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Companies and Their Info - Part 1 (Rows 2, 3, 4, and 5 of Columns B to J)

The companies 2Sens, 8i, Baobab, and Bayshore are providers of Virtual Reality software and technology. The majority of the companies are relatively new, founded in the past 4 years. Across the 4 companies in question, the most recent funding round was in February 2017 for 8i, to raise a total of $27 million from 8 investors. A full account of these findings can be viewed in the provided spreadsheet from row 2 to 5.

FINDINGS

Each of the specified companies has been investigated independently, the majority of the information could be found pre-compiled. In some cases, statistical information was limited. Below follows a full explanation of any additional insights or limitations to the research that could not be portrayed in the spreadsheet.

2Sens
At this time, there's no identifiable CTO at 2Sens. There are two alternative employees that may be of interest: Osnat Goren-Peyser (Co-founder and VP R&D) and Oren Tropp (Head of Algorithms). The lack of a Chief Technology Officer may be attested to the fact that the company is still relatively new and funding has only recently been acquired.

8i
The current CEO of 8i, Steven Raymond previously worked as 8i's "President of Studios". Moreover, it may be of note that 8i's CTO Eugene d'Eon is also the Co-founder of the company.

Baobab
This company was found to be most commonly referred to as "Baobab Studios". After a search through various resources, this company could be identified as the intended focus due to their roots in Virtual Reality as supposed to other companies named Baobab based in e-commerce.

Bayshore
Similarly to the previous company, the company name Bayshore yields multiple results. These companies range from healthcare providers to real estate or otherwise; it could be easily determined that "Bayshore Solutions" are the appropriate company to focus research on as the only company with a Virtual Reality presence.
Currently, Bayshore Solutions do not have a Chief Technology Officer. There are many developers present at the company and a Director of IT (Jason Dorsett) and the most superior employee of note is the Chief Financial Officer (Michael Sapp).
There are no publicly available records of funding rounds for Bayshore Solutions. As a long-standing company, it may be that they have not required any funding rounds.

CONCLUSION

To summarize, a variety of information has been collected on the 4 companies 2sens, 8i, Baobab, and Bayshore. The majority of this information could be found through reliable and up-to-date resources such as LinkedIn and Crunchbase. As per your request, these insights have been compiled into the attached spreadsheet.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 2 (Rows 6, 7, 8, and 9 of Columns B to J)

The companies BioBeats, BlazingDB, Bonsai, and BranchMetrics offer a variety of software from Artificial Intelligence to Machine Learning. All 4 companies were founded within the last 6 years and have undergone a funding round within the past 2 years. Please refer to the attached spreadsheet rows 6 to 9 for a full account of these findings.

FINDINGS

Each of the 4 companies has been researched fully. The majority of the specified information could be found pre-compiled, however, in some cases, certain pieces of information were not found to be publicly available. Below you will find a full explanation of any additional insights or limitations to the research that could not be detailed within the spreadsheet.

BioBeats
It may be of note that the Chief Technology Officer of BioBeats Davide Morelli is also a Co-founder of the company. Similarly, current Chief Executive Officer David Plans is a founder of BioBeats.

BlazingDB
Both the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Executive Officer are Co-founders of the company.
Whilst BlazingDB is based in the United States, their strong roots in Lima, Peru are often noted.

Bonsai
There are multiple companies listed under the name Bonsai, therefore the most relevant entry has been selected (Bonsai based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning). Other companies under the name Bonsai were found to be based in largely different industries such as global operating systems, mobile retail, and website development.
There's no identifiable Chief Technology Officer present at Bonsai at this time. The most relevant employee to highlight is Keen Browne, a Co-founder of Bonsai and VP Product.

This company is more commonly known as "Branch", this has been identified through an event referring to the company Branch as Branch Metrics. The companies Crunchbase page can then be seen in under the event's sponsorship.
Currently, there is no Chief Technology Officer identifiable at Branch. There are two current employees that may of note: Eric Stein (CRO) and Ian Chan (Director of Engineering).

