares|
Started in 2017, we are a team with diverse cultural and technical backgrounds who thrive on being in open and collaborative environments.
We enjoy being dynamic and adapting to ever-changing business environments and technology innovations.
Our members have worked on big data analytic solutions at YCombinator-backed startups in Silicon Valley and hardware systems at engineering firms in Japan.
We are always looking for talented people to join our team. Check out the openings we have available.
・ Established PSYGIG Inc.
・ Won 2nd place at Create @ Alibaba Cloud Startup Contest.
|2018||・ Raised 100 million Japanese yen in a seed round from DG Incubation, DNX Ventures, Genesia Ventures, and STRIVE (GREE Ventures).|
・ Joined Microsoft for Startups.
・ Won the 1st place in the Mobility vertical at the pitch contest co-hosted by Plug and Play Japan and CEATEC.
・ Won the Audience Award at Global Pitch 2019 Smart Cities in the U.S.
・ Joined TechCrunch Tokyo 2019 Startup Battle as a finalist.
・ Selected for Plug and Play Japan's IoT Batch 4.
・ Released a thermal screening solution as part of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
・ Selected by Tokyo Robot Collection, a project driven by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government,
and demonstrated "PSYKUN," a robot performing fever and mask detection.
・ Selected by Fukuyama City, Hiroshima, for the PoC project launched to fight against COVID-19
and demonstrated a heat map for visualizing congestion.