Aduro Biotech (Aduro), a Triton launched company formed in 2010, stays at the forefront of discovery, development and commercialization of immunotherapies, alone or in combination; that make transformative advances in the treatment of challenging diseases.
FRX Polymers, Inc.
FRX Polymers, Inc., a (formed by Triton in 2007) manufactures Nofia® polyphosphonates - fire resistant plastics. Nofia products are fully transparent, high flowing and, due to their high phosphorus content, are inherently flame retardant.
Fluence specializes in developing energy-efficient wastewater treatment solutions. The company’s innovative Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology is installed at sites around the world.
Sensera is an integrated, fast turnaround client-specific designer and manufacturer of specialized high performance microsensors and micro-fabricated components for the Healthcare, Industrial, Defense and Aerospace markets.
Featured Incubated Products
A Plug and Play ‘Sensitivity Amplifier’ that enables chemical sensors for threat and contraband detection.
MEMS Sensors & Manufacturing
Sensera designs, engineers and manufactures MEMS-based sensors and other devices for industrial, medical and defense applications.
(Fiber Reinforced Aluminum)
Triton FRA Composites is a fiber reinforced aluminum composite that offers light weight and high strength alternatives to heavy steel for bearing applications.
Triton Systems Company Video
Triton video showcasing it's accomplishments, technologists and the vision of the company for the next generation of innovation. To view: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOETFI7EJ3k
Triton and Triton Systems Expands its Capabilities with New Location
March 4 2021: Triton Systems Inc., announced it has moved its facilities and headquarters to a new location to accommodate its growth, expand on its capabilities and offer improved amenities to its employees.
Triton Systems Secures Additional Funding for Offshore Wind Energy Anchoring System
March 23, 2021: Triton Systems Inc., (Triton), a technology incubator and developer of breakthrough products, today announced it has received funding to continue its endeavors in offshore wind energy anchoring systems. The funding is provided by the National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium (Consortium) and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC). The additional investments totaling $1.3 million are preceded by an original research grant received by the company from the Department of Energy for $1.1 million, to develop the technology.
Triton Research Leads to Published Article in Military Medicine
January 2021: New article by Dr. Baris Unal of Triton Systems, focuses on the development of microfluidic devices