CONCLUSION

To wrap it up, the 4 companies specified in the provided spreadsheet have been researched fully across all areas of interest. As well as extrapolating the information requested in the spreadsheet, any additional notable insights have been detailed here. Overall, the majority of the information could be found pre-compiled through reliable resources such as Crunchbase and LinkedIn.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 3 (Rows 10, 11, 12, and 13 of Columns B to J)

The companies Brodmann17, CarGlass (Otto Radio), Cohero, and Converge offer a variety of software and hardware products. Out of these companies, Converge held the most recent funding round in January 2018 for a total of $750,000. All the companies have recently been founded, with the oldest company being Cohero with 6 years of business. A full account of these findings can be found in the attached spreadsheet from row 10 to 13.

FINDINGS

All the specified companies have been investigated separately, the majority of the requested information could be found pre-compiled. However, there are some instances where the availability of information was limited. Below follows a full explanation of any additional insights or limitations to the research that could not be explained in the spreadsheet.

Brodmann17
Both the Chief Executive Officer (Adi Pinhas) and Chief Technology Officer (Amir Alush) are Co-founders of Brodmann17.

This company is most commonly referred to as "Otto Radio, Inc.", as supposed to CarGlass.
Moreover, the Chief Executive Officer (Stanley Yuan) and Chief Technology Officer (Yu Wang) are both Co-founders at Otto Radio.

Cohero
This company is most commonly known as "Cohero Health", as supposed to Cohero.
At this time, Cohero Health does not have an identifiable Chief Technology Officer. The most relevant employee to highlight is Francis Rodriguez, currently the Director of Technology at Cohero Health.
Converge
There are multiple companies identifiable under the name "Converge". These companies vary from marketing analytics providers to connected sensor networks. Converge, in the Artificial Intelligence industry has been determined as the intended company.

CONCLUSION

To wrap it up, a variety of information has been collected on the 4 companies Brodmann17, CarGlass (Otto Radio), Cohero, and Converge. Well-known and reliable resources such as LinkedIn and Crunchbase provided the large part of the findings. As per your specifications, an overview of the key information has been compiled into the provided spreadsheet.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 4 (Rows 14, 15, 16, and 17 of Columns B to J)

All requested information for Cylera, Dashbot, Data.World, and Dataguise have been entered in rows 14-17 of the attached spreadsheet. All data was found precompiled using Crunchbase, Owler, LinkedIn, and the companies' websites. An overview of my findings is below.

Findings

Cylera
Cylera is a cyber security company that is focused on protecting "healthcare providers and their patients from cyber threats." It provides "automated, targeted and proactive solutions to defend medical devices from cyber attacks, including zero day exploits, data breaches, and ransomware."

Latest Funding: July 26, 2017 ($1.2 billion)
Founded: 2017
Headquarters: New York, New York

Dashbot
Dashbot is an analytics platform that "enables brands and developers to increase engagement, user acquisition, and retention through actionable data and tools." It can provide "bot-specific metrics like sentiment analysis, conversational analytics, and AI response effectiveness, as well as the full chat transcripts."

Latest Funding: May 15,2017 (Undisclosed amount)
CEO: Arte Merritt
CTO: Jesse Hull
Founded: 2016
Headquarters: San Francisco, California

Data.World is building "the most meaningful, collaborative, and abundant data resource in the world." Its platform provides a place "where a community of users with varying levels of ability and understanding can work together on data sets and models." The company helps other companies host and share their data and provides them with a place to collaborate. As a host, Data.World, "keeps data and context together from question to conclusion so... collaborators can fully understand any project at any stage, coordinate closely, and put new knowledge to work faster." Finally, it also organizes a team's output so they can "quickly find incorporate relevant data and past discoveries"

CEO: Brett Hurt
CTO: Bryon Jacob
Founded: 2015
Headquarters: Austin, Texas

Dataguise
Dataguise provides data-driven companies with "a simple, powerful solution for global sensitive data governance." It also empowers enterprises with the "ability to detect, protect, and monitor sensitive data in real time across all their data repositories, both on premises and in the cloud." Dataguise services include data masking, encryption, and intelligence.

