Over the past ten years Accelerator companies:
- Raised $130 million in private funding
- Generated $65 million in revenue
- Secured over $18 million in public grants
APDM provides technologies and services for automation, data management, and instrumentation in clinical trials, and especially movement disorders such as Parkinson's disease. These technologies include innovative measures of mobility that use wireless, wearable, synchronized movement monitors equipped with triaxial accelerometers, gyroscopes, and magnetometers.
Cliqa is a mobile payment app that combines bill payment and social media by enabling consumer to pay bills for anyone in their network.
DesignMedix is a drug discovery company that designs and develops novel, low-cost hybrid drugs to combat drug resistance. The initial drug addresses the pressing need for an orally available, inexpensive drug to counter the spread of chloroquine-resistant malaria.
EdCaliber converts static curriculum into daily lesson plans linked to standards and entered into flexible planning calendars. All instructional materials and curricular resources available on a cloud based platform.
ELEX Biotech designs and develops small molecule pharmaceutical drugs for management of cardiovascular and related diseases. The initial product focuses on ventricular arrhythmia, a major cause of death in the U.S. and worldwide.
Motiosens (formerly EmbedRF) is a wireless solution provider improving the performance of mobility monitoring technologies for the medical device industry. Motiosens provides cost-effective, high-quality, in-home monitoring health assessment products and services for the rapidly growing elderly population.
Energy Storage Systems is focused on the research, design, production, and implementation of reliable and cost-effective utility scale energy storage systems based on Flow Battery technology.
Genesis Wind has developed an innovative new design to overcome many of the challenges inherent in modern horizontal-axis wind turbines.
Nouvola offers performance testing and performance analytics for cloud applications. Nouvola’s solution is scalable and addresses, in a cost-effective manner, the needs of large enterprises as well as small companies.
Pacific Light Technologies is a materials and integration company dedicated to enabling high-quality, energy-efficient solid-state lighting.
PDT is developing a novel glucose-sensing infusion set for use with insulin pumps and commercializing an artificial pancreas system for patients managing type I diabetes.
PDX Code Guild offers developer bootcamps and professional services. Bootcamps are immersive hands-on developer training programs. Students build their portfolio and receive individualized attention. Professional Services is a web development studio that specializes in prototyping, web & mobile apps.
Scayl is the fastest, easiest way to globally send large files and whole folders securely - one-to-one or one-to-many - at low cost.
Scratch-It is a tool for marketers that improves existing results by a multiple of 10X. We have taken the experience of scratch cards-which have been around for over 40 years- and created a patent-pending tool for building and distributing a digital version.
Through an affordable hardware and cloud software product, Smart Mocha delivers telemetry and mobile alerts to enable 24/7 monitoring of a customer’s condition. Smart Mocha is applying the technology of “The Internet of Things” in a simple, scalable manner to make a direct impact to the world of service businesses by delivering an on demand line of telemetry between customers and service vendors.
Syndical is a simple, easy-to-use events publishing system. With just one click, Syndical enables public events to be easily shared on website & blogs, social & traditional media, and across a targeted network of community & industry related websites. Update your public event once and it changes everywhere.
The TOVA Company provides a computerized test of attention that assists in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment monitoring of attention disorders, like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Virtual Device Technologies develops software solutions that automatically detect inconsistencies between virtual prototypes and physical devices. Inconsistency detection along with test generation and coverage software ensure effective early software development for hardware designers and system builders.