Space Certification Partner Selected for Showcase
Space Foundation Space CertificationTM Partner Psoria-ShieldTM has been selected by Space Florida and the (Florida) Technological Research and Development Authority (TRDA) to present at the I2 (Igniting Innovation) Capital Acceleration Showcase Sept. 7 in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Tampa-based Psoria-ShieldTM is one of only 10 companies chosen from among 62 Florida technology firms that applied to present their business cases at the I2 Showcase.
Psoria-Shield became part of the Space CertificationTM program, which raises awareness of how products and services developed for space improve life on Earth, in May. Psoria-ShieldTM produces a medical device to treat a range of skin disorders using Deep Ultra Violet Light Emitting Diode (UVLED) technology. The original technology was developed jointly by Stanford University, NASA Ames Research Center, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the European Space Agency in part for photoelectron generation as part of the charge management system for gravitational wave measurement systems. Psoria-LightTM technology incorporates a multitude of deep UVLEDs sufficient to offer high-dosage, therapeutic, targeted UVA and NB-UVB phototherapy. Learn more about Psoria-ShieldTM at www.psoria-shield.com.
About Space CertificationTM
The Space Foundation's unique Space CertificationTM branding program allows qualifying products and services to display the official Space CertificationTM seal and to benefit from cooperative marketing programs. There are three certification classifications: Certified Technology Products; Certified Educational Products; and Certified Imagination Products. For more information, go to www.spacecertification.org.
About I2 Capital Acceleration Showcase
Space Florida and TRDA expect to attract more than 200 investors, business development executives and entrepreneurs to the day-long I2 Showcase, which highlights aviation, aerospace, biotech, life science, clean tech, defense, homeland security, IT and telecommunications businesses in the morning and will feature presentations on the latest clean-tech opportunities from 10 additional Florida companies in the afternoon. For information about the Showcase, visit www.i2Florida.com.
Space Florida will award one of the presenting companies a cash prize of $100,000 at the conclusion of the Showcase. Space Florida was created to strengthen Florida's position in aerospace research, investment, exploration and commerce, including attracting and expanding the next generation of space industry businesses in Florida. For more information on Space Florida, visit www.spaceflorida.gov.
After managing the Showcase selection process for Space Florida, TRDA is providing additional business guidance to help advance financing and commercialization efforts of the selected companies. For more information on TRDA, visit www.trda.org.