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Innovation, Inspiration, Permutation, Maturation, Variation, and Modernization
Create prototypes that prove there is a solution, it can be built, and it can be sold at the right price for the right market.
Research, develop, and capture intellectual property that allows the patentee to take the product to market through partnerships or entrepreneurial efforts.
Product / Service #1 Whatever your company is most known for should go right here, whether that’s bratwurst or baseball caps or vampire bat removal. Product / Service #2 What’s …
Licensing a new innovation is a matter of finding the right Licensee and tipping the Make/Buy decision toward Buy. We are often asked to open doors and drive those conversations.
Go ahead. Say it can't be done.
We DARE you!
Just doing the numbers...
Don't Expect Normal
CERTAINLY we all agree that using quantum computing to instantaneously evaluate all possible outcomes in a seemingly singular clock-tick is utterly fascinating. The ability to take a bucket of Qbits, …
I love all the articles by analysts talking about how Tesla stock is soaring, how their market cap is larger the Ford and GM, yada yada yada….. The problem is …
It occurred to me at one point this is probably as close to feeling like a Martian that I will get. I’m OK with that….
We don’t just create stunning solutions.
We mature them into offerings that the market craves.
Expertise and Experience
We don’t just innovate, we curate, we maturate….the difference is astounding!
The magic is in the way we approach problems, and also in our ability
Cambridge R&D combines outrageous engineering, scientific, and business expertise with decades of experience into a process that creates strategic solutions that create new niches and fill market voids.
Markets like Cybersecurity, Haptics, Surgical Instrumentation, Robotics, Medical Devices, Ammunition, Consumer Products, Fire Safety, Transportation, Carbon Sequestration and many more…
If the problem ignites a passion, then the real fun begins! By “fun” we mean vetting ever aspect of the problem/solution space.
- Is there a need and a market?
- Is there a solution that fits the 80% customer?
- What is the least complex solution?
- Can it be manufactured safely?
- What regulatory hurdles must be overcome?
- Is there freedom to operate?
- What is the path to market?