Targetscope moves on to Phase II at xTechSearch 3.0

Published On December 14, 2020

A client of the Delaware Small Business Development Center, Targetscope aims to continuously revolutionize the target shooting experience through modern embedded smart-camera technology, starting with the X-Shot system. They are focused on helping retail partners expand their range appeal and revenues with interactive games, safety training, and skill-building programs that cater to shooters of all experience levels.

Recently, Targetscope was selected to move on to Phase II of xTechSearch 3.0, the third cohort launched by the US Army. This expeditionary technology search competition serves as a catalyst to engage with the non-defense traditional small business sector, to drive American innovation for Army challenges and spur economic growth.

The xTechSearch program will provide resourcing to select small businesses to demonstrate proof of concept for their technologies pertaining to Army challenges. The program will also integrate these small businesses into the Army’s S&T ecosystem by providing research opportunities with Army labs, including access to the Army’s organic intellectual and technical capital. xTechSearch is an opportunity for businesses to pitch novel technology solutions – a new application for an existing technology or a new technology concept entirely – to the Army. The Army will provide non-dilutive seed prizes for the small businesses to demonstrate proof of concept in an Army-relevant challenge area.


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