Latest Funding: May 1, 2017 (undisclosed amount)
Founded: 2007
Headquarters: Fremont, California

Conclusion

All requested details have been entered in rows 14-17, columns B-J on the attached spreadsheet.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 5 (Rows 18, 19, 20, and 21 of Columns B to J)

DukaConnect is the only company, out of the four companies listed between rows 18 and 21, that is based outside North America. It is also the youngest of the assigned firms and the only company that has not raised any capital from investors. I compiled my findings and sources on DukaConnect, EntryPoint VR, Figure 1 and Famous on the shared spreadsheet. Below is an overview of each of company.

findings

1. DukaConnect

DukaConnect is a technology company that is leveraging Artificial Intelligence in the traditional retail sector in Kenya and Africa to transform the nature of retail trade. The company has not raised any funding from investors. According to Crunchbase, Eston Kimani is the firm's C.E.O. while Catalin Voss is the C.T.O. However, Eston's LinkedIn profile indicates he left the firm in January 2018. I was unable to find information pointing to the appointment on a new C.E.O. or recruitment of a replacement. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Nairobi, Kenya.

2. Entrypoint VR

Entrypoint VR is a software company that "aims to help content creators bypass the arduous process of making interactive content by providing a self-service platform that will allow users to “drag and drop” elements into an interactive video." The company seeks to simplify the process of making interactive 360 videos for non-programmers. Entrypoint's most recent fundraising round has been a US $2 million seed round from multiple investors. According to the company's Medium post, Carissa Flocken is the C.E.O. while Ben Doyle is the C.T.O. of the firm. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in New York, United States.

3. Figure 1

Figure 1 is the "largest active network of medical professionals in the world." The company's software platform allows healthcare professionals to connect, share medical knowledge and save lives. Gregory Levey is the C.E.O. of the company while Richard Penner is the firm's C.T.O. Figure 1's most recent funding raising round has been Series B financing, closing the round at US $10 million. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

4. Famous

Famous Industries Inc. is the corporate name for Famous. Famous is a technology company that leverages a software platform to allow users to create interactive brand experiences. Through Famous Studio, the platform, users seamlessly create Apps, Ads, Videos, Articles and Presentations that run on mobile applications. Famous' C.E.O. is Steve Newcomb while the C.T.O. is Mark Lu. The company's most recent fundraising round has been the debt round, raising US $2 million. Famous was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, United States.

conclusion

In conclusion, three out of the four companies listed between rows 18 and 21 have raised funding from investors. DukaConnect is based in Kenya, Figure 1 in Canada while Famous and EntryPoint VR are based in the United States. I compiled my findings and sources between rows 18 and 21 of the shared spreadsheet.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 6 (Rows 22, 23, 24, and 25 of Columns B to J)

All the four companies listed between rows 22 and 25 are based in the United States. The most recent funding rounds of FloydHub and Gyroscope have been undisclosed Seed rounds while Filament and Glooko have raised Series A and Series C funding, respectively. I compiled my findings and sources between rows 22 and 25 of the shared spreadsheet. Below is an overview of my findings.

Findings

1. Filament

Filament "builds blockchain hardware and software solutions for the enterprise and Industrial Internet of Things. These solutions allow companies to securely connect devices and machines that interact and transact value independent of a central authority." Allison Clift Jennings is the C.E.O. of Filament while Jeremie Miller is the company's C.T.O. Notably, Jeremie barely has a presence on LinkedIn with only one connection on his account. Filament's most recent fundraising round has been Series A funding, closing the round with US $15 million. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Revo, United States.

