BEET Wins Microloan To Advance Failure Prevention Technology

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The Macomb-OU INCubator at Velocity Center in Sterling Heights.

The Macomb-OU INCubator at Velocity Center in Sterling Heights.

STERLING HEIGHTS — With the aid of the Macomb-OU INCubator, BEET, LLC has received a $250,000 Michigan Pre-Seed Microloan from the Michigan Economic Development Corp.

BEET has patented technology on a software product suite branded as the Envision Automation Intelligence System. EAI is based on patented BEET (Binary Electro-mechanical EKG Technology) automation “Heartbeat” technology, which can obtain feedback on machine and assembly operation cycles more efficiently than current technology. Data collection and analytics technology through EAI form a system failure prevention technology, not a failure verification tool, as are diagnostic solutions that exist today.

BEET, LLC will use the microloan funding to launch this new product line, the Envision System Scope, assisting with both product development and commercialization.

Mike Brennan, business commercialization and capital investment advisor for the Macomb-OU INCubator, saw promise in BEET, LLC from the day he first met the company’s leaders. “They have passion, commitment, a unique product and profound understanding of the market,” he said. “Securing pre-seed funds, after helping the company to win the GLEQ competition, was gratifying. We’re pleased to help and look forward to next steps with the company.”

The Michigan Pre-Seed Capital Fund Microloan Program was formed for Michigan’s SmartZones to support high-tech, high-growth startup companies as they near viability. The focus is on technologies in advanced automotive, manufacturing and materials; alternative energy; homeland security and defense; and life sciences.

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