Niivatech is developing a radar system for the purpose of realtime detection of avalanches with accompanying software to alert customers with detailed reporting.
Adranos Aerospace/Energetics is developing rocket propellent that is more efficient and more powerful, as well as more environmentally friend, than traditional fuels. The technology provides enhanced capacity and extended range for a variety of military and aerospace applications.
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Timothy Doyle is developing a high frequency ultrasound emitter to help detect cancer. The technology may be used to pinpoint the margins of tumors more precisely than any other method currently in use.
Verde seeks to create renewable energy by pre-treating green and woody waste to more efficiently create a sustainable source of fuel in the form of biomethane.
NovaBio is developing a coil-shaped and biodegradeable device that holds together tendons and ligaments that distributes tension, decreasing risk of reruptures and the need for revision surgeries after ligament and tendon repair.
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.
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Dentavations has patented a revolutionary new tool that uses a high-pressure stream of water for cavity preparations rather than a drill bit. The Waterjet is quieter, faster, and more versatile. Dentavations is working to complete final stage development and seek FDA approval.
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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.
Using USTAR funds, Turner Innovations has developed a wireless, portable x-ray imaging device that weighs just 17 pounds. The device, which fits in a carry-on suitcase, can be used in a variety of applications, from the operating room to the slopes to the battlefield.
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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.
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Conensus’ technology enables companies to drive agreement across the stakeholders in the buying group. CONSENSUS is an application that accelerates B2B sales by driving agreement across stakeholders in the buying group. An interactive demo automation platform personalizes video and documents so each stakeholder automatically learns about solutions in the most relevant way. Clients have cut their sales cycles by 68% and jumped close rates by 44%.
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