WINNER of U.S. Army

xTech Ventilator Challenge

AIRMID'S COMBINATION VOLUME-CONTROLLED MANUAL VENTILATOR (VCMV) + CONVERTIBLE VENTILATOR LED TO A WIN IN U.S. ARMY xTECH CHALLENGE

THE U.S. ARMY INDEPENDENTLY VALIDATED THIS TECHNOLOGY

"Comprised team has all the requisite personnel for bringing a quality product to meet the requested need."

"This is a concept that meets future Army needs for prolonged field care the best."

Proposed effort meets all necessary mission requirements."

 

"Bag system is an improvement over traditional."

 

"This is an expectational idea and is truly novel."

 

"Very mature and convincing design."

 

Multi-application use is compelling."

 

Volume-Controlled Manual Ventilator

for safe immediate battlefield ventilation

VCMV inserts into rugged, portable

Convertible Ventilator for automatic support

AIRMID IS A DoD TRUSTED CAPITAL ENTITY

ISSUE

Companies critical to DoD requires access to rapid funding from capital provides at key development stages, or these companies become susceptible to strategic funding from adversaries that leverage capital to exploit technology transfer

SOLUTION

Marketplace that encourages trusted capital providers to invest in key DoD focus areas at key growth inflection points. Provides companies and capital providers access and visibility into the national security priorities and network.

The DoD has determined AirMid's technology fulfils a critical unmet need for the DoD mission, resulting in AirMid being nominated for the DoD Trusted Capital Program

This demonstrates independent validation and traction for AirMid's technology platform

AirMid successfully underwent due diligence to obtain official Trusted Capital status

A well-run entity capable of withstanding external scrutiny lowers investment risk

With AirMid's technology already predetermined to be missions critical to the DoD, rapid adoption by the U.S. Government is more likely under development

The DoD would likely be AirMid's single largest customer, providing disproportionally high early market traction

2020, AirMid Critical Care Products, Inc.