Dallas, TX — Adyton was selected as a pitch day finalist by The U.S. Air Force Labs with MassChallenge in an ongoing initiative to support innovative technologies and startups working on cutting-edge technologies that create meaningful change and solve complex national security challenges.
Adyton is a veteran-owned Public Benefit Corporation focused on delivering secure mobile solutions through advanced software engineering, opening up a world where operator adaptability is matched by the adaptability of their software stack. Adyton’s mobile-first approach makes it fast, simple and secure to manage distributed personnel from any desktop or mobile device.
Adyton is committed to ushering in a new era of technologically-enabled mobile decision-making for the military. As the demands of 21st-century readiness and warfare broaden and intensify, outdated systems are not just an inconvenience; they are an operational underbelly. Adyton’s pitch met the moment with streamlined accountability and communications that move as quickly as people do.
“With the MassChallenge partnership, Air Force Labs is doing really important work,” said Adyton co-founder and President J.J. Wilson. “Their startup-centered approach to accelerating defense innovation helps ensure that Adyton and other companies like us have the problem access necessary to deliver real solutions that make real jobs safer, more efficient and more effective for real service members.”
MassChallenge is a global network of zero-equity startup accelerators. Headquartered in the United States with locations in Boston, Israel, Mexico, Rhode Island, Switzerland and Texas, MassChallenge is committed to strengthening the global innovation ecosystem by supporting high-potential startups across all industries, from anywhere in the world.
To date, more than 2,400 MassChallenge alumni have raised more than $6.2 B in funding, generated more than $3B in revenue and created more than 157,000 total jobs.
Laura Steiner, Chief of Staff