Innovation safari

innovation safari

Innovation Safari, Epicenter, from 9:00 to 11:00.

Meet some of Sweden's most exciting young and innovative technology-based companies, and experience "hands-on" their products and solutions. A tailor-made tour, you can't afford to miss!


Our safari guide for this morning, Hannes Sjöblad, Chief Disruption Officer at Epicenter, will inform us about the Swedish startup scene and introduce us to the companies present.

Companies with new business models, exciting applications in technology and where the core of the business is about solving global societal challenges.

You will meet:                      


Brainlit's IoT lightning system use sensor data to adjust the light exposure to meet customer needs, and in the near future to adjust light recipes to match a given user's target light profile.


Bzzt’s vehicles aim to optimise city transport by allowing people, food and parcels to ride in the same vehicles.


Cake’s Anti Poaching Bikes have three main characteristics: durability, functionality and innovation, while supporting wildlife conservation.


Exeger’s  Powerfoyle is made up of a material that converts any light to electrical energy, in a process inspired by the natural principle of photosynthesis. With this, Exeger wants to improve all current and future products with endless energy.


Firemill is intended to be used early in the course of a fire, to prevent development of a larger fire, using a completely clean extinguishing agent.  


Solvatten is a combined portable water treatment and water heating system that has been designed for off-grid household use in the developing world, providing access to clean, hot water.


From its 100% electric motor to the focus on low-impact materials and eliminating hazardous substances, x Shore’s electric boat Eelex 8000 embodies the start of a more sustainable maritime tradition.


Zipforce’s ONE can be mounted on a regular bike to turn it into an electric bike and includes an electric motor, rechargeable battery, charger, pedal sensor and the bicycle mount.