2. FloydHub

FloydHub is "Heroku for Deep Learning." The company is a provider of a software platform for training and seamless deployment of deep learning models in the cloud. FloydHub's C.E.O. is Sai Prashanth Soundararaj while the firm's C.T.O. is Narendran Thiagarajan. The company's most recent fundraising round has been the seed round, however, the amounts raised from the round are undisclosed. FloydHub was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, United States.

3. Glooko

Glooko is a diabetes data management company. The company allows care providers to remotely track the progress of diabetes patients using data from connected diabetes treatment devices and activity trackers. Rick Altinger is Glooko's C.E.O. while Pushkar Singh is the firm's Vice President of Engineering, the most senior technology position in the company. Glooko's most recent fundraising round has been Series C funding, with the firm closing the round at US $35 million. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Palo Alto, United States.

4. Gyroscope Software

Gyroscope provides tools to game developers to improve the gaming experience. The company leverages Artificial Intelligence in providing each player with a unique gaming experience that adapts to the player. Gyroscope helps developers personalize the gaming experience, increase user playing time and consequently, maximize revenues. Adam Fletcher is the company's C.E.O. while Jonathan Mortensen is the firm's Chief Science Officer (C.S.O.), the most senior technology officer in the company. Gyroscope's most recent fundraising round has been the seed round, however, the amounts raised from the round are undisclosed. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, United States.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Filament, FloydHub, Glooko and Gyroscope have all raised capital in different funding rounds to finance their operations. Similarly, all the four companies are headquartered in the United States. Both FloydHub and Gyroscope have their headquarters in San Francisco. I compiled my findings and sources between rows 22 and 25 of the shared spreadsheet.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 7 (Rows 26, 27, 28, and 29 of Columns B to J)

The following four companies, Homeis, Interlude (now Eko), Intezer, and Intuition Robotics have been thoroughly researched. We were able to locate all the requested information, and the requested data has been entered into the appropriate cells on the attached spreadsheet. For these previously compiled and stored on accessible databases within the public domain.
A brief synopsis of our findings is included below.

Homeis

Homeis was founded in 2017 with the goal of providing a community gathering place for like-minded, foreign born people to gather and support one another through the myriad of good and bad experiences that accompany leaving one's homeland and trying to make a life in someone else's.
Homeis' most recent seed round was on December 12, 2017, and raised $4 Million

Interlude/Eko

Interlude, AKA Eko, is a media production company, best known for their interactive music video creation for Bob Dylan's classic "Like a Rolling Stone".
In December 2016, Interlude re branded, officially becoming Eko. Since then the company has focused their energy on creating and perfecting their studio apps and creation space, to provide an environment that inspires artists to push the limits.

Intezer

Intezer are the developers of security software for the computer that has been created to mimic the biologic behavior of the human immune system when responding to a threat. The final product is called Intezer Analyze works by dissecting binary code into tiny code bits (like genes), then the bits are analyzed against malware and clean files. Essentially mapping code, like mapping a genome.
Intezer raised $8MM during there most recent round of Series A funding on Oct 10, 2017.

Intuition Robotics:

Since 2015, Intuition Robotics has been working on what it calls "social companion technology" to help combat loneliness and isolation in the elderly population. There first release ELLI-Q is still in the testing phase but is reported to be able to express emotion and carry on a human conversation. In the meantime Intuition Robotics has just secured another $20 million in funding in a July 11th 2017, Series A funding round. A January 8, 2018, venture funding round, secured Samsung as a new donor, but did not result in any additional funding.

Conclusion

Complete detailed data for each company can be found in Rows 26, 27, 28, and 29 on the attached spreadsheet available here.


