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The Innovation Lab is a space for executives, investors, startups and large organizations to network, experience live demos and discover the latest product innovations that will shape the future of advanced manufacturing.

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2017 Innovation Lab Participants

Singularity University


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Singularity University is a global community using exponential technologies to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. Our learning and innovation platform empowers individuals and organizations with the mindset, skillset, and network to build breakthrough solutions that leverage emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, and digital biology. With our community of entrepreneurs, corporations, development organizations, governments, investors, and academic institutions, we have the necessary ingredients to create a more abundant future for all.

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Deloitte


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The subsidiaries of Deloitte LLP provide industry-leading audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services to many of the world’s most admired brands, including 80 percent of the Fortune 500 and more than 6,000 private and middle market companies. Our people work across more than 20 industry sectors with one purpose: to deliver measurable, lasting results. We help reinforce public trust in our capital markets, inspire clients to make their most challenging business decisions with confidence, and help lead the way toward a stronger economy and a healthy society. As part of the DTTL network of member firms, we are proud to be associated with the largest global professional services network, serving our clients in the markets that are most important to them.

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Autodesk


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Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you’ve ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you’ve experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with our software.

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MassRobotics


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Our mission is to help create and scale the next generation of successful robotics and automation companies by providing entrepreneurs and innovative robotics/automation startups with the space and resources they need to develop, prototype, test, and commercialize their products and solutions.

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GE Fuse


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Big impact. GE introduces Fuse, an open innovation platform that accelerates the development of new products by inviting curious minds around the world to collaborate and solve meaningful technical challenges.

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Optomec


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Optomec is evolving the world of additive manufacturing by taking 3D printing in new directions. Our production-grade 3D printers support the broadest set of functional materials, from structural metals to conductive electronics and biologic matter. Our flexible systems are used for building prototypes to volume manufacturing to repairing high-value metal components to remanufacturing obsolete parts.

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Xometry


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At Xometry, we created a proprietary software platform to enable product designers and engineers to instantly access the capacity of a nationwide network of manufacturing facilities. Our platform makes it possible for customers to receive instant pricing, expected lead times and manufacturability feedback. At the push of a button, the network is able to deliver high quality parts at consistently fast lead times while offering very low prices.

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Omni ID


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Omni-ID is the leading supplier of passive low-profile UHF RFID tags and the world's first visual tagging system - ProVIEW. We've solved the challenge of high-value asset identification and tracking across industries. Omni-ID passive RFID tags with global performance and strong on-metal read range offer an affordable alternative to active RFID.

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FREDsense Technologies Corps


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FREDsense Technologies is a Calgary-based biosensor company commercializing fast, portable and cost-effective kits for water analysis. Our objective is to take water analysis out of the slow and expensive centralized laboratory and into the field. Combining genetic engineering and electrochemistry, we use biomanufacturing to produce sensors that are cost-effective and tuneable. Compared to traditional sensors, our biology-based approach allows us to easily engineer sensors for a variety of different specific contaminants. Our easy-to-use devices allow water testing at the source of contamination, making it easier to provide actionable information about water quality in minutes instead of days. We provide specific information about contaminant levels with high sensitivity. Our initial focus is on water treatment, remediation and mining industries, however our platform technology has the potential to be used in a variety of different applications making up the 3$ billion and growing water monitoring opportunity.

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PTC


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PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) is a global provider of technology platforms and solutions that transform how companies create, operate, and service the "things"​ in the Internet of Things (IoT). The company's next-generation ThingWorx® technology platform gives developers the tools they need to capture, analyze, and capitalize on the vast amounts of data being generated by smart, connected products and systems. The company's field-proven solutions are deployed in more than 26,000 businesses worldwide to generate a product or service advantage. PTC's award-winning CEO, considered an industry thought leader, co-authored the definitive guides to the impact of the IoT on business in the Harvard Business Review.

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Rethink Robotics


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Rethink Robotics is a new kind of robotics company, and our mission is to create a new kind of manufacturing robot. One that introduces robotics into processes that manufacturers have never been able to cost-effectively automate. One that uses common sense to perform a wide range of tasks and vastly improve productivity. And one that safely works side by side with its human counterparts, who are able to train it with no programming or engineering expertise.

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Ascend Robotics


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Ascend’s robotics provide automated kitting and production line supply for manufacturers, delivering substantial efficiency gains with existing workers and production line infrastructure , and a path towards full line automation. Telos, Ascend’s automated material handling robot, learns its environment, navigates through the facility and can autonomously identify and pick/pack objects. Autonomous material handling robots have begun to add efficiency in the warehouse and distribution center markets. At Ascend, we add advanced capabilities critical to our manufacturing customers: the sensing technology to detect objects’ identity and pose, the dexterity and 3D reasoning to manipulate those objects, and the ability to learn the identity of thousands, or hundreds of thousands, of objects with little or no human intervention.

