Friday, July 1, 2011
10 CMU Start-ups in FY10
The Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation is pleased to announce 10 Start-Ups in FY11.
These companies include:
1. Fly Ruby, Inc.
Fly Ruby, Inc. was founded to commercialize transportation logistics technology.
2. Handshot LLC
HandShot is commercializing biometric technology for identification recognition and authentication of humans by using a novel fast, 3-D imaging system for capturing fingerprints, palm prints, and hand geometry.
3. NoFuss Security
SpiralGen offers high performance software solutions and services for performance-critical computing functions used in signal processing, communication, and scientific computing. SpiralGen can provide software that is highly optimized for a desired target processor and fully customized to application requirements.
4. Metal On, Inc.
Metal On offers a unique design and synthesis of molecular inks for the deposition of gold, silver, and copper metals. These metals are the backbone of modern electronics whose uses range from metal interconnects in the microelectronics industry to transistor elements in flexible organic electronics.
5. Bird Brain, LLC
Bird Brain is based on the Finch technology, which is a new robot for use in computer science education. The design philosophy behind the Finch can be boiled down to two principles: low cost and highly interactive.
6. Reckonen, Inc.
Reckonen offers a novel system for (i) locating, (ii) tracking, and (iii) monitoring resources in large-scale facilities. The system is based on a sensor network solution and is efficient, scalable, and requires short-range communication.
Invivomon provides technological solutions to today's medical problems through embedded systems development. Our goal is to use the latest engineering technology to create robust, clinically useful tools that improve the quality of medical diagnostics available to physicians and treatment available to patients.
8. Telltale Information, LLC
Telltale Information offers a set of software tools for processing email received by U.S. regulatory agencies.
9. First Person Vision, LLC
First Person Vision offers a new wearable human assist device for awareness, with the capabilities of visual and motion sensing, a large capacity of storage, high performance processing for recognizing objects, location, and user activities and intent.
10. DUPR, Inc.
DUPR offers a pseudo-3D view using a single conventional webcam. This, in concert with a mobile virtual camera coupled to the user's viewing position, creates realistic motion parallax, producing a compelling 3D experience.