Accelerate Michigan Competition Unveils 2013 Finalists

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Ornicept: Ann Arbor-based Ornicept has come up with a cloud computing-based tablet platform that the company believes can replace a backpack full of the current, outdated tools in use.

Patient Provider Solutions: The early-stage healthcare technology company is commercializing a patented healthcare communication solution called EloquenceTM.

Phasiq: Ann Arbor’s Phasiq provides an ultra-specific diagnostic platform for detecting protein biomarkers in biological samples.

Pindrop: Pindrop provides indoor mapping and location technologies to assist consumers in finding products and places using their mobile device.

PlanReaction: Based in Ann Arbor, the company has developed and is bringing to market proprietary, cloud-based software that automatically generates building floor plans and furniture layouts.

REL: The high-tech manufacturer of lightweight metal matrix composite components and custom equipment is based in Calumet.

Resinate Materials Group: The Plymouth-based startup provides environmentally sustainable solutions to the multi-billion dollar coatings industry with its novel polyol technology and polyurethane dispersion resins, which are key components in many types of coatings.

Rhythm Solutions: Rhythm Solutions was founded to meet the challenges of patients with arrhythmia by commercializing technology developed with over a decade of extensive clinical research at the University of Michigan.

SetToPrivate: The company was founded to educate users on privacy and provides online tools to apply that knowledge. The company offers an online subscription service helping social media users understand, set, and maintain their privacy settings.

SkySpecs: The startup produces aerial vehicles to inspect transportation and energy infrastructure.

Socorro Medical: The FDA-approved Socorro device allows simultaneous, 360-degree viewing of both target and critical surrounding tissues throughout endoscopic surgery procedures.

SpiritShop.com: The company is a fast-growing e-commerce and social commerce platform and marketplace for custom apparel and merchandise in the highly fragmented U.S. high school market.

Supported Intelligence: The East Lansing-based company has created software that allows users to make better decisions in risk assessment applications.

TM3 Systems: Royal Oak’s TM3 Systems has developed a smart, portable microgrid technology for the off-grid power market that reduces fuel consumption in remote power systems by more than 20 percent while significantly reducing downtime.

TurtleCell: Ann Arbor-based TurtleCell has designed an iPhone case with headphones embedded inside on a retractable cord, which means there is never any slack to get tangled.

Upland Nanotech: Upland Nanotech has designed a platform sensor system that significantly speeds testing for pathogens in food-borne illnesses.

Varsity News Network: VNN is a Web platform that makes it easy for high school athletic directors to manage social communication to teams and the community, and automatically creates media coverage for athletics in the process.

Wave Aircraft: Based in West Bloomfield, Wave Aircraft has created an amphibious aircraft that reduces total travel time and expands destinations, being equally comfortable on land or water.

Sarah Schmid is the editor of Xconomy Detroit. You can reach her at 313-570-9823 or sschmid@xconomy.com. Follow @XconomyDET

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