Our spin-out companies develop products derived from a variety of technologies from electrical engineering to diagnostics and therapeutics.
Engender uses cutting edge computer‐modelling, photonics and microfluidics technology to develop a novel massively parallel chip‐based technology to sort sperm, initially of bovine origin but potentially also from other animals and man.
Active Mobile Security (AMS) is a new startup addressing the problem of data control dissemination in the mobile world. AMS was formed in August 2013 by Giovanni Russello and Arturo Blas Jiménez around ground breaking technology they developed at the Computer Science Department from the University of Auckland
PowerbyProxi develops inductive wireless power transfer technologies for consumer electronics and industrial applications. Our customers include some of the world’s largest companies, across multiple industries. PowerbyProxi was spun out of Auckland University in 2007 and has secured exclusive rights in Uniservices wireless power patent portfolio. Since this time we have also developed our own patent rights to build a combined portfolio of over 350 patent rights.
"Through Auckland UniServices Ltd CAMRI is part of the biotechnology sector and knowledge economy. Over the last six years significant international revenue has been earned through consulting activities. The export of knowledge rather than milk powder or lamb, and this revenue has added to the knowledge economy bottom line for the country as a whole.
The vision of the University and UniServices with the setup of the centre has directly benefited the health of the New Zealand public through our clinical work; and the reputation of the University and the knowledge-based export sector of New Zealand through our research work. With this new Siemens Skyra, these outputs will expand."
Brett Cowan, Director, Centre for Advanced MRI, Nov 2010
"GBS has built a strong, professional and constructive relationship with UniServices and scientific leaders from the University of Auckland. We actively work with UniServices to review technology and investment opportunities. To date, GBS has invested in two spin-out companies from UniServices drawing on deep scientific and clinical expertise in New Zealand to position for global success."
Dr Joshua Funder, Investor GBS Venture Partners