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We provide add-on software and hardware to transform smart phones into enhanced industrial, medical, or leisure tools.

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  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Ithaca, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded November 2011
  • Website

Company Summary


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    Richard Rimiho Panzer

    Ricky is a junior in Computer Science at Cornell University. SPLAT is his 2nd legitimate entrepreneurial venture. His first was, a website that crowd-sourced feedback for companies about their websites or new product launches online. He co-founded and directed a nonprofit, aiding children in Zambia. In addition, he worked as a software intern for a hedge fund, Highbridge Capital LLC. Entrepreneurism is an integral part of his life.

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    Alessandeo A.E. Anzani

    M.S. in economics, master of real estate, graduating in May as an accelerated MBA at Cornell. Started three profitable companies and sold shares to institutional investors. Worked at six startups covering the position of sales manager and director. Owns a consulting company for corporate development. Four years as investment manager in private equity, Head of the Eastern Europe Department, led fundraising and investments for >$2B.

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    Ben Shuyi Chen
    VP Software

    Ben is a third year Computer Engineering Major and Business Minor at Lehigh University. Ben has been developing avidly with Android platform, ranging from federal weather monitoring applications at the Anlian Corporation to a 2D physics-based game. In addition, Ben has been working at a local biotechnology startup called BioSample Solutions reverse engineering a .NET C# Windows application designed to manipulate an automated pipetting robot.

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    David Hutchison
    Board Member / Advisor

    David is a 4th year PhD Candidate in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering at Cornell University. He invented and patented a new class on nanocomposites. He licensed two of the patents to US Synthetic. Recently, David invented and patented a new way to measure acceleration on a tiny scale and is working with Intel to develop this technology. While attending a summer program at NASA, he co-founded a company called Made In Space, Inc.