Company Showcase

Here are the #VIS19 Company Showcase Presenters in order of appearance:


 
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Stark Street Materials | Anna Brown

Stark Street Materials is developing non-toxic and recyclable high-performance radiation shielding materials


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Sironix | Christoph Krumm

Sironix Renewables is a Seattle-based startup that has earned over $4.5 million in grant funds and partnerships to develop bio-renewable ingredients for cleaning product applications. Their new laundry ingredient, called the Eosix™ Surfactant, reduces the cost and environmental impact of formulating laundry detergents by eliminating the need for co-formulated chemicals which are conventionally needed to for hard water function.


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Inventys | Brett Henkel

Inventys is a progressive cleantech company with a vision to be a global leader in building a CO₂ marketplace by developing CO2 modular plants that capture and store between 30 to 1200 tons of CO 2 per day.

 

 
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EXERGY, LO3 Energy | Ben Conte

LO3 Energy develops blockchain-based innovations to revolutionize how energy can be generated, stored, bought, sold and used, all at the local level.


 
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Rebellyous | Christie Lagally

Rebellyous Foods makes delicious, juicy plant-based chicken nuggets, patties, and chicken strips that cook just like breaded chicken products, so they can be an easy part of busy meal schedules at schools, hospitals, corporate cafeterias, and restaurants. Rebellyous’s products are affordable and made at scale to ensure everyone can enjoy quick, scrumptious, plant-based meals any day of the week.


 
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Plover | Victor Wang

Plover builds automated carwash systems that leverage advanced computer vision and robotics to clean vehicles without using any soaps or chemicals


 
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Hydrogen in Motion | Grace Quan

Hydrogen In Motion Inc. (H2M) has engineered a proprietary nanomaterial that selectively attracts hydrogen under ambient temperature and low pressure; providing twice the hydrogen in the same volume at half the cost, addressing a key impediment to the adoption of hydrogen technology.


 
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Alaska Native Renewables | Edwin Bifelt

Alaska Native Renewable Industries, LLC (ANRI) is a licensed General Contractor In Alaska focused on increasing renewable energy and energy efficiency deployment in rural Alaska communities. The company currently offers Solar PV sales, design and installation and LED Lighting Retrofit services for residential, commercial and utility scale projects throughout rural Alaska's 150+ communities.