State Representative Anne Gonzales (R-Westerville) has announced that the State Controlling Board has approved the release of funding for several medical or technology projects within the city of Westerville.

According to Office of Budget and Management documents, PercuVision LLC will receive $1 million in Third Frontier funds to commercialize its DirectVision line, which broadens the functionality of catheter placement in patients. The goal of this project is to further commercialize PercuVision’s Generation 1 DirectVision product by simplifying the technology and reducing costs to accelerate the adoption of new methods.

PolymerOhio, Inc. is also receiving state assistance to provide Edison Technology and Industry Center services in the advanced materials cluster in Ohio.

“These projects will enhance the high-tech sector of Ohio’s economy and bolster Westerville’s job market,” said Representative Gonzales.


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