Hardware startups lament lack of funding

BENGALURU: Indian manufacturing startups operating in the space of vision inspection system, data monitoring and control and advanced Point of Sale (POS) solutions are vying for attention and funding at the software industry-dominated CeBIT.Vision inspection system and self-learning system machines manufacturing startup Maxerience aims to automate quality control in dynamic manufacturing with its machines, said founder Pradeep VSR Pydah.”Maxerience takes the photograph of a perfect product (Golden reference) and compares the quality of subsequent products for quality and pinpoints defects,” he said, adding one of their clients manufactures 12,000 remote control key pads every day and employs four people to physically check for defects — a task which they have automated.Some of the technologies deployed by Maxerience are machine learning, motion control electronics, computer vision and mechanical design among others.Self-funded…

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