Australian startups to showcase at Web Summit’s North American tech event

Four startups from Australia will be making their way to Canada, showcasing
their products and services at Web Summit’s Collision technology conference , held in Toronto from May 20-23.

The homegrown start-ups that will be sharing their ideas among are:

Based in Brisbane, SiteSee is a startup that automates cell tower audits using artificial intelligence and reality modelling. This technology eliminates tower climbs and also provides accurate, repeatable as-built and corrosion reports.

Storybook App
Melbourne-based startup Storybook App is designed to improve the physical and emotional wellbeing for thousands of children worldwide. The app combines the benefits of an infant massage with the art of storytelling, creating that special bond between parents and children.

Archimigo                                                                                                                              Archimigo have developed a simple, collaborative SaaS service incorporating security architecture, testing, governance, risk and compliance. The platform easily integrates with cloud-based business services such as AWS and Google Cloud.

Love Destination
This startup has developed a global digital video-on-demand network for everything related to love, dating and relationships. Love Destination provides content that
aims to empower, educate and entertain their viewers.

In its fifth year, Collision attracts some 25,000 attendees and following three years in New Orleans, is now moving to Toronto. The event will be held from May 20 – 23 at the Enercare Centre.

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