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On July 29, we invited 4 groundbreaking companies to pitch their innovative solutions to an extensive panel of government buyers from the local, state, and federal agencies. Here’s what each company had to offer: 

World Housing Solution: Energy-efficient, deployable, and reusable shelters

Snorkel AI: Software product to accelerate AI application development 

Exum Instruments: Mass spectrometer making in-lab analysis easy and low-cost

Nucleus Security: Application that mitigates vulnerabilities to security threats 

World Housing Solution is a company that equips government institutions with energy-efficient shelters that can withstand and be assembled in any environment. Most recently, Ron Stocknopf Ben-Zeev, Founder and CEO of World Housing Solution, presented his product offering to 250+ government buyers at our weekly Emerging Tech and Innovation Showcase. Watch the video below to hear his pitch: 

Snorkel AI is a Series B startup company that accelerates AI application development by labeling enormous amounts of machine learning training data within hours. At our weekly Emerging Tech and Innovation Showcase, Snorkel AI’s Shenell Glover and Charlie Greenbacker pitched Snorkel Flow, Snorkel AI’s software product, to 250+ government buyers. Watch the video below to hear their pitch: 

Exum Instruments’ product, Massbox, condenses lab equipment into a single box to make organic and inorganic analysis easy and low-cost. During our weekly Emerging Tech and Innovation Showcase, Jeff Williams, CEO of Exum Instruments, pitched this product to 250+ government buyers. Watch the video below to hear his pitch: 

Nucleus Security automates vulnerability analysis, prioritization, and response to decrease potential security threats. Steve Carter, Founder of Nucleus Security, recently pitched to 250+ government buyers at our weekly Emerging Tech and Innovation Showcase. Watch the video below to hear his pitch: 

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