Akadeum Life Sciences is working on the problem of isolating mammalian and bacterial cells from complex mixtures. It creates the simplest bioseparation products and fundamentally change the way that isolating cells and other biological targets approached. The company currently uses microbubbles for applications in cell separation and other related areas. Akadeum Life Sciences was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.
Aperia Technologies provides automatic tire inflation devices that help improve the safety and efficiency of commercial vehicles. It offers Halo Tire Inflator, a ring-shaped device that utilizes a wheel's rotational motion to pump air and maintain optimal tire pressure. Aperia Technologies was incorporated in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.
BlastPoint, Inc., is a B2B provider of customer intelligence and analytics solutions that companies across sectors rely on to optimize revenue growth. Serving the energy, financial, and automotive sectors, as well as numerous nonprofit community organizations, BlastPoint helps companies discover, target and engage the humans in their data. Our customer intelligence platform makes AI-powered insights accessible to business users, no data management expertise necessary. This makes BlastPoint the go-to resource for business teams who seek to better understand the people and places they serve. BlastPoint has helped partners across sectors accomplish business objectives and surpass benchmarks. Results we've helped our partners achieve include increasing digital engagement by 670%, surpassing social media benchmarks by 30%, saving $1.3 million by enrolling more customers in paperless billing, getting a 47% payment in full response from delinquent accounts, and more.
Clinc is a conversational AI platform that enables enterprises to build "human-in-the-room" level, next-gen, virtual assistants. In contrast to a speech-to-text word matching algorithm, Clinc analyzes dozens of factors from the user’s input including wording, sentiment, intent, tone of voice, time of day, location, and relationships, and uses those factors to deliver an answer that represents a composite of knowledge extracted from its trained brain. Clinc's underlying technology is based on state-of-the-art machine learning and deep neural networks (DNN)-as-a-service developed by computer science professors at the University of Michigan. Clinc is a standalone “trained brain” that has been given an initial deep knowledge of the financial and banking industry. Its machine learning capabilities enable it to expand its knowledge with every query and to then draw from that knowledge for each subsequent customer query. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Cobalt provides a Pentest as a Service (PtaaS) platform that is modernizing the traditional, static penetration testing model. Fueled by our global talent pool of certified freelancers, Cobalt’s crowdsourced SaaS pen test platform delivers actionable results that empower agile teams to pinpoint, track, and remediate software vulnerabilities. Hundreds of organizations now benefit from pen test findings, faster remediation times, and higher ROI for their pen test budget.
LineLeap provides mobile fast pass entry for popular bars and nightclubs allowing customers to skip long lines at their favorite venues. LineLeap allows people to buy Line-Skip passes, cover, reservations, event tickets, and drinks from the comfort of their phone, as well as access exclusive deals from their favorite bars, clubs, and nightlife venues. It enables venue owners and managers to improve customer service and marketing efforts while also generating new revenue streams.
MemryX is developing the Memory Processing Unit (MPU) – the only true commercial, large scale, non-volatile in-memory compute processor for AI/ML. The MPU harnesses a recent innovation in semiconductor storage, called resistive random-access memory (ReRAM) into machine intelligence compute “fabrics”, combining memory and processing into memory-compute blocks for optimal efficiency and flexibility.
MobileForce is a transformative, cloud-based customer relationship optimization (CRO) company that helps enterprises optimize customer engagement and productivity by connecting field personnel with the right information at the right time on the right device. The solution uniquely connects to a wide variety of cloud and on-prem enterprise applications and data sources, automatically orchestrating and synthesizing the information into contextually-relevant user experiences that shorten sales cycles, reduce the cost of sales, and gives field reps more “selling time” back in their day. The company's flagship product, MobileForce Sales Velocity, is a next-generation mobile engagement and productivity optimization solution for the world’s leading sales teams. It solves productivity challenges the right way – by delivering contextually relevant information, at the right time, on any device. The solution seamlessly integrates systems like Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle, SAP, SharePoint, Google Apps, Box, DropBox, LinkedIn, YouTube, and others in a single pane of glass interface.
Rachio is a Denver-based software and hardware company focused on improving the water efficiency of homes. The company's Smart Controller enables to control outdoor sprinkler system from the palm of the user's hand, using a WiFi-enabled iOS or Android device. Rachio’s cloud-based software allows customers to manage their sprinkler systems from anywhere.
Refraction AI is a robot delivery startup offering food delivery service from restaurants to customers through its self-driving robot REV-1. They build and deploy robotic platforms for providing safe and scalable last-mile goods delivery in urban areas. They pick up goods from places like restaurants, pharmacies, and grocery stores and bring them directly to your house, enabling faster, cheaper, and safer delivery to meet customer’s growing expectations. Refraction’s robot, the REV-1, is completely autonomous using a system of a dozen cameras, radar, and ultrasonic sensors and can be teleoperated and monitored remotely. They employ an autonomy stack that is designed for the harshest of winters.