Atmo Biosciences awarded Victorian Government Technology Adoption and Innovation Program grant to support software development
Atmo Biosciences has been awarded a Victorian Government Technology Adoption and Innovation Program (TAIP) grant to support the software development for the Atmo Gas Capsule.
The TAIP supports Victorian small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) to adopt or develop innovative, new and commercial technology.
Atmo was awarded the full $50,000 grant amount, which will go towards hiring a Principal Software Engineer to lead the development of our software infrastructure and tools.
Atmo Biosciences CEO Mal Hebblewhite said software was critical to successfully commercializing the Atmo gas-sensing capsule.
“Delivery of this project, with the support of TAIP, will see Atmo deliver software to meet the regulatory requirements for our medical device under IEC62304, which is important in obtaining the regulatory approvals required for market entry,” Mal said.
“Atmo would like to thank the Victorian Government for offering programs such as the TAIP, which provide valuable support for early stage medical device companies like Atmo and improve and accelerate our ability to commercialise innovative, locally developed technology.”
Applications are open for the position of Atmo Principal Software Engineer. Apply online.