Widetronix’s mission is to enable autonomous sensors for the wireless world. The company is commercializing ultra low power sensors with betavoltaic micro-power sources, which have an energy density up to 5 µW/cm2. This technology is based on licensed patents from Cornell University, as well as Widetronix patents and patents pending. Known applications include critical system protection for defense ($200M), secure IT and networking ($840M), industrial sensors ($500M), and medical implants ($1B), where drivers are long-life, stability in harsh environments, and small size, respectively. Widetronix operates its own electronics packaging facility, as well as in the Cornell Nanofabrication Facility, both in Ithaca, New York. The company is venture, grant, and customer funded and is seeking to fill out $500K of a $1M bridge financing to lead to a $5M Series A in 2014. This will enable the company to transition into production and sales in 2014.