15 startups from Japan, Korea, and Taiwan join Orange Fab Asia’s latest accelerator batch

Regional demo day event at Center for Creative Economy and Innovation in Gyongi, Korea (25 March, 2015)

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Orange Fab Asia, the startup accelerator program in Asia headed by a French telco, unveiled startups joining an upcoming batch called Orange Fab Asia Spring 2015, the third batch for Tokyo and the second batch for Taipei and Seoul. As Orange Fab Asia covers Japan, Korea, and Taiwan, the program has selected five startups from each of these countries for a total of 15 teams.


  • Aquabit Spirals: IoT (Internet of Things) platform that connects things and spaces via the Internet
  • Capy: Unauthorized log-in countermeasure solutions for corporate users (see also these articles)
  • Fuller: Mobile device management app, usage analytics service for mobile apps (see also these articles)
  • Nain: Status sharing-based communication platform for smart watch users (see also these articles)
  • Scentee: Scent-based communication using an aroma-spraying device attached to smartphones


  • Absolute Tech: 3G/Wi-Fi signal amplifying solution
  • Docceo: the next-gen solution for hotels
  • Jrsys International: QR code-based payments system
  • PowerWow Tech: Wireless power supply solution
  • Staging Design: Augmented reality technologies for interior decorations


  • Dot: Braille-based smartwatch for the visually impaired
  • Frasen: Sleep mask and sleep meliorating service
  • MtoV: Smart driving service using big data
  • Neofect: Smart rehabilitation system
  • Pied-Piper: Smart mini garden

These startups will have a three-month mentorship and the possibility to explore business collaboration with Orange group. At the end of this batch (scheduled in July), they will present their achievements in intensive development efforts to an audience at demo-day events in Tokyo and Paris.

Meanwhile, the accelerator showcased the teams born out of the previous batch at a demo day event in Tokyo last November, followed by the program’s regional briefing events at Center for Creative Economy and Innovation in Gyongi, Korea in late March as well as the Innosquare incubation center in New Taipei City, Taiwan in early April. Check out graduated and participating teams on the Orange Fab Asia Facebook page.

Regional demo day event at Innosquare, New Taipei City, Taiwan 8 April, 2015)

Edited by Kurt Hanson