Alertgy is a leading edge health tech company for which the utilization of state of the art engineering software is an essential tool to accelerate the development of its advanced sensor systems. The ANSYS HFSS software enables Alertgy to model our technology under EMF, stress, and temperature constraints, in order to modify and perfect our product prior to commercialization. The ANSYS software is a cost-effective and growth promotive way to bring our technology to the consumer market.
To learn more about HFSS and how Alertgy plans to employ this software, please watch the video below.
Alertgy will be heading to Fort Lauderdale on July 26th to attend the Start Up Expo presented by the South Florida Technology Alliance. We will be competing with dozens of other companies to claim first prize, while also impressing investors. As the date grows closer, we will be tweeting and posting about our booth number, location, and other important details. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to keep up with this exciting event!
At Alertgy, we are leading the fight against the most common and exhausting problems 29 million people in the US deal with daily; measuring and tracking their blood glucose levels to manage their disease. Current glucometer technology is painful, requiring blood pricks or temporary implants that have to be stabled in and ripped out of your skin. The Alertgy glucose monitor (GM) is the only true non-invasive way to continuously measure and track glucose levels. We set diabetics free, join us to #StopThePrick.
Alertgy is excited to announce our acceptance and participation in NASA and EDC’s joint Technology Docking program. With hundreds of applications, Alertgy was one of top 5 handpicked companies selected to participate in this exclusive program.
Snippet of Full Press Release: “With Technology Docking in its third year, the program continues to be a successful tool for our local economy,” stated Lynda Weatherman, president and CEO of the EDC. “This program not only leads to new business ventures for these companies, but advances opportunities and innovation on the Space Coast.”
Ryan received his M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology, and is certified in Innovation through IAOIP. In the past 3 years of his early career, Ryan has managed and participated on engineering teams to design and prototype systems in the fields of nanotechnology, bioprinting, and medical devices. He has leverage his skills in innovation to rapidly and effectively validate value propositions, through the development of lean prototypes, to confirm a company’s business model.