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About Atheraxon

In 2013, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency funded an ambitious 4-year project aimed at the development of ubiquitous chemical warfare agent detection systems. Atheraxon was spun out of the ATHENA Lab at Georgia Tech to bring to market the cutting-edge wireless technology developed for this project. Jimmy & Brian participated in the NSF ICORPS program in the Spring of 2018 during which they traveled the world doing customer discovery, collecting use cases, and building deep connections in the logistics industry.

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In 2013, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency funded an ambitious 4-year project aimed at the development of ubiquitous chemical warfare agent detection systems. Atheraxon was spun out of the ATHENA Lab at Georgia Tech to bring to market the cutting-edge wireless technology developed for this project. Jimmy & Brian participated in the NSF ICORPS program in the Spring of 2018 during which they traveled the world doing customer discovery, collecting use cases, and building deep connections in the logistics industry.

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The company officially formed in May 2018, before being awarded an NSF Phase I SBIR in February 2019 followed by a Phase II grant in September 2020. The awarded funds are being used to de-risk the technology while moving from prototype to MVP. Atheraxon is building a team that can move research from the lab to commercialization.

The company officially formed in May 2018, before being awarded an NSF Phase I SBIR in February 2019 followed by a Phase II grant in September 2020. The awarded funds are being used to de-risk the technology while moving from prototype to MVP. Atheraxon is building a team that can move research from the lab to commercialization.

Our Next Steps

We intend to finalize the development of the 5G RFID technology—funded by an NSF Phase II SBIR grant—and implement the first pilots in tools, vehicles, and shipping container tracking. Build an item-tracking database to finally enable a true worldwide Internet of Things.