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«The Rising Stars» – UL gets featured in Sifted’s report

London – 1st September 2022 – Unmanned Life has been recognised by Sifted as one of the top companies to watch in the autonomous vehicles sector in Europe (only available as a Pro Briefing) and a key one in data management and infrastructure  

In 2019 The Financial Times announced its investment in Sifted, a new media site for Europe’s innovators and entrepreneurs. Backed by several British, French, German, Greek and Swedish angel investors with strong interests in the growing European technology sector, Sifted aims to provide the most comprehensive coverage of Europe’s start-up world, which includes some 630,000 companies across different countries. 

Being featured in Sifted’s report as the company to look out for in 2022 is a great achievement and a seal of excellence. It validates that we are headed in the right direction and our technology will empower digital transformation. 

«I am very proud and happy for our team. This is a huge recognition from the leading start-up publication reporting on deep Tech. Our technology is solving the major problems that the world currently has: a quest for sustainability, a need for better security, and a more reliable supply chain. Being considered one of the “rising stars” is not only a true honour but also a confirmation that we are on the right track. The autonomous everything is coming and Unmanned Life will be a key driver of it». Nicholas Zylberglajt, CEO of Unmanned Life. 

In recognition of our software platform’s capabilities to provide seamless orchestration of autonomous robotics for industry 4.0 and smart cities, Unmanned Life was invited to the Sifted Summit 2022 for a full conference programme across three stages, live podcast recordings, meetups, roundtables and deep dives. Our CEO Nicholas Zylberglajt took part in an online roundtable to share his experience and knowledge with other attendees.  

Nicholas Zylberglajt and Dominic Morris, our Business Analyst attended the Sifted Summit that happened on the 5-6th October in London. This was a great opportunity to meet leaders in the eco-system and introduce Unmanned life in the prime place for deep tech, investment, and innovation in London (and Europe). 

During the event, Nicholas participated in a founder’s workshop, where key individuals shared backstories on both the highs and lows of founding a company and sharing their journey. Whilst talking about surviving through difficult times in the changing economy, Nicholas shared the key to rising stronger every time. “You need resilience and positivity to get your company ready for better times while making sure you survive this turbulent period, and you are not affected by it.” He added. He also explained how companies like Sifted can help start-ups and founders on their journey with the latest trends covering diversity and inclusion, the future of work, hiring and funding through their in-depth analysis and reports. 

It was great to see that leaders, investors and experts from all around Europe gathered under one roof with new perspectives, new opportunities and new chances to collaborate. Investments in sustainable technology will provide operational and financial benefits and can create growth opportunities. Unmanned Life is now delivering the next generation of robotics for security, sustainability and supply chain and this event was the perfect platform to share that idea with the founders and talk about how it will change the future for the better. We hope to be back at the event next year. 

About Unmanned Life: Unmanned Life is changing the way robots are being deployed by providing seamless orchestration of autonomous robotics with its Autonomy-as-a-Service software platform. Unmanned Life integrates different technologies. Such as AI, 5G, and Edge computing with multiple robots, like drones and/or autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and a variety of capabilities to enable autonomous robotics operations across multiple industries in particular, Industry 4.0 and Smart Cities. 

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