Mojo Vision, a startup in US we invested in through KDDI Open Innovation Fund, has been named a winner by NASA iTech for 2020 Cycle I. Mojo presented its technology to NASA Center Chief Scientists and Technologists at a virtual event held Oct. 1-2 and was chosen as one of three winners at the end of the event alongside Amalgamated Vision and Otolith Labs.

Through NASA’s iTech initiative, the agency discovers and quickly assesses technologies that could help it accomplish future missions. NASA iTech connects innovators with experts who provide valuable technical feedback and with investors who could provide resources to help propel the technologies forward.

Nine entrepreneurs from four different countries and all corners of the U.S. showcased their technologies to chief technologists from various NASA centers during the 2020 NASA iTech Cycle I Forum. NASA officials recognized three winning teams during an awards ceremony at the end of the forum. The winners, including Mojo Vision, ranked highest in the judging criteria that include technical viability, likely impact on future space exploration, benefits to humanity, and commercialization potential.

Refer the link below: 2020 NASA iTech Cycle I Forum