A Few of Our Companies
Andluca Technologies, a Princeton University spinout, designs transparent, thin-film power sources that convert ultraviolet light into useful energy at the point of use. These flexible power sources can conform to any shape and disappear into their environment to enable discreet, wireless operation of smart glass.
MMS, a Naval Surface Warfare Center spinout, is a producer of ultra-high strength, low weight materials that provide game-changing capabilities for many applications. This includes high performing custom buoyancy for undersea and surface use, lower density at every depth rating than the best performing syntactic foams and is easily machinable with common tools. MMS is an SBIR Phase I winner.
Pitch Aero, a US Air Force spinout, specializes in the development and production of cyclorotors: multi-blade propulsion devices capable of near instantaneous thrust vectoring in 360 degrees. Cyclorotors allow for a new class of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) which enable precise, touch-based, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and maintenance of industrial assets.
Pliant labs, an Air Force Research Lab spinout, is an energy startup that aims to make the new generation of energy storage and generation devices that provides advanced durability (being able to withstand exposure to a high temperature which causes typically rapid performance degradation of traditional lithium-ion batteries) as well as improved safety.
A stealth company, a Department of Energy spinout, is working on commercializing a cutting-edge cyber security solution for identity management.