Target Arm Competitively Selected for Air Force Accelerator Powered by Techstars
Chosen from a global applicant pool for one of the coveted 10 slots
By: Target Arm Inc.
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Demo Day, taking place May 7, is a celebratory event showcasing the 10 companies that completed the three-month accelerator program to an audience of investors, potential customers, community members and mentors. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear pitches from each company, network with event attendees and meet the companies during the event's networking reception.
Jeff McChesney, CEO stated, "We are extremely pleased to be part of the Air Force Accelerator Powered by Techstars. Techstars is world renowned for assisting leading edge companies with innovative robotics technologies. Our goal is to uncover optimal product/market fit for Tular, and then accelerate into those markets. As aerial drone use proliferates, governments and businesses aren't getting full value from them, due to a lack of mobility and actually, the wind. At Target Arm, Tular enables drones to be launched, and more importantly recovered, from any moving vehicle, and even in high wind conditions."
Target Arm Inc. is a Connecticut-