Co-founders Gabe Munz and Sam Murley present Atmo, a platform that provides augmented reality solutions for retail, enterprise and entertainment industries at Technori Dubuque showcase in April 2016.
President and CEO of Caregraph, Jake Schneider, delivers the keynote at the Technori Dubuque showcase in April 2016.
Aquaponics manager Jeremy Shecter presents Mad Fish Farms, an aquaponic and hydroponic farm that produces fresh fish and vegetables for local stores and restaurants.
Owner Laura Klavitter presents MicroGirl Organics at the Technori Dubuque showcase in April 2016. Klavitter grows and sells micro “tiny” greens to local chefs and restaurants.
Founder and CEO Trace Steffen presents HowFactory, a service that streamlines and simplifies company documents on standard operating procedures and employee training guides at the Technori Dubuque showcase in April 2016.
COO Abraham Espinoza presents SwineTech, a platform that analyzes piglet sounds to measure if they are in danger of the sow’s weight pressed on them and alerts the sow with a small shock to get up.
Victor Mateevitsi presents SpiderSense, a Chicago-based product designed to help the blind see and improve their quality of life at the Technori showcase downtown Chicago in March 2016. SpiderSense is a tactile suit that allows you to feel the environment around you on your own skin.
Co-founder and CEO Cory Hohs presents HAAS Alert, a platform that provides mobile vehicle-to-vehicle communication in real-time, at the Technori showcase downtown Chicago in March 2016. HAAS alerts drivers to oncoming emergency vehicles ahead of time.
Zach Kaplan, founder of Chicago-based Inventables, delivers the keynote at Technori showcase downtown Chicago in March 2016.
ShipBob eliminates the need to drive and stand in line at distributors like FedEx, UPS, and USPS. Ship packages on demand with ShipBob.