Source: Real Tech Fund ‘The Power of Technology, to the Force of the Future‘ very much encapsulates what Real Tech Fund aspires to achieve and believes in. What makes Real Tech Fund successful? Here’s my take: 1. Beautiful Vision ‘I want to change the world. I want to change the future. Everyone who gets in technology is swearing in mind, so willing trying while sleeping. However, most of it disappears in the midst of dreams. Technology has unlimited possibilities. However, the world does not move by itself. Without funds and wisdom, experience, understanding of the world, No matter how … Continue reading What makes Real Tech Fund successful
source: medium On the panel about securities and blockchain at Japan Blockchain 2019, speakers included: J Todd Morley Y2X Dave Shuler Y2X Fujiyo Ishiguro CEO Manmeet Singh EMURGO/CIO Source: youtube CEO Ishiguro is an advisor of Governments in Blockchain and her greatest concern is funds. Her view is that blockchain will change the world and so policy makers ought to pay greater attention to what is developing. CEO Ishiguro speaks of how digitalisation would impact whole industries including the banking sector which is not performing so well. source: MOAF Shuler talks about the market and how the housing … Continue reading Security Tokens O and blockchain
source: SpaceBD Founder and CEO Ryota Hirai of Astrex aims to power NewSpace through their nano satellite electric power systems. Think of batteries that charge nano-sats then think of Astrex. Located in MOBIO, a support base for SME startups in Osaka, they have a serious, yet inviting approach when speaking of their company. What makes Astrex successful? 1. Strong technical basis CEO Hirai himself is originally from Tokyo though moved to Osaka for University and stayed on to work on Astrex. From the samples he showed me, one could sense that they are at an R&D stage and at … Continue reading What makes Astrex successful?
source: Warpspace Warpspace was founded by CEO Toshihiro Kameda in June 2016 who is also an associate professor at the University of Tsukuba. CEO Kameda worked with his students to develop satellites for Project Yui which then became a spinoff company. Warpspace offers satellite modules and ground system instruments. source: University of Tsukuba What makes Warpspace? Here’s my take: source: Japan-forward.com 1. Play with space As the foundations of Warpspace started at University with the new space concept of ‘Play with Space’ by supporting individual satellite development, launching system and operation, one could say that it all started … Continue reading What makes Warpspace successful?
source: spacetide Spacetide is an industry-wide platform for accelerating NewSpace. Here Spacetide refers specifically to the space industry and sectors including small satellites, data, satellite internet systems, space travel, space mining and their vision is to harmonise technologies and business models. Led by a team including: President & CEO Mayasasu Ishida Director, Hidetaka Aoki Director & COO, Masashi Sato Director, Atsushi Mizushima and a team of probono members. What makes Spacetide successful? Here’s a few points: 1. Engagement As one of the few, if not first platforms where people in Japan can actively engage in NewSpace discussions. Their format includes: … Continue reading What makes Spacetide Successful?
source: Infostellar.net Infostellar, founded by Naomi Kurahara is one of those NewSpace startups that I truly respect. Infostellar is very much values-based and about its people. Their focus is very much on the talents of their people and also utilising their talents to tackle complex problems. Everyone is an active player in the team. Their focus is on team integrity and in working together to tackle the challenges they are facing. According to Forbes, Infostellar wants to build a worldwide ground station network with the aim of sharing antennas on a global platform. With more and more satellite launches, CEO … Continue reading What makes Infostellar successful?
source: GITAI GITAI, founded by CEO, Sho Nakanose is about developments of Avatar Robots for space developments. GITAI provides a humanoid telepresence robot-like “Avatar” for science experiments in space stations. Having met CEO Nakanose at Singularity University before Japan, I knew first hand there was a strength of determination and focus that I had known before. I knew from gut instinct that this is going to be a successful startup from sheer determination. During the Global Solutions Program when one could say we were put through an intensive program of Singularity and learning all the emergent technologies, CEO … Continue reading What makes GITAI successful?