Join us for a celebration of four incredible startup companies as they graduate from our RAPID Hardware Accelerator program. For the past 12 weeks, each company has been developing their business around a hardware product with guidance from experienced coaches and now it's time to hear their pitches.
With a grant from Penn and the Singh Center for Nanotechnology, Matt Serota and Mitch Steinberg are developing an active water testing platform.
To reduce the cost of sterilization of surgical tools, Chris is building a tool tracking platform.
With a background in education and toy making, Ronah Harris is creating "soft" IoT devices as low cost learning tools.
With pilot testing sites already secured, Matt Nicosia and Andrew Otto have developed a QR based door control system to control building access.