For Immediate Release
April 4, 2023
Contact: Jill Byrd
Allosense Joins the Techstars Industries of the Future Program
Startup to have access to game-changing opportunities through ORNL
SAN ANTONIO — Allosense, an emerging technology startup that makes advanced sensors and measurement solutions, today announced it has joined the Techstars Industries of the Future Program. The accelerator program is committed to supporting and advancing world-class startups focused on emerging technologies across industries including artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, quantum information science, 5G/advanced wireless technology, biotechnology, and clean energy technology. Only 1% of applicants are selected to be invited to the Techstars program. Allosense actively supports electric vehicle manufacturers and defense operations. Many of its customers are original equipment manufacturers and automakers trying to improve the yield and quality of battery systems.
“Allosense continues to further mature its hardware and software products in the EV market. The company’s latest software offering called Dash is a secure data fabric platform that solves a common manufacturing problem,” said Roman Sandoval, founder and CEO of Allosense. “Dash allows our customers connect various industrial equipment and instruments to manufacturing networks easily. It gives data science teams an effective tool to perform analysis and insight on parts and processes while improving yield and quality of manufacturing.” According to Sandoval, the electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing space has high potential as an emerging market, rapidly growing at 28% annually. He believes Allosense is on the forefront of this industry. Battery manufacturing is a national security interest and is a huge opportunity for his company.
“I’m looking for breakthrough technologies that have the potential to change the world,” said Tricia Martinez, managing director of Techstars Industries of the Future. “I am looking for founders that have what it takes to build with empathy, navigate complex systems, handle extreme ups and downs and ambiguity, and will do whatever it takes to bring breakthrough technologies to market. We saw that in Roman. We welcome Allosense to the program and look forward to supporting them as they push the boundaries in this emerging technology.”
By being selected to Techstars Industries of the Future, Allosense will have access to the most advanced technologies, a network of top scientists from around the world, and high-tech facilities to evaluate their products through Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Tennessee Valley Authority, and the University of Tennessee. Allosense is one of 10 startups selected for the second class of the Techstars Industries of the Future Program.
Allosense is an Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) company that makes next-generation sensors and measurement solutions for electric vehicle manufacturing and equipment monitoring. Currently, Allosense serves several defense/aerospace initiatives and some of the largest electric vehicle manufacturers in the United States. To learn more, visit www.allosense.com.