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Indiana Venture Idol Competition Winners Announced
The winners of the first-ever Indiana Venture Idol Competition have been announced at the Indiana Venture Conference in downtown Indianapolis.
Taking home the top award and $10,000 in prize money is Anderson-based Xtreme Alternative Defense Systems (XADS). The company develops non-lethal weapons.
Source: Inside INdiana Business
Top Winner ($10,000 prize)
XADS - Anderson
XADS: Xtreme Alternative Defense Systems (XADS) is an innovator of Non-lethal Directed Energy Weapons & Solutions which have the ability to disable and/or incapacitate aggressors without lethality from distances up to 30 feet. XADS is engineering and producing both the StunStrike weapons series, which delivers a tuned, lightning discharge to a target in a non-lethal manner, and the Photonic Disruptor Laser series used to assess, deter, and preclude a threatening situation.
Coolest Idea ($1,000 prize)
Shift Bicycle - W. Lafayette
Shift Bicycle: (West Lafayette) is a unique innovation being developed at Purdue University which helps children learn how to ride a bike on their own. Unlike traditional training wheels, that simply prevent the bike from tipping, the SHIFT bicycle’s swinging rear hub allows children to learn how to balance themselves gradually and it “shifts” automatically from a three wheel bike to a two-wheeler as their balance and speed improves.
Biggest Market ($1,000 prize)
LENR - Elkhart
LENR: (Elkhart) has developed a revolutionary 1kW output, non-carbon based power cell. This power cell, the Deuterium Crystalline Cell Reactor (DC2) is a low energy input, nuclear fusion powered cell that utilizes Deuterium (a cheap, carbonless, easily separated constituent of water) in an evolutionary combination with LENR reactor technology to produce high density heat for economical turbine electric power generation.
Best chance of Success ($1,000 prize)
TGX Medical Solutions - Indy
TGX Medical Solutions: (Carmel) has a state of the art supply chain management software solution for medical and surgical equipment. It is the first web based asset management software on the market, and provides a baseline for infection control, and tracking employee productivity.
Source: Indiana Venture Conference
Source:  Inside Indiana Business
About TGX Medical Systems
TGX Medical Systems Inc., the Indiana-based development software firm that owns the Alex Software, is headquartered in Carmel,
Indiana, USA. TGX Medical Systems designs, develops and markets software solutions for medical asset management and tracking.
These web-based systems work with specialized hardware supplied by major integrators. They are sold to small, medium and
large-sized hospitals and medical facilities. TGX Medical Systems's systems are distinguished from competition by their
sophisticated interfaces, scalability and ease of modification and are extensively patented. Our markets are worldwide.
The TGX Medical Systems website is www.tgxmedical.com.