IQT Coronavirus Support Efforts
Numerous In-Q-Tel portfolio companies mobilized to develop and augment their technologies to support COVID-19 efforts in areas such as data analytics, visualization, personal protective equipment, sample testing, and more.
Claremont Biosolutions is providing instruments and reagents to developers of both antibody and molecular diagnostics, as well as novel protective equipment to protect health care workers in the COVID-19 clinical setting.
DataRobot is providing its enterprise AI platform free of charge for groups using it in COVID-19 response efforts, including organizations participating in the Kaggle competition sponsored the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Kaggle competition.
OmniSci delivers data visualization using the publicly available country-by-country data of confirmed cases and a second effort aimed at contract tracing that queries and renders mobile phone data for contact.
Orbital Insight gleans pattern of life and economic impact data from satellite imagery and is providing its analytics at no cost to state governments and municipalities to arm decisionmakers with actionable information to help their citizens.
Outlier ingested JHU-CSSE data to identify trends in disease transmission, which could be used to establish patterns of life and to infer future trends, such as the next surge in patients.
Plotly’s Dash is the de facto open-source dashboards library for Python. Since the start of COVID-19, there has been an influx of Dash apps published globally that are intended to help hospitals, governments, and the public respond to the outbreak. Please see the web link for a sample of some of these COVID-19 Dash apps.
Using ML and NLP, the COVID-19 Primer enables users to quickly understand the scientific progress in the fight against COVID-19 by summarizing research trends along with news coverage and social media discussion on scientific research about the COVID-19 pandemic and the SARS-CoV-2 virus.