Titan Spine, Aurora, CMFG, & More: This Week’s Wisconsin Watchlist
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and software aimed at helping treat patients with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Propeller Health was also featured in a recently aired episode of the PBS program The Crowd & The Cloud about connected inhalers and a Wall Street Journal article about the power of data to make cities healthier and more efficient.
—UW-Madison’s news service also profiled Isomark, which is developing a device that measures carbon isotopes in the exhaled breath of patients. The Madison-based company is reportedly seeking to sell some of its products to hospitals, where they might be used in intensive care units.
—Middleton-based ImageMoverMD, which is developing software that enables clinicians and patients to securely transmit photos taken with mobile devices, introduced new tools allowing staff at hospitals and clinics to move images from CDs and DVDs onto their organizations’ image-archiving systems.
—Gener8tor, a Wisconsin-based organization that runs training programs for startups and invests in them, unveiled the five companies in its latest core accelerator program. The program kicked off in February and will culminate on May 11 with a pitch event in Madison.
—Gener8tor also announced that it’s co-hosting a manufacturing-focused conference on Sept. 6 at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers. Part of the goal in organizing the event is to facilitate meetings between startups and large manufacturing corporations, Gener8tor said in a press release. For more information on the conference, see coverage in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and BizTimes Media.