Startup Battlefield 2023

And the winner of Startup Battlefield at Disrupt 2023 is . . . BioticsAI

Over the last three days, 20 startups participated in the incredibly competitive Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disrupt. These 20 companies were selected as the best of the Startup Battlefield 200

Here are the 6 finalists of Startup Battlefield at Disrupt 2023

During the last two days, 20 startups pitched their companies as part of TechCrunch Startup Battlefield at Disrupt 2023. These 20 companies were selected as the best of the Startup Battlefield 200 and

Betweened wants to teach kids how to use social media, not shut them out of it

Keeping kids off social media is idealistic at best, and giving them access to it opens a Pandora’s box of privacy concerns.

MakersHub deciphers accounts payable data so construction companies don’t have to

MakersHub's WiseVision technology extracts and contextualizes all data on bills and receipts, including every line item and data field.

Agri-Trak is helping farms replace pen and paper with digital tools to track labor and production

Meet Agri-Trak, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform designed to help farms digitize, track and analyze their labor and production. The Pultneyville, New York-based startup presented today at TechC

AppFactor drags legacy enterprise apps to the cloud through automation

Technical debt is often the unsung villain of the enterprise, crippling companies seeking to modernize as they realize just how much “legacy” lives in their stack. And as with most kinds o

Reekon hopes high-tech home improvement tools can drag contractors into the 21st century

TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield company Reekon is building the next generation of smart tools for home contractors.

PDS is coming to a cop car near you to stop you from drug-driving

According to a 2022 traffic safety study, 56% of drivers involved in serious injury or fatal crashes tested positive for at least one drug. In 2020, there were more than 5 million car accidents report

Parallel Health takes a biotech-forward approach to skincare with custom phage therapy

Parallel Health turns the microbiome of the skin from creepy fact to potentially transformative skin care with custom phage therapy.

Mainstack’s no-code online business service eliminates cross-border payment complexity

Ayobami Oyaleke and Olamide Akinola grew up in Nigeria dreaming of launching a tech startup. Today they are living that dream with Mainstack, a no-code website-building tool for small business owners

Untap Health wants to help offices and care homes track risk from bugs like flu and COVID-19

Ever since the pandemic we’ve been told we’ll need to learn to live with COVID-19, while also being warned it won’t be the last pandemic to hit us. Yet health risks aren’t equa

Magnestar wants to solve the satellite signal interference problem for the entire space industry

Phalanx protects company data by automatically securing and tracking sensitive documents

Data loss prevention (DLP) has emerged as a foundational strategy for businesses looking to prevent workers from inadvertently (or advertently) sharing sensitive data outside the confines of the compa

Nolej’s AI-generated classroom tools are a force multiplier for educators

The idea of bringing AI into the classroom doesn’t sit well with everyone, but the team behind Nolej believes that generative AI can supercharge learning — all while keeping teachers front and cen

Beyond Aero is building a hydrogen-powered jet

The aviation industry is well aware of its carbon footprint, but it's not an industry where things change quickly.

AI startup speeds up the creation of climate-resilient crops

Creating crops that’ll endure climate change — think worse droughts, heat waves and pests — is a time-consuming and costly feat. Avalo is betting its machine learning models can speed that p

Allie wants to layer intelligence on top of factory floors

Factory downtime is an expensive problem. According to one estimate, it costs enterprise companies 11% of their yearly turnover, amounting to almost $1.5 trillion each year. That works out to about $1

Electrified Thermal Solutions’ e-bricks could be key to decarbonizing heavy industry

Heavy industry relies on fossil fuels not just for power, but heat. Thermal batteries could help make electrification a reality for those companies.

BioticsAI wants to improve prenatal ultrasound scans with AI

Meet BioticsAI, a startup that has built an AI-based platform that plugs into an ultrasound machine to prevent fetal malformation misdiagnosis. BioticsAI has been quietly working on its solution for t

Flint wants to disrupt the battery industry with paper

Lithium-ion batteries have become the standard in the electrification revolution. In fact, they’ve become so unquestionably integral to the development of batteries that everyone from government
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