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Peter Spatharis Awarded Executive of the Year


"Frederick, MD - February 9, 2007 - It was an exciting time last night in Frederick for the local technology and bioscience community. The Fifth Annual Maryland Technology Council of Maryland Awards banquet was held at Dutch's Daughter Restaurant, honoring the achievements of several individuals and companies..."
ACAGI CEO Named Executive of the Year

Peter Spatharis Honored by Tech Council of Maryland

Frederick, Md. Peter Spatharis was named Executive of the Year at the Tech Council of Maryland's Annual Awards Dinner.  Spatharis, CEO of ACAGI, Inc was honored for his outstanding leadership, ability to forge strategic alliances and adeptness in securing capital and taking risks to grow ACAGI, Inc. in challenging market conditions...

Searching for an Unfriendly Face: University of Maryland, ACAGI Inc. Developing First Portable Video System to Recognize Terrorists


COLLEGE PARK, Md., Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- "As a soldier scans the crowded streets of Baghdad, so do another set of eyes. The second set, located on the soldier's rifle, belongs to a camera system that instantly recognizes the faces of potential threats."...


MIPS Supports First Portable Video System to Recognize Terrorists


Searching for an Unfriendly Face

UM, ACAGI Inc. Developing First Portable Video System to Recognize Terrorists

           

COLLEGE PARK, Md.  As a soldier scans the crowded streets of Baghdad, so do another set of eyes.  The second set, located on the soldier's rifle, belongs to a camera system that instantly recognizes the faces of potential threats. The camera's brain, a two-pound computer system worn on a belt or in a pack, is the first portable video system capable of matching faces with known threats in real time. It's being developed by Frederick-based ACAGI Inc., along with researchers at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering, through Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program funding...

TEDCO Awards $525K to Seven Companies, Including ACAGI

Seven Maryland Startups Receive Nearly $525,000 Total from TEDCO's MTTF Program to Develop and Commercialize Technologies TEDCO's Maryland Technology Transfer Fund Increases by $550,000 through FY 07 State Budget

COLUMBIA, Md. (Aug. 17, 2006) - The Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) announced today that seven technology startups have received $524,987 total in funding through TEDCO's Maryland Technology Transfer Fund (MTTF). ACAGI, Inc., Chesapeake Green Fuels, LLC, GeneTrade, LLC, netXccel, Inc., Recovery Science, LLC, and TRX Systems, Inc., each have received $75,000 and Canton Biotechnologies, Inc., has received $74,987...

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Searching for an Unfriendly Face
University of Maryland, ACAGI Develop Portable Video System to Recognize Terrorists

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- As a soldier scans the crowded streets of Baghdad, so do another set of eyes. The second set, located on the soldier's rifle, belongs to a camera system that instantly recognizes the faces of potential threats...

MIPS Round 38 Award Recipients


Company:
ACAGI, Inc. (Frederick)
Project: Building a portable video camera system with real-time face recognition, as well as live marking and indexing for immediate archival...

Rehab Management Press Release

Curing What Can't Be Cured, Seeing What Can't Be Seen

COLLEGE PARK, Md., Aug. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- To-do list for 23 Maryland companies and university faculty for the next year: cure cancer and HIV. Prevent a common bacterial disease. Find terror suspects, concealed weapons, and explosives with better technologies...

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