What is ALPHA?
Each week Web Summit selects early stage startups from around the world to exhibit as part of ALPHA. The world’s leading media outlets such as BBC, The Wall Street Journal, The Guarding, Forbes, The New York Times, Financial Times and many more are attending to cover the event in Dublin, November 3-5, 2015.
OrthoGraph was invited to take part in the ALPHA startup Web Summit, which is considered the most important technology conference in the world. At the event, startup companies and professionals will get together to share experiences, networking and listen to 1000 speakers from the world’s leading founders, investors, CEOs, inventors, designers and thinkers, such as the founders of Pixar, Skype, Tinder and OnePlus.
How does PITCH work?
PITCH is open to any startups that have received under $3 million in funding to date and have not had a discernible change in business model in the previous 3 years. During the three days of the event, 200 of the best startups will have an opportunity to introduce themselves within the frame of four-minute PITCH. This is followed by a one-minute Q&A from the judging panel. Startups will battle it out across 3 days for a chance to present on the Main Stage and be crowned “Winner of PITCH 2015”.
The PITCH is divided into two tracks: ALPHA and BETA, and from each category, a winner will be chosen. OrthoGraph’s PITCH will be in the ALPHA track on November 4, PITCH Stage 2, PITCH Session 11:15-12:15. Come and see the company’s success! Visit the OrthoGraph’s stand on November 4 at B166 Stand.
Why is OrthoGraph between the best 200 startups?
The company’s product, OrthoGraph Building Survey System–running on iPad—was made for professionals for saving time while surveying the built environment in a unique way. The 3D BIM concept, all the professional features, the on-site report and the wide range of output formats – including IFC, DXF and Excel – make it fast, accurate and powerful to create digitizedas-builts on the spot.
Thanks for these features the building survey app fills a huge gap in the field of building industry and it is now used in more than 70 countries by thousands of professionals every day.
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