ATP Innovations’ welcomes INCUBATE 2015



As part of an ongoing partnership with Incubate, a Sydney University accelerator program, the class of Summer 2015 will be spending the next three months in the newly renovated Accelerator HUB at ATP Innovations.

Incubate is an award winning accelerator program founded by the University of Sydney. The accelerator program provides funding, co-working space and mentoring to accelerate the growth of high-potential startups.

The companies for the Summer 2015 intake are:


3D atomic resolution microscope. Think small to think big.


CricketPredict is an app that exclusively uses mobile technology to predict injury risk in Cricket. It analyses sleep patterns, diet, psychological stress, fitness and workload to give a real-time prediction injury risk to the coaches on the go.

Cue prompts patients to arrive at a time that means they don’t have to wait. Cue provides current and estimated walk-in wait times, notifications of appointment delays and patients’ progress in a virtual queue after check-in.

Docit lets consumers find, book and organise appointments for service based businesses.

Food Pod connects farmers directly with families in the local community (POD) to access locally grown, sustainable and freshly ‘picked the day before’ fruit and vegetables.

STEMN stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network. STEMN makes project research easy by centralising information into a network linking people, parts and projects.

Jumpcut is focused on creating a more enjoyable online video viewing experience for content creators and their audiences.

Sonder’s dynamic keyboard is the keyboard of the 21st century, revolutionising the way we connect with computers.


Images courtesy of INCUBATE. 

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