Sparklabs has started its Internet of Things Accelerator with 14 startups from 6 countries. Ahmedabad-based Oizom is the only Indian startup out of a total of 14 startups from around the world, that has been selected for the SparkLabs IoT Accelerator. Oizom is an IoT clean tech startup that is currently focused on Air Quality Monitoring.
Oizom is an Environmental Solution Company. Started with a life-centric approach, Oizom builds data-driven solutions for natural resources like air, water, soil, and energy. By evolving with technology and through extensive R&D, Oizom Instruments aspires to set a class apart in its measurement accuracy and precision. Their first product is Polludrone, a solar-powered IoT ambient air-quality monitoring system.
Sparklabs IoT has a $35million fund for startups, the program is based in Songdo, South Korea. The Accelerator program offers, funding, mentorships, office space and direct access to investors and venture capitalists.
Sparklabs aims to work the best startups from around the world to focus on challenges that face smart homes, infrastructure, logistics, and industrial IoT. Oizom’s patent pending technology is disrupting the Ambient Air Quality monitoring market. The company’s Polludrone is a space saving and cost effective device that bring clear value to potential smart cities around the world. Oizom was also the only Cleantech startup from India to be selected for Hello Tomorrow Global Summit in Paris.
Oizom envisages to make the Environment understandable and predictable through a dense network of Polludrones, low cost solar powered air quality monitoring devices which can easily set up in the current city infrastructure.
“Current Air-Quality Monitoring Solution is not Scalable and Sustainable because of Exorbitant Cost, Space Occupation, Energy Consumption and Heavy Operation Cost. Polludrone fits in existing infrastructure (retrofit) and does not occupy any space and manpower. By installing Polludrones, the government authorities and smart cities will have a dense network of data points which will give them a pollution map of the city. Based on which they can take relevant infrastructure and policy level changes” says Ankit Vyas, CEO, Oizom