Four companies joined the TowsonGlobal business incubator this month: Immersive 3D, MyCity4Her, SeSys and Sustainable Infrastructure.
Towson University’s resident incubator graduated its first three startups in March of this year.
Here are the new company descriptions, from the press release:
- Immersive 3D fuses the energy of the video game culture into the teaching of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education by producing highly creative games and programs to enhance the learning experience. Their “Cyber School” includes a database program that allows teachers and schools to easily manage and integrate existing programs.
- MyCity4Her, Inc. is a media company that serves the unique needs of women business owners and women in business that occupy decision making and leadership positions. The company provides cost-effective and efficient media products and marketing solutions to the increasingly important and influential women in business community as well as the corporations and organizations seeking to do business with them.
- SeSys is a UK manufacturer of the rapid deployment Torch Camera and ATEX compliant cameras. Established in 2004, SeSys has supplied all waste water and most water supply companies in the United Kingdom with their state of the art equipment. SeSys now exports to 14 countries and is expanding its efforts to tap the US market.
- Sustainable Infrastructure brings superior efficiencies and technological improvements to the National Bridge Inspection Program, which is required under US regulations. The Aesir Inspection Vehicle (AIV) is the initial product, which will blend existing technologies with a proprietary software package that will facilitate more accurate, reliable and timely data collection and reporting.
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