The University of Utah's Lassonde center has selected the SPAN lab's radio tomographic imaging (RTI) technology for the 2009-2010 business development program. Each year, the Lassonde center chooses a few university-owned technologies that show promise of successful commercialization. Lassonde students studying business, law, and engineering form teams that research the commercial viability of the technologies, then prepare business plans.
Troy D'Ambrosio (director of the Lassonde program), Matt Dee, Deven Dustin, Vatsala Kaul, and Joey Wilson (from the SPAN lab) will make up the team. For more information about the Lassonde entrepreneur center, see their website at www.lassonde.utah.edu.