Established in the month of November 2017 by the Lodha Group in partnership with the Zone Startups of India, Palava Accelerator has now picked up six startups for its second cohort from the application pool of the 80 startups. These include the Calamus, Tilt, Russsh, Falcon Labs Pvt Ltd and One Wallet.
About the 6 on-boarded startups in the 2nd cohort of Palava Accelerator
Falcon Labs Pvt Ltd
Having the driving sustainability in both the energy and water sector with the help of IoT and AI.
The startup is founded by the IIT Graduates Archit and Rishi Sharma. The startups use the IoT to automate and track the pumping stations and provide stakeholders with the insights performance, , and maintenance. Falcon also uses predictive analysis and some of the other data mining technologies to detect the leaks, predict local consumption patterns, etc.
Calamus which is founded by the Nilesh Bothra. Calamus aims to make the affordable bicycles which are built on safety, quality, and reliability by using the best materials and components and that too at an affordable price.
Tilit which is founded by the Deepak VS. the company is working on a solution for the sharable Mobility called the Tilt, which is the pool of the shareable bikes, where a customer can borrow a bike from the Tilt station by just merely scanning a QR code from the app or by using a smart card which will be provided to them. The startup is in progress with Palava city management for installing electric bike sharing docks in Palava city.
Edge Canvas which is founded by the Rajan and Varun. It is the India first AI-based education technology startup which helps in providing the comprehensive ERP & LMS to schools, coaching institutes and Colleges. It offers all the stakeholders a common platform and makes institute functions cost-effective, efficient with advanced automation.
Russsh which is founded by the Bharat Ahirwar. It is a same-day delivery service to run any of the office or personal errands. It is exploring integration with the MyPalava app to enable the citizens to get the daily errands and services.
One Waller has been developed as an integrated online system to digitize the payment which is received by the small merchants. They have now designed a mobile app for the newspaper vendors and are bringing the solutions to the Palava City.