Company Profile

Accel Brands Inc (AKA: AccelPath Inc~Genex~Technest Holdings Inc )
Profile last edited on: 10/4/2023      CAGE: 4BQJ3      UEI: QPK3V57HSNG7

Business Identifier: 3D Imaging, 3D facial recognition, and intelligent surveillance
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Location Information

850 Third Avenues Suite 16c
New York, NY 10022
   (212) 994-9875
Location: Multiple
Congr. District: 12
County: New York

Public Profile

In May 2012, Technest Holdings, Inc. (OTBB:TCHE) merged with its own wholly-owned subsiduary AccelPath. Technest changed its name to AccelPath, re-incorporated in Delaware and began to trade under the sysmbol ACLP (OTCBB:ALCP) .. With what is now an entirely differentbsuienss focus, through its subsidiaries, Accel Brands, Inc., tdevelops and provides pathology diagnostics solutions. It operates through two segments, Medical Diagnostics and Government Contracting. The company is also involved in the design, research and development, integration, sale, and support of three-dimensional (3D) imaging devices and systems primarily in the healthcare industries, as well as intelligent surveillance devices and systems, and 3D facial recognition in the security industries. It offers technology solutions that deliver information for diagnosis of diseases and other pathologic conditions, as well as for the anatomic pathology market. The company?s primary products for defense and security include 3D SketchArtist, a 3D composite sketch tool to transform ordinary sketches; 3D FaceCam, which is used to create 3D face images at light speed; Portable MVR, a video recording device for use in outdoor environments; and OmniEye Wellcam, an ultra-light camera for use in detection of underground weapon caches, and search and rescue beneath building rubble field applications, as well as small tactical ubiquitous detection systems, which are motion-tracking, positioning, and imaging unattended ground sensors that permit long-range surveillance. In addition, it offers 3D digitizer systems, a medical device to provide 3D imaging solutions.

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Less than .5M
VC funded?
Publicly Traded
Stock Info
IP Holdings

Awards Distribution by Agency

Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount
2011 2 NIH $895,964
Project Title: Intestinal Canal Reconstruction from Video Capsule Image
2009 2 NIH $2,373,957
Project Title: Handheld 3-D Camera for Wound Healing Monitoring
2009 1 NIH $156,066
Project Title: Real-Tme High-Resolution 3d Tumor Motion Tracking System For Adaptive Moving Aper
2009 2 AF $882,300
Project Title: Agile Optics and Optical Systems for Autonomous Aerial Surveillance Cameras
2008 2 Navy $699,997
Project Title: Real-Time Omni-Directional Hyperspectral Imager

Key People / Management

  Janon Costley -- President & CEO

  Gino M Pereira -- Former Chief Executive Officer

  Shekhar Wadekar -- Chief Executive Officer

  David Tunnell -- Vice President and Director 3D-ID

  Robert Weinstein -- Business Development

  James Wen