Rombit was one of the finalists of EIT Digital Challenge in the Digital Cities category and the company joined the EIT Accelerator this year. Rombit and EIT Digital were already talking to the city of San Francisco about implementing their Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for smart cities and ports.
Bridge SF, bringing technology and government together
BridgeSF is a highly interactive, three-day conference for the public and private sectors in the growing GovTech field, bringing together cities, startups, academia, enterprise companies, venture capitalists and media from around the world.
At BridgeSF selected startups had the chance to highlight their company/product to the audience of City Government and International Government delegates including Mayors, CTO's, CIOs as well as VC's.
A-Sign, world’s first wireless electronic street sign
Rombit founder and CEO Jorik Rombouts: “The GovTech field is an ideal platform for high-tech innovation, serving all city users: citizens, businesses and city workers. We are delighted for this international recognition of our proven IoT capability.”
“A-Sign is a mobile E-ink device that displays real-time info about parking prohibitions on the curbside. It is a tangible smart city device that is easy to use, easy to read and doesn’t require an app to interface with it”, adds CCO Evert Bulcke.
Rombit quickly improves workflow, planning efficiency, worker safety and site security for both governments and for the port sector. It delivers dashboarding solutions that closely integrate with buy-or-build IoT-devices and with the proprietary RomwareTM brand.
The successful launch of the "Wireless electronic street signs" (www.asign.io) and the "Romware industrial safety & security wearable (www.romware.io)" made Rombit one of Europe's fastest growing companies.