Selected Technologies from our PortfolioSelected Technologies from our Portfolio
Rick Huebsch
Business Unit Lead – Softwar...
Office for Technology Commercialization 48
Map-based Driver Assistance System
• Bus 2.0 website -
www.bus2.me.umn.edu/
• P...
Office for Technology Commercialization 49
Biomarker Analysis System
Complex Biomarker Panels
for individual disease state...
Office for Technology Commercialization 50
Computer Based Assessment System for
Reading
• C-BAS-R – a computer-based asses...
Office for Technology Commercialization 51
Neuro-Ex: Neurologic Exam Platform
• An integrated hardware and
software platfo...
Office for Technology Commercialization 52
Virtual Reality Simulation for Medicine
• Interactive 3D models are part of a
v...
Office for Technology Commercialization 53
Video Analytics for Surveillance
• Portfolio of video recognition technologies
...
Office for Technology Commercialization 54
Online IP Marketing and Licensing Platform -
drives unsolicited leads, increase...
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OTC Selected Portfolio Technologies

  1. 1. Selected Technologies from our PortfolioSelected Technologies from our Portfolio Rick Huebsch Business Unit Lead – Software and Physical Sciences November 10, 2010 The data in this presentation is representative of theThe data in this presentation is representative of the  information known at the time of printing  (11/11/2010) and should be confirmed by the UMN  Technology Marketing Manager.
  2. 2. Office for Technology Commercialization 48 Map-based Driver Assistance System • Bus 2.0 website - www.bus2.me.umn.edu/ • Provides navigation assistance for road going vehicles in low visibility conditions by facilitating accurate navigation, lane keeping, and collision avoidance in tight or poor driving conditions such as fog, snow, rain, and darkness. Dr. Craig Shankwitz Intelligent Vehicles Laboratory, Dept. of Mechanical Eng.
  3. 3. Office for Technology Commercialization 49 Biomarker Analysis System Complex Biomarker Panels for individual disease states Walter C. Low, Ph.D. Professor, Associate Head for Research Department of Neurosurgery and A system that identifies complex disease-associated biomarker panels to provide a quantitative platform for blood-based disease diagnosis, progression, and recurrence Jason B. Nikas, DPT Post-Doctoral Fellow Department of Neurosurgery
  4. 4. Office for Technology Commercialization 50 Computer Based Assessment System for Reading • C-BAS-R – a computer-based assessment system that evaluates the level and rate of reading development from kindergarten to fifth grade • Gives schools an accurate and precise measure of student’s reading abilities Dr. Theodore J. Christ Dept. of Educational Psychology
  5. 5. Office for Technology Commercialization 51 Neuro-Ex: Neurologic Exam Platform • An integrated hardware and software platform that provides quantitative neurological examination measurements (balance/agility) • Today's qualitative, subjective, non- standardized exam interviews have poor reproducibility, especially for subtle abnormalities or changes Dr. Kelvin Lim Dept. of Psychiatry and Dr. Brent Nelson 5th year Medical Student Qualitative ‘Interview’ Exam Neuro-Ex ‘Data Capture’ Exam
  6. 6. Office for Technology Commercialization 52 Virtual Reality Simulation for Medicine • Interactive 3D models are part of a virtual-reality training and simulation environment that includes curriculum, software, models, and hardware. The tools are currently in use at the surgical simulation center at the University’s Medical School. Dr. Robert M. Sweet Dept. of Urologic Surgery
  7. 7. Office for Technology Commercialization 53 Video Analytics for Surveillance • Portfolio of video recognition technologies that identifies and captures discrete objects, crowd movements, and individuals within a crowd • Algorithms can apply to video surveillance systems, computer vision systems, and robotics Dr. Nikolaos Papanikolopoulos Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
  8. 8. Office for Technology Commercialization 54 Online IP Marketing and Licensing Platform - drives unsolicited leads, increases revenue, reduces costs and speeds time-to-market for Technology Transfer Organizations. Industry can search for, gather info about, and in many cases actually license available technologies, with no human intervention, no phone calls and no negotiation CaSTT – Commerce and Search for Technology Transfer Darren Cox CaSTT™ General Manager Office for Technology Commercialization

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