01 Sep CASE STUDY: Circadian Positioning Systems (CPS)
Posted at 10:37h in Insights
When Dr. Eliza Van Reen, Ph.D., founder of Circadian Positioning Systems (CPS), sought to expand the commercialization of her groundbreaking fatigue-mitigating technology that was being deployed by the Navy into additional military applications, she turned to RI Hub’s Venture Mentoring Service. She was paired with leaders from 401 Tech Bridge and other crucial mentors to help navigate the complex requirements within the Department of Defense.
By leveraging the extensive contacts and knowledge base within the Tech Bridge network to connect her to the procurement and acquisition community for military programs associated with CPS’ technology, the company is making strides along the path from research and development into commercialization.