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Companies and Their Info - Part 9 (Rows 34, 35, 36, and 37 of Columns B to J)

The four companies that are in-scope of this research provides various technology solutions to meet diverse digital needs. NuTonomy provides programs for self-driving vehicles and mobile robots. Puls provides a proprietary platform that can connect consumers who need to have their smart devices serviced, to qualified technicians. SafeDK offers a solution to improve the performance of mobile apps. Sixense brings a platform to those who need to develop a software for various interactive devices. All the required information about the four companies can be found in the linked spreadsheet in rows 34 to 37.
The following are the summarized information for each company:

NuTonomy

NuTonomy develops software programs for self-driving automobiles and remote-controlled mobile robots. It was founded in 2013 in Massachusetts, United States. It recently got a Series A — $16MM funding. The company’s current CEO is Karl Iagnemma while the CTO is Emilio Frazzoli.

Puls

Puls provides a proprietary platform that connects consumers and technicians whenever there is a need for installation, support, and repair of smart devices. The company was established in 2015 in California. Puls was able to secure a series B funding worth $25 MM. Eyal Ronen is the current CEO of the company. There is no CTO found for this company.

SafeDK

SafeDK offers an infrastructure solution that can make mobile apps reach a high QoS and be more secure and stable. The company has been in operation since 2014 in its Tel Aviv, Israel headquarters. It recently obtained a series A funding amounting to $3.5 MM. The company is being led by its CEO, Orly Shoavi but there was no CTO listed.

Sixense

Sixense builds software that can be used by motion-detecting devices in order to gain better immersive experience. The company is based in California and was founded in 2007. A convertible note for an undisclosed amount was recently obtained by the company. Amir Rubin and Alejandro Diaz are its CEO and CTO respectively.
All the required information about the four companies above can be found in the linked spreadsheet in rows 34 to 37.

CONCLUSION

NuTonomy, Puls, SafeDK, and Sixense are technology companies that offer software and platforms to meet the needs of various industries. NuTonomy offers solutions for self-driving vehicles and mobile robots. Puls’ solution aims to connect technicians to consumers who need to have their smart devices serviced. SafeDK offers a solution for mobile apps. Sixense has created a software development platform for immersive media devices.

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Companies and Their Info - Part 10 (Rows 38, 39, 40, and 41 of Columns B to J)

The four companies that are included in this research offer various technology solutions to enhance processes and experiences. Silver TV offers a platform where e-Sports games can be viewed with enhanced features. Sorenson Media delivers TV and video solutions to improve the quality of content being viewed on multiple devices. Spatial provides its modeling tools for industrial needs for faster go-to-market product launches. Stae offers data storage, management and processing solutions for municipalities that can help in gathering perceptions for various use in taxation, purchasing and related processes. Details of the information found about the four companies is found in the attached spreadsheet in rows 38 to 41.

Silver TV

Silver TV offers a platform where e-Sports games can be stored and watched with an immersive 360-degree view. Its proprietary technology helps provide this 3D experience. The company was established in 2015 in California. Silver TV was able to secure an initial coin offering worth $20MM. Mitch Liu is the current CEO of the company. No LinkedIn profile can be found for Mitch. Jieyi Long is the CTO of the company.

Sorenson Media

Sorenson Media provides TV and video solutions that can be used to enhance the quality of content being shared across devices. It was founded in 1995 in Utah. It recently got a convertible note funding for an undisclosed amount. The company’s current CEO is Marcus Liassides. No CTO personnel can be found.

Spatial

Spatial offers 3D modeling solutions for various industrial applications like manufacturing and design. The company is based in Colorado and was founded in 1986. A venture round amounting to $6.9MM was recently obtained by the company. Jean-Marc Guillard is the CEO but he has no LinkedIn profile. After a thorough search of the company's website, LinkedIn, and other applicable databases like Crunchbase, no information regarding the CTO was deemed available in the public domain.

Stae

Stae specializes in offering solutions to municipalities in order to store and manage their scattered data. The company has been in operation since 2015 in its New York headquarters. It recently obtained a seed round funding for an undisclosed amount. The company is being led by its CEO, Bruce John Edgar but there was no CTO listed.

The information above are all indicated in the linked spreadsheet in rows 38 to 41.

