Powers a last-mile platform that aims to cut costs, expedite deliveries, and boost parcel volume.
Besides providing its software to any company delivering personal protective equipment, Onfleet has helped food banks and farmers' markets donate meals to families in need. Volunteers at Stanford University used the software to bring thousands of PPE items to senior centers and clinics around the Bay Area. Food banks and farmers turned to Onfleet to help them pivot to food bank delivery. A free job board launched in March matches drivers with companies worldwide.
Builds aerial delivery drones.
Volansi’s drones stand to play a critical role in ending the global pandemic. Its compact drones are efficient and roomy, which makes them ideal for hauling medical equipment like Covid vaccines. Their ability to control cargo temperatures will be vital, as many vaccines require refrigeration. And given the drones' ability to land almost anywhere, they could prove helpful in bringing much-needed medication to rural communities.
Manufactures and develops 3-D-printing technology.
In March, Formlabs launched a Covid-19 response effort, working with health care providers and government agencies to 3-D print products including diagnostic nasal swabs, PPE, and medical equipment. Formlabs quickly developed the capacity to produce a million swabs per week while also creating air-purifying respirators and face shields for health care workers and also a 3-D-printed adapter that turns air pressure machines into ventilators.
Provides custom fixtures, case goods and other furniture, and large-format printing solutions for the retail and hospitality industries.
When the Covid-19 pandemic began, Morgan Li quickly adapted its product line. By providing customized social distancing materials, fixtures, and signage, the company helped a wide range of establishments stay open for their customers while encouraging safe practices. It also helped communities prepare for the reopening of schools by supplying a new line of personal protective equipment specifically designed for the school environment, making students and teachers feel safer and more comfortable.
Makes personalized prosthetic arms for individuals with a limb difference.
Unlimited Tomorrow’s 3-D-printed prosthetic arm, TrueLimb, is a life-changing product for individuals with a limb difference. Costing significantly less than traditional prosthetics and available in 450 skin tones, the arms offer individual finger control for all five fingers, enabling owners to complete simple daily tasks like eating with utensils, tying shoe laces, and putting their hair up in a ponytail. The company sends clients a 3-D scanner to scan their limbs before ordering, eliminating the need for owners to leave their home.