A Q/A with Jason Dean Co-founder/CEO of Eget Liber
Company HQ: Syracuse, New York
Team Size: 8
Focus: A multi-vehicle response to mitigating toxic algae
A Q/A with Skyy Network
Company HQ: Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Team Size: 12
Focus: Automated drone traffic management
A Q/A with Geopipe
Company HQ: NYC and Burlington, VT
Team Size: 6 FTE + 6 PT - 2 in Syracuse
Focus: Next-generation geospatial data
A Q/A with DroneSeed
Company HQ: Seattle, WA
Team Size: 30 and counting
Focus: Put a dent in climate change by making reforestation scalable.
A Q/A with BotsAndUs
Company HQ: London, United Kingdom
Team Size: 10 full-time
Focus: Service robotics
Drone Integration Work at NY UAS Test Site Includes GENIUS NY Teams ResilienX and TruWeather Solutions
Syracuse, NY – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently awarded a $1.6M contract that will advance unmanned traffic management (UTM) at the New York (NY) Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Test Site. CAL Analytics will lead a team of five commercial companies in the development of a single, integrated contingency management platform (CMP) for unmanned aircraft integration. Together with NUAIR and Oneida County, the companies will integrate and test their CMP technology to address specific safety and risk mitigation concerns for operating UAS in the national airspace the NY UAS Test Site.
GENIUS NY Company Selected for Advanced Drone Research Program
AutoModality, Inc. recently announced the closing of an acquisition of UsPLM,
Inc., a drone management platform provider based in Syracuse, NY. UsPLM has created a product lifecycle management solution for mobile robotic platforms and drones that will become a key component of Automodality’s Mission Control Enterprise SaaS offering.
This week was an exciting one for GENIUS NY as a new cohort of five startups joined the accelerator program. The program is a year-long in-residence accelerator focused on startups in unmanned systems, IoT and big data. GENIUS NY has invested $9 million dollars in 17 companies since its start in 2017.
Akrobotix (GENIUS NY ’17) was recently awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant to enable safe and reliable autonomous unmanned flight operations for drones. NSF supports research and development of deep technologies - those that are based on discoveries in fundamental science and engineering.