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Venture Catalysts backs IoT and AI-enabled smart helmet maker Altor

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Feb 11, 2020, 7:43 am IST
Updated Feb 11, 2020, 7:43 am IST
Altor smart helmets are designed to prevent road accidents.
The company was founded by four young entrepreneurs coming from an engineering background.
 The company was founded by four young entrepreneurs coming from an engineering background.

India’s first, largest and pioneering integrated incubator and accelerator platform Venture Catalysts recently invested in Altor, a startup that builds IoT and AI-enabled smart helmets. Currently catering to the B2B segment, Altor aims to make the life of two-wheeler riders safe, thereby enabling increased business efficiency and better fleet management.

Altor utilizes a combination of hardware and software to develop a complete solution, right from providing insightful in-vehicle data to companies for better fleet management, to providing accident protection which reduces life losses on the roads, to ultimately making the protective head-gear extremely endearing to its users, so that business efficiency is increased significantly, that too in a much safer way. The company was founded by four young entrepreneurs coming from an engineering background, namely Shamik Guha, Sayan Tapadar, Muhammad Bilal Shakil and Anirban Datta Gupta.

 

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