CONCLUSION

Silver TV, Sorenson Media, Spatial, and Stae are technology companies that offer solutions to meet the needs of various industries. Silver TV and Sorenson Media develop solutions that enhance video viewing with better quality and features. Spatial creates modeling tools for various industrial needs to aid in bringing the products to the market faster. Stae provides data solutions for municipalities that can help generate insights for use in various municipal processes.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 11 (Rows 42, 43, 44, and 45 of Columns B to J)

The four technology companies that are included in this research have developed several technology solutions that aim to level-up the products and services of various industries. Stream Elements has created a platform that enables gamers to grow their audience and profit from them. Survios generates virtual reality gaming content and improved viewing technology solutions. Swiftly allows customers to connect with each other to share extra spaces and save on shipping charges if they are shipping to the same areas. Terapede has enhanced the medical flat panel x-ray detector in order to produce better images using low radiation emission. All the available information are summarized in the linked spreadsheet in rows 42 to 45.

The following are the summarized information for each company:

Stream Elements

Stream Elements provides a platform in order for gamers to easily grow and profit from their audience. It was founded in 2016 in Illinois. It recently got a seed round funding for an undisclosed amount. The company’s current CEO is Doron Nir and Reem Sherman is the CTO.

Survios

Survios provides virtual reality gaming content and immersive technology solutions. The company was established in 2013 in California. Survios was able to secure a series C funding worth $20MM. Nathan Burba is the current CEO of the company while Alexander Silkin is the CTO.

Swiftly

Swiftly offers a platform that connects users sending packages to the same areas in order for them to share extra packaging spaces that can lower shipping costs. The company has been in operation since 2016 in its Accra, Ghana headquarters. It recently obtained a non-equity assistance for an undisclosed amount. The company is being led by its CEO, Edem Dotse. For their CTO, I have looked through various company databases and corporate websites but I cannot find any information on whether they have already filled this position.

Terapede

Terapede has created a medical flat panel x-ray detector that can produce better image quality even with low radiation doses for the safety of the patients. The company is based in California and was founded in 2012. A venture funding round with an undisclosed amount was recently obtained by the company. Anand Sheel is the company’s CEO and Madhu Vora is the CTO.
The available information above are compiled in the linked spreadsheet in rows 42 to 45.

CONCLUSION

Stream Elements, Survios, Swiftly, and Terapede are technology firms that specialize in providing solutions to enhance the offerings of various industries. Stream Elements and Survios develop solutions that aim to level-up the experience of gamers. Swiftly has created a platform to let users share extra spaces and save on costs when shipping to the same areas. Terapede has improved the medical flat panel x-ray detector in order to create better images using low radiation levels.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 12 (Rows 46, 47, 48, and 49 of Columns B to J)

In order to deliver better products and services that can enhance consumers’ lives, technology companies like Unbabel, Unikey, VeerTV, and Vicarious have been developing innovative products and services. Unbabel created a platform that combined AI principles and the expertise of linguists in order to deliver a better language translation service. Unikey now offers a mobile platform that can work with smartphones to provide an alternative to current physical and virtual locking solutions for an enhanced security. VeerTV specializes in providing a multi-platform Virtual Reality (VR) experience with video content compiled from various global sources. Vicarious wanted to take a step further in trying to harness the principles used by the human brain in order to configure robotic intelligence. This information ia summarized in the linked spreadsheet in rows 46 to 49.

Unbabel

Unbabel provides a platform that leverages AI and human linguistic expertise to provide better language translations. The company is based in Lisbon, Portugal and was founded in 2013. A series B funding round worth $23MM was recently obtained by the company. Vasco Pedro is the company’s CEO and João Graça is the CTO.

Unikey

Unikey has developed a mobile platform that can enable smartphones to replace physical and virtual locking solutions for better security. The company is now working with manufacturers of physical locks to produce smart locks for various security applications. The company has been in operation since 2012 in its Florida headquarters. It recently gained $5MM worth of venture round funding. The company is being led by its CEO, Phil Dumas. For their CTO, I have looked through various business databases and corporate websites but I cannot find any information on whether they have a person with this position.

