Round 1: Wave

March – June 2021

Round 1: Wave Participants

Advanced Aircraft Company
Bio1 Systems
Diamond Age Technology
Haply Robotics
NeXR
Peak Response
QuantaSTAT
ApolloAI
Spectronn
Venti

Advanced Aircraft Company, LLC

Advanced Aircraft Company (AAC), LLC produces vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) unmanned aerial systems (UAS) targeting military and commercial markets.

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Bio1 Systems

Bio1 Systems streamlines the process of clinical data capture and transfer during pre-hospital, en route, and in hospital care. Through AI-driven technology, Bio1 Systems' custom hardware and software platform manages modern triage and patient transfers using automatic object detection (AOD), automatic speech recognition (ASR) with natural language processing (NLP), and AI-driven predictive analytics and decision support to perform hands-free clinical assessments.

Bio1 Systems' technology was developed through support from SBIR awards from the US Defense Health Agency, and the company was a finalist in the US NIST Tech to Protect Challenge.

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Diamond Age Technology

Diamond Age Technology develops intelligent spatial computing applications at the intersection of artificial intelligence and virtual/augmented reality. We focus on practical applications with significant impact potential, and work closely with subject matter experts to design low-friction, high-value solutions. Our primary technologies are in virtual reality training, augmented-reality procedures, rapid virtualization of real-world assets into digital twins, and visualizing complex scene information for high-stakes decision makers.

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Haply Robotics

Haply Robotics is a company on a mission to create beautifully designed products with leading-edge mixed reality technologies to blur the lines between the physical and digital world. Simulation is forever changing the way the world will learn, train, and entertain ourselves and the successful integration of our sense of touch is at its core. At Haply, we build the interfaces that will pave the way for a physical-virtual future. With a state-of-the-art rapid manufacturing facility featuring cutting-edge CNC machines, 3D printer farms, pick-and-place robots, and machines we bring the concepts of continuous integration and lightning-fast iteration to our workflows everyday. We design and build our own mechanical, electrical, and software systems - taking ideas from concept to working prototype to viable product faster than ever before possible.

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NeXR

NeXR creates industry-leading VR training modules with accompanying performance data tracking. This training method standardizes training, increases knowledge retention, speeds up trainee throughput, and decreases cost and risk.

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Peak Response

Improving the accuracy, efficiency and accountability of patient triage during Mass Causality Incidents (or MCIs), Peak Response strives to provide best in class software tools designed specifically for the chaos of these incidents. Their software system aims to improve documentation, communication and coordination during MCIs as well as analysis after incidents. Providing this type of innovation is groundbreaking and will likely revolutionize the way MCIs are handled in the field.

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QuantaSTAT

Designed to capture the data you need and keep track of what matters, QuantaSTAT helps organizations respond to challenges effectively and efficiently. Their solution set is highly configurable and can serve a number of needs in the medical vertical. Their focus is to serve first responders, medical researchers and patient tracking support as well as public health sectors.

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ApolloAI

Apollo is a hands-free, smart voice assistant designed for emergency medical personnel, firefighters, law enforcement officers, and dispatchers. Apollo improves first responder efficiency, safety, and individual well-being while strengthening community relations by enabling access to advanced analytics, real-time data, and hands-free voice access to essential routine functions.

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Spectronn

Current public safety video analytics tools only output statistics, e.g., the number of cars detected. They do not decrease the cognitive overload on first responders. We've created an “Alexa” for video analytics – generating story from video for question answering. Spectronn's artificial intelligence (AI) software platform understands the video content and automatically generates a story in plain English. A conversational chatbot mobile App then enables first responders to ask questions (e.g., what happened to the speeding blue car?) and get answers (e.g., the speeding blue car turned left on Main Street, hit the median, and stopped.) from the generated story.

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Venti, LLC

The Fire Front system collects data from several different sources and displays them on one screen in real-time. The goal of the system is to give firefighters a full picture of the scene with detailed information. The tool that makes this possible is the Intelipod. The Intelipod is a low-cost pod with a lightweight micro-sensor with Bluetooth/RF capabilities. The pod provides the condition, location, temperature, and velocity of the fire. Using the pods incident, commanders can track the fire’s progression and warn first responders of potentially dangerous conditions.

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