Atlas Medical was selected as a recipient of a $10,000 Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Award. Six of these awards are presented every year to capstone teams who have proposed a viable business plan for their project.
Through its participation in the Velocity Fund pitch competition, Atlas Medical received a $5,000 grant from the Ontario Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility. Atlas Medical was selected for this award as a venture that is tackling an accessibility issue. The funds will be used to further develop Atlas Medical's project and prototype.
Atlas Medical placed third in the Innovative Design category at the Canadian Engineering Competition. Atlas Medical is pleased to be recognized at the national level and sends its congratulations to all other teams who competed.
At the Ontario Engineering Competition, Atlas Medical won first prize in the Innovative Design category and took home the Social Awareness award. With these results, the team has advanced to the Canadian Engineering Competition in March.
Atlas Medical was selected to represent the University of Waterloo at the Ontario Engineering Competition in the category of Innovative Design. The team will attend the competition at McMaster University from January 18 to 20.
Michael Jonas pitched the Atlas P1 as a solution for pressure injury prevention, the judges agreed with the value proposition and Atlas Medical has advanced to the finals.
Atlas Medical's Jake Fisher pitched to a panel of five judges and outlined the company's pressure injury prevention technology. By winning the award, Atlas Medical took home over $3,000 in funding.
Atlas Medical's Colin Cooke successfully pitched the problem of pressure injury prevention for the Quantum Valley Problem Pitch competition. Atlas Medical acquired $10,000 in funding to be used for research and development.