FreeFall is developing revolutionary new antenna technology for ground, air, and space. Their innovative spherical antennas are drawing interest from a wide variety of commercial and government organizations, offering wide field of view, electronic steering, and low mass to dramatically simplify and improve satellite communications. The company’s unique antennas for the coming 5G wireless world are unlike anything else on the market and enable high-frequency, steerable communications for Smart Cities, connected vehicles, and the Internet of Things. FreeFall was founded in Tucson as a spin-off from the University of Arizona and maintains a close connection with UofA faculty and supporters.
Learn More: https://freefallmovingdata.com/
Qwick connects hospitality businesses to dependable, reliable and highly rated workers in real-time. Qwick has developed a technology platform which allows hotels and restaurants to locate temporary staff instantly by posting an open shift. The Arizona Commerce Authority named Qwick as one of the most innovative companies in Arizona out of hundreds of applicants. This bi-annual competition highlights promising, early-stage companies in high-growth markets, and provides the winners with up to $150,000 in non-diluted funding to help commercialize and scale their concepts.
Learn More: https://qwick.com
Formed by UofA engineering graduates and faculty, Codelucida has developed error-correction technology that can enable cheaper, high-capacity, high-performance solid state drives for consumer and data center storage. Dr. Shiva Planjery, Dr. Bane Vasic and Dr. David Declercq are the founding team behind what could be one of the most enabling technologies in the semiconductor space.
Learn More: http://www.codelucida.com
Dr. Rajesh Khanna, a UofA pharmacologist, and his team have invented a powerful non-opioid/non-addictive pain killer. The compound, invented in Tucson at a UofA lab, has performed well in animals and Dr. Khanna will now work toward human trials and FDA approval.
Learn More: https://www.regulonix.com
Eller College graduate Jarret Hamstreet and team have invented a disruptive application for semi-truck shipping. The company has automated the process of identifying and locating an available hauler and then matches them to a shipper, eliminating dead head truck hauls and increasing shipping resources and efficiencies.
Learn More: http://enterprise.postbidship.com
SinfoniaRx was the first spin out from the University of Arizona, ultimately selling to the public company Tabula Rasa Heathcare (NASDAQ: TRHC). The transaction was selected as the 2017 Deal of the Year by the Association for Corporate Growth - Arizona Chapter.
Learn More: http://sinfoniarx.com
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