Simon Halder

Simon ist leitender Redakteur bei StartupTV und unter anderem für das Format "Startup of the Week" verantwortlich.

Startups Weekly #4 – Challenges of Urban Air Mobility & Green New Deal for Europe

In this show, we talked about the challenges for urban air mobility for air taxis. Skyports and Volocopter announced a cooperation at the GreenTechFestival...

PropTech Innovation Award given to Dabbel for AI-based technology

New technologies, innovation, and digitalization are transforming the real estate industry at a fast pace. Union Investment and German Tech Entrepreneurship Center (GTEC) award...

Startups Weekly #3 – PropTech Innovation Award, Facial Recognition

In the third episode of Startups Weekly we'll look at the big investments in Deliveroo and Get Your Guide. At the Prop Tech Innovation...

SET Award 2019 honours startups for taking on climate change

The fight against climate change is on everyone's minds thanks to the student protests surrounding the Fridays for Future movement. While many citizens are...

Social Weaknesses of the Use of AI in Image Recognition

Kate Crawford, co-director and co-founder of the AI Now Institute at New York University, presents a lecture alongside NYU artist fellow, Trevor Paglen, which...

Pigzbe Helps Your Kids Develop Healthy Money Habits

Pigzbe is a blockchain piggy bank that teaches kids older than 6 years how to manage and budget their digital pocket money. Pigzbe operates on Wollo, a native token that allows for safe international money transfers and teaches kids through play.

Will Computer Mice Become Obsolete?

Pedrone ring is wearable device sporting an elegant design that can be discreetly worn at all times. Featuring multiple sensors and cameras, the ring turns any table into a virtual mouse and lets you control your laptop with the tap of your fingers.

Acacia Innovations Fights Kenyan Deforestation

The rate of deforestation in Kenya is alarming. Trees are burned for charcoal, the main source of cooking fuel, which is also responsible for harmful indoor pollution. Kenyan startup Acacia Innovations aims to tackle both of the issues.