Ed Sheehan: CTC Eyes Market Opportunities, Investors for ‘Polyform’ Architecture Tech

Ed Sheehan: CTC Eyes Market Opportunities, Investors for ‘Polyform’ Architecture Tech
Ed Sheehan President and CEO CTC

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 4, 2021 — Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., said the company is exploring commercialization opportunities and seeking investors to bring the Polyform composable architecture technology to different sectors, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 22.

CTC said Dec. 18 that Polyform is designed to transform the physical shape of space through a grid of movable columns. Research and development work on the platform took place at the company's Johnstown, Pennsylvania, facility.

Sheehan noted that public sector agencies, global corporations and sports and entertainment businesses are among the potential markets where the new technology can be applied.

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