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SOLARBRUSH wins Latin America startup competition in São Paulo

posted Feb 2, 2014, 2:49 PM by Ridha Azaiz   [ updated Feb 5, 2014, 9:07 AM ]

Solarbrush won the global startup competition "Challenge Cup" in the Energy segment in Sao Paulo on Wednesday. The project is representing Latin America in the global tournament in Washington.





SOLARBRUSH among finalists at Pioneers Challenge

posted Dec 26, 2013, 9:31 AM by Ridha Azaiz   [ updated Dec 27, 2013, 2:59 PM ]

SOLARBRUSH is the global pioneer in the field of service robotics for solar power.
Therefore we were selected to participate at the "Pioneers Festival" in Vienna this year.
Accomplishing several rounds of the "Pioneers Challenge", Solarbrush was placed among the TOP 8,
judged by an international panel.



2013 in review: major progress for Solarbrush

posted Dec 26, 2013, 9:21 AM by Ridha Azaiz   [ updated Jan 21, 2014, 7:46 AM ]

SOLARBRUSH summarizes the events of 2013 in this review due to the relaunch of the website:


  • Completion of the hub:raum Accelerator and admission to Startup Chile Incubator
  • Discussion on entrepreneurship with Vice President of the European Commission, Neelie Kroes
  • Exhibition at the world's largest computer show, CeBIT in Hanover due to nomination of the code_n award
  • Winner of the hy! Berlin startup award to SOLARBRUSH in the "hardware" category
  • Exhibition at World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi due to the nomination for the Green Energy Prize
  • Major attention and coverage from specialist as well as broad media outlets throughout the year


REVIEW


Press

The Next Web:

"For now though, Hy Berlin’s was one of the first, and SolarBrush, essentially a Roomba for solar panels was declared the winner.  This robot ‘walks’ and jumps across solar panels to clean them in order to make them more efficient. As the device’s founder put it, “a fleet of robots to fight global warming.” SolarBrush is already seeing strong demand in parts of the world such as South America and the Middle East."


Berliner Morgenpost:

"Der zweite Preis (Hardware-Kategorie) blieb in Berlin: Ingenieur Ridha Azais (aus der hub:raum-Talentschmiede Betahaus) kehrte gerade von einer Messe in Abu Dhabi zurück, um seinen Solarpanel-Roboter auf der "hy! Berlin" vorzustellen. Staub kann die Effizienz von Photovoltaikanlagen bis zu 35 Prozent reduzieren. Abhilfe schafft Solarbrush, ein Roboter, der Photovoltaikplatten reinigt. Das Hightechgerät aus Berlin kann Dachneigungen bis 25 Grad bewältigen."













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