Kaliber Imaging, Inc. has been awarded a Phase I Grant from the National Science Foundation. This grant will provide us the ability to aggressively move ahead with development of the Mobility Monitor.
We can effectively use the support of advisors and investors to develop products that will make a positive impact in the medical industry.
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Kaliber Imaging has received a grant from the Small Business Development Center at the college of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, Il. The funds will be used for hardware development of the MMAS.
It was a wonderful experience working with Professor Donald B. Hausch and his excellent students as they prepared a detailed business plan for Kaliber Imaging as their semester project. It was our privilege to have been chosen for their project, and an honor to work with such a dedicated team.
Team Members: Kyle Baker, Canan Izkan, Michael Podoll, Lin Si, Shannon Wilhelm, Ken Wooddell
We are very proud to have been selected as one of twenty companies to participate in a highly intensive business development program hosted by VentureLab. The program was five days of an intensive, highly experiential immersive program designed to enhance business success. We were able to further develop our business strategy, sales channels and marketing. We reaped the benefits of advice and direction from national and local business experts as instructors and mentors.
The NSF Phase II Grant enables us to build the working prototypes and to collaborate with Dr. Jack Winters and his team at Marquette Univeristy in validating and proving the reliability of the Mobility Monitor Assessment System. They will be doing comparative studies with the $400,000 Vicon Gait Analysis System which is in their lab. Marquette has received a sub award from this grant.
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We are pleased to have been accepted by the University of Wisconsin Law School's Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic as a client receiving free legal services. The Clinic combines the counsel of third-year law-school students experienced in business matters with advisory committee members knowledgeable in corporate structure, finance, intellectual property, tax, insurance and other legal issues common among new businesses. Participating students receive supervision from faculty and private sector lawyers.
Kaliber was awarded a royalty agreement on June 30, 2015, and also received was a grant for $10,000.
Kaliber is a virtual member of the Innovation Center, and has received enormous support, including the services of interns, all the seminars and workshops available, the assistance with needed referrals and much more.