Forest Devices is a PTC Tech 50 Start-Up of the Year Finalist

PICTURED ABOVE: Stephen Norcup (left) and Carmelo R. Montalvo (right) attending the Pittsburgh Technology Council's Tech 50 Awards reception.

Forest Devices is a PTC Tech 50 Start-Up of the Year Finalist

"Each year, the Pittsburgh Technology Council and its member companies celebrate the most successful and innovative companies in Southwestern Pennsylvania." -

PITTSBURGH - (October 16, 2017) This year, Forest Devices, Inc. was named a "Start-Up of the Year" finalist for the PTC Tech 50, alongside Angler Labs, Ariel Precision Medicine, ForAll Secure, PECA Labs, Skycision, and Small Change.

Although the winning nod ultimately went to Skycision, we here at Forest Devices appreciate the opportunity and awareness brought by being a finalist at Pittsburgh Technology Council's Tech 50.  Congratulations to Skycision as well as all other finalists.

You can read more about the PTC Tech 50 as well as finalists for all other categories here.


Forest Devices is a Pittsburgh-based medical device startup company that is developing AlphaStroke. Acting like an EKG for the brain, AlphaStroke will help pre-hospital providers determine if their patients are having a stroke. Stroke is the most debilitating disease in the world, and the mission of Forest Devices is to reduce that disability by getting stroke patients to the treatment they need faster.


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