Pulse Accelerator Program

Fostering the growth of small businesses who improve UAS and drone technologies for first responders.

This website is a Federal Information Collection System. Responses will be capped at 200.

Image of a Drone in motion being flown by a business man in a purple suit sitting on a sandy hill

Round 4 FLIGHT

Participants can access our virutal accelerator platform via the private link below 

Starting April 16, 2024
Hosted By:
Logo for NIST: Public Safety Communications Research who helps host the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado
Logo for PSCR, Public Safety Communications Research who helps host the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado
Logo for Uncrewed Aircraft Systems who helps host the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado
Powered By:
Logo for Tipping Point Corporation who helps power the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado
Logo for Syracuse University, the D'Aniello Institute for Veterans & Military Families who helps power the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado

✓ Learn from specialists.

✓ Plan for commercialization.

✓ Pick the brains of experts.

A Trusted Process

Step 01:

Register Your Team

Participants pay with only their time, commitment & dedication to working on your business, as the cost of the accelerator will be covered by PSCR.

Step 02:

Develop Your Product

This 12-week virtual program has been honed over 10 years of accelerating technology-based businesses. Focus is on non-dilutive sources so the business does not give away equity.

Step 01:

Bring it to Market

Participants receive over 50 hours of ongoing strategic consulting & market research to help validate existing target markets, expand understanding & uncover new opportunities.

Areas of Focus

Bright and colorful dual exposure looking image of a drone with firefighters,
Logo for NIST: Public Safety Communications Research who helps host the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado

NIST + Fire & Rescue

Fire & Rescue:

PULSE seeks to accelerate communications innovation in support of public safety communities for fire & rescue services. Round 4 FLIGHT focus areas include companies integrating UAS and Drone Technologies. 

Law Enforcement

PULSE seeks to accelerate communications innovation in support of public safety communities for law enforcement. Round 4 FLIGHT focus areas include companies integrating UAS and Drone Technologies.

Dual exposure of a piece of hardware of technology with a gradient overlay and a police officier
Logo for NIST: Public Safety Communications Research who helps host the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado

NIST + Law Enforcement

Dual exposure of technology and an emergency medical team
Logo for NIST: Public Safety Communications Research who helps host the Pulse Accelerator Program in Colorado

NIST + Emergency Medical

Emergency Medical

PULSE seeks to accelerate communications innovation in support of public safety communities for emergency medical services. Round 4 FLIGHT focus areas include companies integrating UAS and Drone Technologies.

Looking to share your knowledge of your field?

Round Participants

Round 1: Wave

MARCH – JUNE 2021

Round 1: Signal

SEPT – DEC 2021

Round 3: Echo

FEB - MAY 2022

Round 4: Flight

TBD

Round 4 FLIGHT Participant Access

This website is a Federal Information Collection System. Responses will be capped at 200.

Starting April 16, 2024