Adnoviv awarded $150K from the National Science Foundation
Adnoviv, Inc. has been awarded an additional $150K from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop a battery-operated version of their TruePODS™ product
Making Smart Buildings– Smarter
TruePODS are the first occupancy sensors to employ Doppler radar technology to detect true human presence and occupant count in indoor spaces.
Adnoviv awarded $750k grant from the National Science Foundation
Occupancy sensors can play a major role in reducing electricity consumption. Research has shown that occupancy detectors can save up to 80% of energy.
HTDC Awards $1.6 Million in Grants to 11 Local Companies
HONOLULU—Helping Hawaii companies further develop new technology products to solve critical issues within key industries, the Hawaii Technology
HTDC Awards More Than $1 Million In Grants to Hawaii Companies
RESEARCH AND HONOLULU—The High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) awarded grants to six Hawaii-based companies to support their research and development