IMPOSSIBLE SENSING IN CDL SPACE
Updated: Dec 9, 2020
We are proud to announce Impossible Sensing’s acceptance into the Creative Destruction Lab Space venture program. The CDL Space Stream brings together highly-accomplished astronauts, entrepreneurs, investors, and scientists worldwide to help science-based companies pursue commercial opportunities through advanced technologies and research.
Impossible Sensing Founder & CEO, Dr. Pablo Sobron, and Senior Research Scientist, Dr. Evan Eshelman, are presenting how our disruptive laser sensing technologies – developed originally for NASA’s solar system exploration programs – apply to current industry applications.
Through CDL Space, we’re engaging with new mentors, partners, and customers to accelerate Impossible Sensing’s growth as a leader in commercial sensing technologies for remote Earth observation.
We’re working hard to showcase and develop the commercial applications of our innovative sensing technologies with CDL for the second time this year. Our incredible team is also a graduate of 2019/2020 CDL Energy, where we partnered with a world-leading geo-data firm in Calgary, Canada.
Read more about how the firm is using our sensors and our CDL Energy experience here. More about Creative Destruction Lab: Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) is a nonprofit organization that delivers an objectives-based program for massively scalable, seed-stage, science- and technology-based companies. Its nine-month program allows founders to learn from experienced entrepreneurs, increasing their likelihood of success.
Founded in 2012 by Professor Ajay Agrawal at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, the program has expanded to nine sites across four countries: Oxford (Saïd Business School, University of Oxford), Paris (HEC Paris), Atlanta (Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology), Madison (Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison), Vancouver (Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia), Montreal (HEC Montréal), Calgary (Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary), and Halifax (Rowe School of Business, Dalhousie University).
Since its inception, companies that have participated in the CDL program have created more than $7.5 billion (CAD) in equity value.