About

Who are we?

Tiny Prism Labs Private Limited is an innovation focussed startup ventured in the field of AI/ML, TinyML, Embedded Systems and its intermediates to bring solutions to practical problems from an array of disciplines such as manufacturing, IT,  healthcare, wildlife conservation and agriculture. Tiny Prism Labs a receipent of the prestigious BIRAC BIG grant for technology development from Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India. The engineering team at TPL has developed two products and provides AI/ML, Tiny ML and Embedded System services to Technology companies. Tiny Prism Labs has an R&D and operations centre at Manipal-Govt. of Karnataka Bioincubator(Technology Business Incubator) situated at Manipal, Udupi, Karnataka.


2021

March – Inception.

September – Received a grant under the Biotechnology Ignition Grant Scheme (Big) initiated by Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) of India.

2022

January – Company incorporation.

March – BIG Seed funding received

September – Lab Grade Prototype Ready

2023

September – Provisional Patent Applied for SwallowSense

November – Recognized as Investment Ready Startup by KDEM Mangalore

December – BIG Project Completed

2024

January – ML Based Device Ready

February – Received 5 Lakhs Grant at Entrepreneurship Conclave Grant, Bengaluru for Technology development of SwallowSense

Founders

Errol Joshua
Co-Founder
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Mahesh Nayak
Co-Founder
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Mentors

Vandith G
Mentor
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Manoj Regmi
Mentor
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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We at Tiny Prism Labs are staunch believers in everyone’s right to be heard, respected, and valued for their contributions. Age, caste, gender identities, religion, talents, geographic location, marital status, sexual orientation, and language choice are just a few of the many identities that must be respected, acknowledged, and given opportunity to achieve.

We understand our responsibility as an organization and take initiative to practice what we preach, right from the conception stage. Both our current employees are representatives of two different minorities and as we grow, we will ensure that we maintain a balance in the demographics.