VeerTV

VeerTV provides a cross-platform Virtual Reality (VR) experience using video content from various global sources. The company was established in 2016 in Beijing, China. VeerTV was able to secure series A funding but the amount is undisclosed. Ayden Ye is the current CEO of the company. The person occupying the CTO position was not identified in any of the business databases and corporate sites that I searched. Given this, we can assume that the position is not filled for now.

Vicarious

Vicarious is a technology company that aims to apply the principles being used by the human brain in configuring robotic intelligence. It was founded in 2010 in its California headquarters. It recently obtained series C funding worth $50MM. For the CEO position, there is no direct reference on who is in this role in the company’s official site and in its LinkedIn professional site. I looked at several corporate sources and found that the company’s current CEO is D. Scott Phoenix based on press and academic interviews. As with the above companies, I also searched various corporate sites for the name of the company’s CTO but there was no direct indication of who is occupying the position.

CONCLUSION

Technology companies such as Unbabel, Unikey, VeerTV, and Vicarious provide improved solutions to enhance the human experience. Unbabel and Vicarious aim to integrate brain capacities and AI concepts to provide smarter products and services. Unikey has built a mobile platform that can allow smartphones to replace current solutions for improved security. VeerTV plans to deliver an immersive VR experience by offering a cross-platform solution that can pull contents from multiple sources.

All the available information mentioned above are consolidated in the linked spreadsheet in rows 46 to 49.
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Companies and Their Info - Part 13 (Rows 50, 51, 52, 53, and 54 of Columns B to J)

The companies VidroVR, Vinli, Vitru, WeVR and Zimperium offer a variety of software, from mobile security to connected-car devices. Please refer to the attached spreadsheet rows 50-54 for a full account of these findings.

FINDINGS

Each of the five companies been researched fully across all areas of interest. The majority of the specified information could be found pre-compiled. However, in some cases, certain pieces of information were not found to be publicly available. Below, you will find a full explanation of any additional insights or limitations to the research that could not be detailed within the spreadsheet.
• VIDROVR
Vidrovr is an application software developer. The company provides a platform that helps users to leverage their videos, as well as enhance content. The CEO and CTO of the company are Joseph Ellis and Dan Morozoff respectively. VidroVR raised the total fund of $1.3 million in the seeding round, 2017.
• VINLI
Vinli's last funding round (round 4) started on 1st November 2017 with a lead investor, SamsungNEXT Ventures. The funding amount and funding type are not available through CrunchBase or any other media reports. The funding rounds in 2016 have undisclosed amounts. However, the first funding round in 2015 which was a series A which raised $6.5 million with six investors; First Round Capital, SamsungNEXT Ventures, The Westly Group, Continental AG, Cox Automotive and Continental ITS.
Vinli does not have a CTO since Powell Kinney stepped down in 2017.
• VIRTU
Even after an extensive research on company profiles such as Owler, Crushbase and LinkedIn and other media reports, Virtu Financial does not have a CTO information. Either the company does not have a CTO or the information is not public.
Virtu haven't started any funding round yet. On April 2015, the company went public through an IPO round which raised $314.1 million. On December 2014, the company was involved in an equity round with Temasek as an investor, which raised the amount of $180 million in total.
• WEVR
WeVR conducted "series B funding" on 5th February 2016 and raised the total amount of $25 million through nine investors.
• ZIMPERIUM
The official website of Zimperium states John Michelsen as the CTO of the company while the LinkedIn profile of John Michelsen states that he is the CPO since 2015. I looked for a press release of Zimperium which also stated John as the CTO. Hence, though John's LinkedIn profile may be misleading, he is the official CTO of the company.

CONCLUSION

The company overview including founded date, headquarters, last funding round, CEO, CTO and a brief description of each along with relevant links is provided in the rows 50-54 of the attached spreadsheet.

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