Photo courtesy of PrintLess Plans.
Forget carting around rolled-up blueprints and architectural drawings.
Highlandtown-based startup PrintLess Plans has developed a better method, it says, for construction workers and architects who visit construction sites: the Zephyr e-portfolio.
[Jonathan] Meyers is ready to launch the device of and in his dreams. The Zephyr is a 13-by-17-inch, foldable e-portfolio designed to display digital drawings just as well as their laser-printed counterparts. A product of PrintLess Plans, the company that Meyers co-founded last year with Jared Lyles, Zephyr will be making its way into the hands of select users this summer as part of a nationwide beta program.
PrintLess Plans was a graduate of the 2013 AccelerateBaltimore program run by the Emerging Technology Center, where it is now based. The startup is also a finalist in the international MassChallenge startup competition, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported.-30-
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