We regularly host or attend different events throughout the year, you can find a selection of upcoming and past events below. Sign up for our Newsletter if you don’t want to miss out the next one!
In our 10th session of hubraum on air, we discussed the future of the SIM in IoT. Why should you prefer nuSIM over eSIM if you are a startup working in IoT?
In our 9th session of hubraum on air, we discussed: What are the possible exit strategies of venture capitals and founders? When is the best time to leave? What are the greatest challenges during an exit phase? We are inviting Min-Sung Sean Kim from Digital Health Ventures, Felix Anthonj from Flexperto, who just had his exit and Florian Steger, the Investment Director from hubraum.
In our 8th session of hubraum on air, we discussed: What is the role of Extended Reality in our lives? What are its opportunities and limits? What can the experts tell us about the use of AI in creating astonishing Extended Reality experiences? We invited Marie Tors from Graffiti AI, Fabian Quosdorf from mixed.world and Sven von Aschwege from Deutsche Telekom.
In 2020 Deutsche Telekom and Nreal agreed on a technology partnership to develop the topic Mixed Reality for the mass market. hubraum, the tech incubator of Deutsche Telekom, together with Nreal invited developers to create best in class Mixed Reality entertainment and productivity applications for industry leading Nreal Light hardware enabled by Deutsche Telekom’s technologies. Now, it is time to see the tangible results! Join the Mixed Reality Demo Day on March 17th, 2021 by hubraum – with NREAL as the leading Partner. Supported by UNITY, Qualcomm & MobiledgeX – check out what’s NEXT in 2021!
In our 7th session of hubraum on air, we discussed: What is the role of green tech startups in fostering sustainability? What opportunities are out there for them? In which sustainability-related domains do tech startups and big corporations cooperate? We invited Julia M. Profeta Johansson as the Co-CEO of Remagine.io and founder of Ella Impact, Melanie Kubin-Hardewig as Vice President of the Group Sustainability Management of Deutsche Telekom, Syed Abbas as the founder and CEO of 2Cimple and Marcin Maciejewski as the Foresight Leader of hubraum.
Starting into 2021 with our 6th hubraum on air panel we discussed: What were the greatest challenges for the high-tech startup industry in 2020? What opportunities did arise from these challenges? What specific trends are awaiting us in the upcoming year? We had our discussion with Dana Loberg the founder of the mixed reality startup Leo AR, Mali M. Baum as the CEO and founder of WLOUNGE and MAGDA Group, Dr. Alexander Hirschfeld from German Startups Association and Sonia Maciukiewicz as a futurologist at hubraum.
In a two weeks hackaton, innovative developers and designers are creating smart speaker solutions for home office productivity, work-life balance or convergent experiences!
Participants are equipped with a Magenta smart speaker and work with Deutsche Telekom’s Voicification Suite to build voice-enabled services.
Let’s start with the basics. What is a campus network, anyway? Second question: how can this technology transform factories and even entire industries? We debated these questions in a live discussion with campus network experts from Deutsche Telekom, T-Systems and logistics startup BoxID.
In our fourth edition of hubraum on air, we partnered with one of Germany’s biggest software and technology companies: SAP. Together we shared our vast experience with startup-corporate partnerships and investment. How do you get one? How do you make it work? We were also joined by the CTO of visual search engine startup nyris.io to give the discussion the right twist.
hubraum teamed up with SOSV/HAX Accelerator to explore startup funding from the incubator and accelerator perspective. We invited cyber security and blockchain startup Ubirch to share their learnings from the fundraising process. Learn from successful funding strategies and gain insight into the unique traits of the European investment landscape.
IoT is here to stay. What are the biggest IoT business opportunities? How do you scale? What trends & tech should you pay attention to?
Connectivity is shaping our era. Devices, houses, cars and beyond are getting smarter and interconnected. hubraum hosted a panel discussion to talk about the current status of IoT and where connectivity will take us.
Berlin is one of Europe’s leading startup ecosystems, drawing more and more attention to venture capital.
hubraum Berlin hosted a panel discussion with Artsiom Zhavarankau from Investitionsbank Berlin, the business development bank of Berlin, and Florian Steger, Investment Director at hubraum. They discussed Berlin’s funding landscape and key venture capital topics, such as funding in times of crisis and advice for founders on securing investments.
We invited tech-heavy profiles from -and from beyond – the Berlin XR ecosystem who wanted to build and design creative and innovative concepts around AR, MR, and VR. Partners from the industry joined to provide tech and support throughout the event and to enable the participants to work with state-of-the-art equipmentng and exchange of ideas.
On September 6th, 2019, we co-hosted the 7th annual Startupnight – an iconic Berlin evening of startup innovation, networking, pitching and exchange of ideas.
Wednesday 10th April of 2019. Seven incredible speakers; one tech magician, so many people in the audience that you could barely move and a troupe of waiters and waitresses weaving their way through the crowds, laden down with trays of canapés. The occasion? hubraum’s brand-new studio opening.
When we got the chance to host the student-led tech conference UNICON at hubraum, we decided to give the participants a hands-on challenge that could revolutionize daily life. UNICON unites 99 tech-focused students from top-tier universities in Europe for one day to learn, pitch and party together.
The finalists of our LTE-M Prototyping program presented their solutions at the Summit in Vienna. The event was very much the culmination point of the efforts made by the 18 solution partners and their mentors over the last months. “This is the highlight of our prototyping activities but not the end of the journey. It marks the starting point for commercializing LTE-M”, says Angus Emry, International IoT Manager at Deutsche Telekom.
Deutsche Telekom’s first AI hackathon was an opportunity to investigate how AI can work as key to automate processes in order to improve the overall customer experience. The AI Hackathon took place from January 29th – 30th 2018 and was part of the AI Industry Day on the 30th of January.
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