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Vecna


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Vecna’s robotic logistics solutions are a family of autonomous mobile robots, built to operate within human-centric environments. These hard-working robots are capable of handling up to 3200 lbs while rapidly and safely responding to dynamic environments. In addition, these free agents are team players – they coordinate on their own and report problems as soon as they arise. This team of robots is prepared to take on logistics tasks in healthcare, fulfillment, manufacturing, warehousing, hospitality, and beyond.

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SuitableTech


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The Beam™ SPS (Smart Presence System), which includes products BeamPro and Beam+, is a telepresence solution that combines mobility and video conferencing for an immersive communication experience everywhere conversations take place. Beam enables people to be there, and to interact naturally by seeing and being seen, hearing and being heard, and the freedom to move about, from anywhere in the world. Founded in 2011, Suitable Technologies products are designed and manufactured at its headquarters in Palo Alto, CA.

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Purdue


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Across the world, we need new energy sources, healthcare solutions, environmentally friendly technologies, and an end to terrorism. At Purdue, these are a few of the issues we face every day. Our engineering faculty, researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students are making hydrogen fuel cells more efficient, helping fight AIDS in Africa, developing working evacuation-systems for natural disasters, and creating technologies to prevent and deal with possible terrorist attacks. Purdue engineers are working in virtually any area in which their expertise can benefit humanity. In the College of Engineering, we do everything we can to encourage and support our people. They are engineering the solutions to the grand challenges of the 21st century.

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DMDII


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The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) is the United States‘ flagship research institute for applying cutting-edge digital technologies to reduce the time and cost of manufacturing, strengthen the capabilities of the supply chain, and reduce acquisition costs. The institute is building a portfolio of applied research and commercialization innovation platforms that improve its partners’ competitiveness and financial performance, and transform entire industries. DMDII’s ecosystem spans from coast to coast, encompassing over 300 organizations that represent industry, academia and government entities. We’re an organization that brings University and Industry together with startups and government to collaborate on problems too big for any one organization to solve on its own.

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Locus Robotics


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Effective e-commerce fulfillment means navigating an explosion of product SKUs, ever increasing order volumes, highly personalized consumer packing, and faster shipping requirements. Our innovative e-commerce fulfillment solution makes it easy to respond to volume growth and seasonal peaks while giving you control over your labor costs. We enable you to perform more tasks with less labor – in the same footprint – without reconfiguring or disrupting your warehouse.

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Artaic


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Artaic designs and fabricates custom, award-winning tile-work. We modernize the creation of architecturally compelling mosaics through fast design iterations, free sampling and American robotic production. Custom tile is now fast and painless

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FAT FINGER


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FAT FINGER enables companies to digitize any procedure, gain real-time visibility to if their people’s activity and intelligently coaches them to take safer, smarter actions. Our easy drag and drop platform empowers anyone to create custom apps in seconds to digitize traditional paper based processes. Artificial intelligence uses the power of the data flowing through the process to learn and present users with coaching tips to optimize behavior.

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3DEO


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3DEO is commercializing a fundamentally new metal 3D printing technology, Intelligent Layering®, which unlocks the potential of additive manufacturing. Final part cost is reduced by as much as 80%, new capabilities are enabled by the technology approach, and the parts meet quality MPIF Standard 35 - a first in metal AM. There are three main factors that result in 3DEO's industry-leading low part costs - extremely low machine cost, commodity materials, and creative software design. Thanks to the low cost and highly repeatable process, 3DEO is able to make metal parts in high volumes that were previously uneconomical in metal additive manufacturing.

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Formlabs


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High-resolution desktop 3D printing, refined. We’re excited to introduce you to the Form 2. Formlabs is disrupting 3D printing with the first affordable, high-resolution desktop 3D printer on the market. The Form 2 marries high-end stereolithography (SLA) technology and a seamless user experience at a price affordable to professional designers and engineers around the world.

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Tulip


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Multiple Fortune 500 companies have implemented Tulip’s intuitive software and hardware platform to solve some of manufacturing’s most pressing challenges: digitizing paper-based processes, integrating industrial IoT technologies with legacy factory machines, and finally, capturing and analyzing real-time production floor data.

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Andromeda One FRC 4905


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The Andromeda One FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team #4905 was started in 2013 in partnership with the Ayer Shirley Regional High School (ASRHS).

Carriagetown Robotics FRC 5506


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We are a FIRST Robotics Competition team from Amesbury MA with a passion for STEM education and robotics!

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