Ovia
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Danielle Bradnan

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June 13, 2019

Develops mHealth tools for women's reproductive health

The company was founded by Gina Nebesar, Alex Baron, Paris Wallace, Rory O'Connor, and Vasile Tofan in 2012; to date, it has raised $15.7 million in funding. Among its investors, we highlight Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, a third-party payer that led the most recent round of funding and ... read more.
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Dthera
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Danielle Bradnan

Digital Health and Wellness More...

June 13, 2019

Develops a digital therapeutic to treat the symptoms of neurodegenerative disorders

The company was started by David Keene, Edward Cox, and Geno Kostikov in 2012 and raised raised $1.7 million in venture funding before its acquisition by social media platform everyStory. The company develops digital therapeutics based on reminiscence therapy in order to improve the quality of life ... read more.
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Danielle Bradnan

Digital Health and Wellness More...

June 13, 2019

Develops prescribed digital therapeutics for treating cardiometabolic diseases

The company was founded by David Perry and Kevin Appelbaum in 2015 and has raised approximately $23.8 million to date. The company develops digital therapeutics platforms that use artificial intelligence and neuroscience to modify behaviors that induce or exacerbate lifestyle diseases. Some of the ... read more.
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Kaia
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Danielle Bradnan

Digital Health and Wellness More...

June 13, 2019

Develops digital therapeutics as part of multimodal support for chronic diseases

The company was started by Innocent Clement, Konstantin Mehl, Manuel Thurner, and Moritz Philipp Weisbrodt in 2015. So far, the company has raised about $14 million from European venture capital firms. The company makes a multimodal app that combines physical therapy instruction, psychological ... read more.
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Ftc solar
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Patricia Seoane da Silva

Next Generation Power More...

June 13, 2019

Single-axis solar trackers for commercial and utility-scale applications

FTC Solar was started in 2017 by former employees of SunEdison, who are currently part of the management team. The company develops Voyager, a single-axis tracking system that performs row-level control and can rotate up to 60° in each direction; Voyager features a 2-in-Portrait (2P) tracking ... read more.
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Coolback
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Patricia Seoane da Silva

Next Generation Power More...

June 13, 2019

Integrated module frame for passive cooling of solar modules

Simon Meijer started the company in 2011 as part of a low-concentration photovoltaic (LCPV) project that ceased activity in 2015, giving rise to a new strategy focused on passive cooling of PV modules; the company joined the Greenhouse Cleantech Incubator and raised an undisclosed amount of funding ... read more.
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Holly Havel

Exploration and Production More...

June 12, 2019

Laser-based methane detection for continuous monitoring

The company was started by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) and spun out of the university in 2017; to date, the company has received more than $2 million in grant funding via ARPA-E's MONITOR program to support field demonstrations. The company makes dual-frequency ... read more.
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Standard kairosaerospace
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Holly Havel

Exploration and Production More...

June 12, 2019

Aerial methane imaging and leak detection

Offers an aerial-based imaging solution that incorporates an optical camera and imaging spectrometer to detect fugitive methane leaks in oil and gas infrastructure Uses cloud computing and data analytics to generate optical georeferenced maps that show methane plumes and provide computed values for ... read more.
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Lewie Roberts

Autonomous Systems 2.0 More...

June 12, 2019

Autonomous truck convoys

Develops a Level 4 (L4) autonomous system for long-haul trucks; although the company aims to enable an L4 truck that can drive entirely on its own (within roughly six years), it is beginning with the development of a convoy of two platooning trucks, where the lead truck is driven by a human, while ... read more.
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Lewie Roberts

Autonomous Systems 2.0 More...

June 12, 2019

Last-mile delivery refers to the shipping of products between a penultimate location (like a warehouse, store, or restaurant) and the final customer. Traditional brick-and-mortar companies like Walmart have struggled to compete with internet shopping services like Amazon in the delivery of goods ... read more.

Analyst Insight

Industrial Power Symbiosis: Finding Cost-Effective Cases for On-Site Power Generation

Coverage Areas: Future Grid More...

Planned Publication Date: September 2019

When and how will industrial customers of electricity find it most cost-effective to source their own electricity from on-site generators? This report will match power generation technologies with the industries that can benefit from their use and secondary benefits, such as heat and hydrogen production.

Synbio Partnership Landscape

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: September 2019

This report will map the synthetic biology partnership landscape to identify where current opportunities exist for partnering.

Net Zero Energy Buildings and their impact on the grid

Coverage Areas: Future Grid More...

Planned Publication Date: September 2019

Net zero energy buildings (NZEBs) are designed to generate as much energy as they consume and be as energy-efficient as possible. The increased availability of a variety of distributed energy resources in commercial and residential buildings is supporting the growth in deployments of NZEBs. This report looks to quantify the market for NZEBs, analyze the impact that these buildings have on the power grid, and provide a forecast of the future of energy in the built environment.

Genomics in agriculture

Coverage Areas: Agro Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

Big data in agriculture was initially synonymous with "precision agriculture," however the rise of genomics and other informatics tools are fundamentally changing the roles DNA and data play in agriculture. (This report will be the first of a "Genomics in X" series, building on the "Power of DNA" report/webinar)

The Market Opportunity for Emerging Displays

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

Flexible displays have been an emerging opportunity for over a decade, but have yet to achieve significant traction. In this report, we'll explore the state of the flexible displays market, how the technology's challenges can be overcome to enable widespread adoption, and how clients should participate in the flexible displays value chain.

China's Public, Private, People Approach to Innovation

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

In recent years China is continuously challenging the West for the top spot on the global innovation leader board. With a face-paced innovation process that is counter intuitive to the traditional stage-gate approach developed and deployed in the West, China is quickly transforming itself into a global innovation leader - shedding its dated copycat stereotype and quickly transforming into the copied. At the root of this success is the fast changing socio-economic trends coupled with access to cutting edge technologies. In a unique public-private-people partnership, the government, private sector, and the masses together are enabling the country in bringing new innovations into the market at lighting speed.

Bio-based Intermediate Chemicals Market Growth

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

This report will assess growth projections of intermediate chemicals given different oil-price environments.

Plastic Recycling Technologies Cost Assessment

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

This report will model the cost of various plastic recycling technologies in order to assess and compare their respective value propositions.

The Status of Non-metal and Non-polymer 3D Printing

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q3 2019

This report aims to define the 3D printing technology landscape for non-metal and non-polymer materials. It answers the following questions: Who are the key players developing other materials in the 3D printing space? What are their technological readiness levels? What does the technology development roadmap look like?

How 3D Printing Software Will Accelerate the Development of 3D Printing

Coverage Areas: Accelerating Materials Innovation More...

Planned Publication Date: Q4 2019

In the last few years, synergies between the design software space and 3D printing have become increasingly apparent. For example, generative design software takes advantage of 3D printing’s ability to expand manufacturability and vastly enlarges the explorable design candidate space. 3D printing simulation software models the stress profile of a part, and therefore predicts part failure before physically printing it. Within the 3D printing community, we are seeing a trend of 3D printing companies developing and strengthening their software components. Several major examples include Desktop Metal’s software for generative design, Markforged’s cloud-based software for part print optimization, and Arevo’s computer-aided design (CAD) and FEA-based software for 3D printing design and simulation. In this report, we review the most relevant 3D printing software technologies and argue that the formation of a 3D printing software thread (design, simulation, manufacturing, as well as workflow management and data security) with data control through the whole process will be crucial for 3D printing at industrial scale. We expect to see more 3D printing companies either develop their own software strategies or to partner with large software companies in the near future.