PSYGIG wins at the pitch contest co-hosted by Plug and Play Japan and CEATEC
October 18, 2019 - Tokyo, Japan - Plug and Play Japan and one of the biggest technology exhibitions in Japan called CEATEC from co-hosted the pitch contest from October 15th to 18th, 2019. CEATEC2018 attracted over 156,000 participants, and the pitch contest was held at CEATEC2019 on the following themes:
- Day 1 Healthcare / Insurtech
- Day 2 Smart City
- Day 3 5G / IoT / AI / Retail
- Day 4 Mobility
Joining the pitch contest on Day 4 as a mobility startup, PSYGIG won the 1st place as a result of audience voting.
PSYGIG will continue to work on developing and delivering solutions that contribute to creating a safe and intelligent mobility society.
At PSYGIG, our mission is to help mobility IoT engineers create a safer future by providing a platform that streamlines the processing, analysis and diagnosis of data obtained from mobility IoT devices such as autonomous vehicles, drones, and robotics. Our platform provides SaaS and software development kit (SDK) solutions for instant error and failure diagnosis of sensor and log data obtained from such devices. Using the sophisticated tools provided by the platform, mobility IoT developers will be able to reduce engineering costs and accelerate the whole development process, ranging from hardware design to troubleshooting.
Head Office: Tunnel Tokyo, Sumitomo Fudosan Osaki Garden Tower 9F, 1-1-1 Nishi-shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Established: February 2017
Representative: Gary Lo