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Agilyx

Agilyx
Portland, Oregon

Develops and markets systems to convert mixed waste plastics into synthetic crude oil.

Modular systems that use mixed waste plastic as an input and produce high quality crude oil and other petro-chemical products as an output. Waste products are recycled for energy usage (gases), treated and reused or disposed (liquids), or made available for commercial use (solids).

Coyuchi

Coyuchi
Point Reyes Station, California

Designs and markets organic cotton bed and bath products.

Using cotton sourced exclusively from thousands of Indian subsistence farmers, the company's unique business model and supply chain profitably serves consumer markets while supporting environmental and socially responsible, pesticide-free, agricultural and manufacturing processes.

Entuity

Entuity
New York and London

Network management solutions enabling optimal service delivery for managed service providers, integrators, and small to medium enterprises

Entuity's software enables an organization to optimize its network assets by delivering on the promise of automated infrastructure management. Underpinning the Entuity solution is an integrated architecture that can dynamically correlate fault and performance together with inventory in order to analyze, modify and optimize network capacity.

Faceware Technologies

Faceware Technologies
Los Angeles

Faceware Technologies uses disruptive computer vision technology to offer the industry´s leading facial recognition, motion capture, and animation solution.  The company´s hardware and software represent complete solutions for the interactive entertainment, film, video game, television, and commercial markets for clients such as Double Negative, ILM, Digital Domain, Blur Studios, Activision-Blizzard, Rockstar Games, Microsoft, 2K Sports, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Sega, Sony, Bethesda, and Moving Picture Company

Faceware Technologies News

August 17, 2015
Faceware Brings Real Time Facial Animation to UE4

Image Metrics

Image Metrics
Santa Monica, California and Manchester, England

Computer vision software for automated interpretation of images and video.

Image Metrics is the developer of the world’s first platform technology for computer vision. The company focuses its IP on developing world leading face animation solutions for video games, television, and movies. The company's credits include video games such as Grand Theft Auto, 24, and movies such as the recent Harry Potter.

Infratrac

Infratrac
Washington DC

Infrared markers to distinguish counterfeit products

InfraTrac´s applications include any product that needs tracking and anti-counterfeiting measures, including gasoline, plastics, fabrics, computer components, and paint. InfraTrac’s results are highly precise, and can distinguish brands, dates of manufacture, batches, improper handling, and adulterants. Tag a substance using InfraTrac’s patent-pending system, and you can track your materials accurately throughout the supply chain. Use a small change in the formulation of inactive ingredients as your taggant. It’s fast, inexpensive, and fits current manufacturing processes.

Marrone Bio Innovations

Marrone Bio Innovations
Davis, California

Discovery and development of effective and environmentally responsible natural products for weed, pest and disease management.

Through a combination of in-licensed technology and its own R&D, MBI develops products that target markets needing effective and environmentally responsible solutions. MBI’s own R&D finds naturally occurring microorganisms from unique habitats and develops them into products for controlling insects, weeds, nematodes, and plant diseases.

Optasia Medical

Optasia Medical
Boston and Manchester, England

Medical imaging-based computer assisted detection (CAD) solutions.

Optasia Medical builds medical imaging-based Computer Assisted Detection (CAD) solutions to help physicians make better decisions. With Optasia Medical’s tools, medical images can be evaluated more rapidly, more accurately and more reproducibly. The Optasia™ platform enables robust model-based vision solutions to automated medical image interpretation problems. With Optasia™, new applications can be developed rapidly for seamless integration into the clinical workflow.

Optasia Medical is applying the Optasia™ platform to problems in musculoskeletal disease. Specifically, for the analysis of X-ray images in the detection and monitoring of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and the planning and assessment of orthopedic surgery

TAGSYS RFID

TAGSYS RFID
Cambridge, Mass. and Huveaune, France

RFID solutions for item level asset tracking and identification.

Tagsys produces and markets smart tag technology for use in asset tracking and asset-identification based on radio-frequency identification technology (RFID). Tagsys is a world leader in this market space and has developed technologies for most major frequencies utilized globally for RFID. The company counts amongst its assets 37 patents and over 180 VAR's and distributors across the US, Europe, and Asia. Originally a division of smart-card technology company Gemplus, Gemplus was spun out and sold to Axa Private Equity, Saffron Hill Ventures, and Endeavour Advisors in October 2001 as part of Gemplus' financial restructuring