R.I. companies receive Innovation Voucher grants

PICTURED IS SIREN Marine CEO Daniel A. Harper. The company this week was among five Rhode Island firms to receive Innovation Vouchers from R.I. Commerce Corp. Siren Marine will work with the New England Institute of Technology to develop a wireless transceiver and sensors for the Siren Marine Internet of Things cellular gateway. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
PICTURED IS SIREN Marine CEO Daniel A. Harper. The company this week was among five Rhode Island firms to receive Innovation Vouchers from R.I. Commerce Corp. Siren Marine will work with the New England Institute of Technology to develop a wireless transceiver and sensors for the Siren Marine Internet of Things cellular gateway. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
PROVIDENCE – Five Rhode Island companies have received Innovation Voucher grants from R.I. Commerce Corp., allowing them to partner with research and development centers at universities, medical centers or research facilities. The companies, which have fewer than 500 employees, were among 31 applicants for the latest round of Innovation Voucher funds. The incentive is designed…

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