We do not typically cover telecom innovation startups, but it’s regularly worth signing in to see what’s happening in that area. We can get an excellent indication from the most recent mate to emerge from an accelerator associated with South Korea’s biggest wireless carrier, SK Telecom.

This group of start-ups will join the Telecom Infra Project accelerator in South Korea, which is part of a global program of telecoms professional centers, and run in collaboration with SK Telecom.

The cohort consists of a ship-berthing monitoring system; an app that turns a group of mobile phones into a TV studio; an AI-powered indoor positioning system, which develops interactive maps; a vision system for delivery robots; and one which enables remote audiences to experience live occasions “together” by means of a digital stadium.

The picked start-ups include:

Dabeeo: Dabeeo’s AI-powered indoor positioning system utilizes vision data produced through smart device cams to produce interactive maps, used for video gaming, marketing and logistics. Crunchbase

Neubility: Neubility establishes vision-based localization and course preparation technologies for last-mile delivery robots. Crunchbase

Seadronix: Seadronix is a computer system vision-based ship-parking-monitoring solution that offers an AI-based berthing-monitoring system. Crunchbase

39 degrees C: This is a mobile multi-camera live-streaming app. It straight links several smart device feeds to each other using an innovation called WiFi-Direct– turning them into a TELEVISION studio. Crunchbase

Kiswe: Kiswe is a provider of entertainment broadcast innovation. Its item, CloudCast, is a “Broadcast Studio in the Cloud,” which enables partners to send out a digital feed into the cloud to produce non-live and live content. Its other item, Hangtime, permits remote audiences to experience live events “together” through producing a digital stadium with chat rooms, and supplies control over seeing angles from within the platform. Crunchbase

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.