ABSâ€™s technology is based on direct electrochemical communication between the sensor and the analyte without third party involved. It offers high spatial-temporal resolution in sensory-energy images of cancer and proteins. The organic memristor/memcapacitor offers high power and energy density without a need for an electrolyte.
Primary Application Area: Medical Devices
Technology Development Status: Prototype
FIGURES OF MERIT
Value Proposition: We have developed a Pioneer I proprietary hand-held breast cancer detection device with reagent-free and antibody-free characteristics that has the ability to detect single cancer cell directly and quantitatively without the need of reagent, antibody or labeling with less than a minute of test time. Our device is able to detect single cancer spatiotemporal orientation in deep tissue; Show how the cancer formed and when metastasis happening; No sample pre-treatment; Real time 4D color visualization of cancer heat release; seconds for detection; dozen pending and issued patents; no pain, no infection; $180/unit compared; 97% accuracy.
Our Pioneer II is a 4D dynamic cancer healing device. The device allows a spontaneous electric pulse change at real time is monitored for the cancer. The features are safety and effectiveness of the signal current is very small in µA against current market device of 30-50 mA and the time is within 150s vs. market device of 30 minutes for the therapy procedure. The 4D contour heat map monitor is displayed on a handheld receiver and shows the color change with time. The color change represents the viability of the cancer cells being monitored.
Organization Type: Mid-stage Startup (A or B)
GOVT/EXTERNAL FUNDING SOURCES
Vetted Programs/Awards: ABS has been the National Innovation Showcase awardee in 6 years (Tech Connect World Conference); ABS was in the DOD’s Mentor-Protégé in 2010-14 with Raytheon. ABS was the finalist in National American Security Challenge competition (ASC) among the nation's 650 applicants in 2010.
SBIR/STTR Awards: No.
External Funding to Date: ABS received technology development fund grant $40k from Montgomery County of Maryland.
ABS has privately funded of $823,600 from 2006-2016.