NASA iTech's Ignite the Night ORLANDO Announces Presenters
When: Sept. 10 from 6–9 p.m. EDT
Where: Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S Magnolia Avenue
Ignite the Night ORLANDO offers area entrepreneurs an opportunity to present a technology that is solving a real-world problem and might also address a similar challenge with NASA's Moon to Mars mission.
Ignite the Night ORLANDO focus areas include Improve Energy Storage Density; Radiation – Protection, Mitigation, and Hardware; Power Efficient Technologies; Medical Breakthroughs; and X-Factor Innovations.
Alertgy – Melbourne, Florida
Wearable Non-Invasive Continuous Glucose Monitor
Capacitech Energy – Orlando, Florida
Everix Inc. – Orlando, Florida
Everix Optical Filters
Kanteron Systems – Paterna-Valencia, Spain
Molecular Mutation Burden Analysis
LightSpace Technologies – Marupe, Latvia
Multi-Focal 3D AR VR Image Displays
Modularity Space – Daytona Beach, Florida
PolyMaterials App LLC – Tampa, Florida
Rake Technologies – Winter Garden, Florida
An Unpowered Passive Exoskeletal Actuator System for Muscle Strength Augmentation
SpaceWave LLC – Melbourne, Florida
SurgePower Materials Inc. – San Marcos, Texas
The top Innovator from Ignite the Night ORLANDO earns a position as one of the 25 Semifinalists for the current cycle where their technology will be evaluated and has a chance to be selected as one of the Top 10 Finalists to present at the 2019 NASA iTech Cycle II Forum in Las Cruces, New Mexico, on Oct. 7-8.
For information about the NASA iTech initiative, visit:
For information about NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate, visit:
National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, Va.