DPI-IPG is developing a system of sensors to use radio frequency imaging technologies to assess the physical wear and condition of industrial conveyor belts to reduce maintenance time and increase efficiency.
Niivatech is developing a radar system for the purpose of realtime detection of avalanches with accompanying software to alert customers with detailed reporting.
Coreform is commercializing the first isogeometric analysis (IGA) finite element analysis (FEA) software for use in crash-simulations. Coreform develops high-end simulation tools that make a tighter connection between design and engineering. The highest demand for this technology is in the automotive and aerospace industries.
Learn more at coreform.com
Go Quiet Pro, a company administered by Brenkman and Company, LLC and located in the Utah Valley, is applying active noise cancelling (ANC) technology to the trucking and heavy equipment industries. The company has worked in partnership with Brigham Young University (BYU) and Caterpillar to develop an ANC device that can be installed or retro-fitted into the cabs of diesel semi-trucks to cancel engine noise that has been known to cause hearing damage. The active noise cancelling preserves hearing and reduces costs for worker’s comp and medical care.
Founded in 2008, Helidyne is a privately held company headquartered in Washington, Utah. Its primary focus is the development and manufacturing of the planetary rotor expander and its integration into automated “plug-n-play” power generation packages. Initial target markets include offshore oil platforms, waste pressure recovery, and gas processing applications found in the Oil & Gas industry.
Learn more at helidynepower.com
Farhamg Wireless is a developer of state-of-the-art MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) technology. Farhang Wireless’ goal is to provide IP cores to chipset makers and companies developing FPGA (field-programmable gate array) solutions. Applications include: cellular tower equipment, LTE small-cells, next generation LTE based broadband for communities without cabled internet, and WiFi.
Learn more at farhangwireless.com
Inertial Sense is a privately owned U.S. company that specializes in the development and distribution of miniature high-performance GPS Inertial Navigation Systems, Attitude Heading Reference Systems, and Inertial Measurement Units. The company was founded in July of 2013 is located in Salem, Utah, an hour south of Salt Lake City.
Learn more at inertialsense.com
IDT is a small SBA certified HUBZone business with over a decade of transportation experience located in Caliente, Nevada and Cedar City, Utah. Since 1997 IDT has been gaining a reputation for innovative solutions to complex national problems. With help from USTAR, IDT Services developed an automatic equipment identification reader system (AEI reader) and an improved heat-sensing RFID hub tag system that tracks railcars and determines when equipment needs servicing. The company’s solution was so successful that Union Pacific acquired the company’s IP portfolio and has collaborated with IDT on another project.
Learn more at idtservices.com