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NextRise 2023, Showcasing the Future of Manufacturing
NextRise 2023, the prominent tech startup event held at COEX in Samseong-dong, Seoul, came to a resounding success on June 1st and 2nd. he event, celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, attracted over 450 startups from diverse fields, all eager to connect with industry leaders, investors, and accelerators in the vibrant startup ecosystem
Amidst the sea of innovators, the online manufacturing platform CAPA and its partners stood out, catching the attention of attendees with their groundbreaking contributions to the future of manufacturing. CAPA, known for its commitment to revolutionizing the manufacturing landscape, facilitated the presence of approximately 30 of its startup clients at NextRise 2023.
Among these exceptional companies, five startups stood out, captivating the imaginations of industry experts and investors alike. These startups are Narma, Innospace, Roen Surgical, Cellico, and Superbin, each pushing the boundaries of their respective industries and leaving a lasting impression at the event.
Narma, a startup dedicated to developing cutting-edge delivery drones, captivated the audience with its revolutionary technology. As the first research institute company of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Narma has positioned itself as a pioneer in the field. The company’s electric dual tilt-rotor drone, optimized for delivery, has garnered significant attention for its high-speed flight capabilities and successful demonstration flights in challenging urban environments.
Innospace hailed as the “Korean version of SpaceX,” drew admiration with its private launch vehicle technology. Leveraging hybrid rocket technology, Innospace aims to drastically reduce rocket launch costs and shorten launch waiting times.
With the successful launch of the ‘Hanbit-TLV’ test launch vehicle in Brazil, Innospace solidified its position as the first private Korean company to achieve such a milestone. Plans are already underway for the development of ‘Hanbit-Nano,’ a two-stage launch vehicle set to revolutionize commercial launch services.