Startup day across america - Augusta, GA

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Demo Day presentation at theClubhou.se in Augusta, GA for Startup Day Across America with presentations from seven Augusta Startup Companies created at theClubhou.se and Georgia Regents University, including Blackbox.email, Camellix, Sumo Bot League, E3 Embedded Systems, Dylanpickups, txtcam, Humble Finance, and Sand Hill Endeavors. Attendees included Congressman John Barrow and multiple Venture Capital investors.

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  • 1. Welcome Congressman Barrow National Startup Day Across America Augusta, Georgia at

2. Welcome Congressman Barrow National Startup Day Across America Augusta, Georgia at 3. Hi. 4. angel.co/indiescott 5. $12 Billion in 2013. $20 Billion by 2018. Source: Borrell Associates 6. Email is king. Spamming is hard. Abuse is growing. 7. www.blackbox.email 8. MailChimp Oracle MailerLite 9. :) 10. Camellix, LLC A Biotechnology & Drug Development Company Associated with GRU Stephen Hsu PhD Tenured ProfessorGeorgia Regents University USA Chairman & CEO CamellixLLC USA 11. 2012 FDA ReviTeaLize AverTeaX MighTeaFlow 12. New Products for Dry Mouth 13. First Generation of Products Oral Moisturizers 14. Second Generation Glucose oxidase, lactoferrin, lysozyme and Lactoperoxidase. Low pH may cause dental erosion Mouthwash pH ACT Restoring 6.6 Biotene Dry Mouth 5.4 Crest Pro Health 4.7 The Natural Dentist Anti-Gingivitis 3.3 Toms of Maine Wicked Fresh 3.1 15. Third Generation Mechanical stimulation Xylitol Example: sugarless gum 16. Rx 1. Pilocarpine (MGI). Side effects include: headache, visual disturbance, lacrimation, sweating, respiratory distress, gastrointestinal spasm nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, atrioventricular block, tachycardia, bradycardia, hypotension, hypertension, shock, mental confusion, cardiac arrhythmia, and tremors 2. Evoxac/Cevimeline (Daiichi) only for SS patients, similar side effects Pharmaceutical stimulation works on neural transmitter receptor 17. Limitation Side effects (Rx) Cannot delay salivary hypofunction progression Cannot protect salivary gland cells from inflammation and oxidative stress Cannot reverse cellular signals 18. IADR/GSK Innovation in Oral Care Award 2011 19. Clinical Trial Team at GRU 20. The Fourth Generation of Products The only product line that developed by dental professionals, went through Phase II clinical trial, using all natural formula, and most effective on the market. 21. New Natural Drugs Against Viral Infections 22. Current Products Treating Herpes Simplex Virus Topical Oral (Rx) Abreva (Docosanol, OTC) Acyclovir Acyclovir ointment (Rx) Valaciclovir Releev (OTC) Famciclovir Penciclovir (Rx) Ineffective, toxic or associated with side effect 23. Drug-induced Resistance 24. Clinical Study Data Testing Natural Formula Inflammation & Allergy Drug Targets, 11:364-8, 2012 Control F2 25. New Products for Cold Sores 26. Future Drug Development Treatment Herpes 1 and 2 HPV HBV HCV Ebola Prevention Herpes 1 and 2 AIDS Ebola Influenza HPV EV 27. Questions? 28. N 29. Kevin Huffman & Chad DeMeyers 30. First, What is an Embedded Control? Think of embedded controls as tiny computers designed to do very specific things there are 3 basic components (motherboard, processor and peripherals) Where can embedded controls be found everywhere Home appliances Washer/Dryer Refrigerator Microwave Oven Stove Dishwasher 31. What is an Embedded Control? Home electronics Televisions Remote controls Bedside alarm/clock radios DVD Players Printers Monitors Computer mouse Vehicles Phones Watches Hobbyists Projects The list goes on and on 32. A Simple Example of an Embedded Control Lets take an alarm/clock radio this device has a tiny computer designed to do specific things Know the current date/time (and maybe time zone) Know what radio frequency is currently tuned Know what button was just pushed Better yet, what buttons were just pushed and in what order Provide feedback to the user Time/Date (visual display) Alarm set (Yes/No) (visual display) Radio station tuned (visual display) Beeper for the alarm (audible feedback) 33. Why E3 Embedded and the PIEP? We live in world of smart phones, smart cars, smart appliances and soon to be smart everything and the demand for smart/connected products is only going to increase Likewise, the demand for electrical/computer engineers will also increase The number of hobbyists increases every year (people interested in robotics or home automation) We think our product can help fill the education gap Easy to use Start with the basics and build up It was designed by an embedded developer to address shortcomings of other systems 34. What is the PIEP? A unique embedded development platform: Processor Independent Easy to use No special tools necessary No soldering necessary It has pluggable and stackable peripherals Rugged Competitive Footprint (4x4 inches) Plays well with Arduino Arduino product dominate the hobbyist market 35. Who will use the PIEP? Engineers to design and prototype their companys products and for low-volume production needs The next great device by GE or Samsung must be prototyped and tested before it goes to production Enthusiasts (Hobbyists) to build their own, home- grown projects Robotics Home automation Educators can teach students programming and interface with hardware at the same time This is exactly what we hope to do right here at The Clubhouse 36. For More Information www.e3embedded.com