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About Adapx

Adapx is a natural interface software company which aims to help teams improve collaboration, field data collection and decision making with the Capturx line of software products. Capturx allows designs, maps and forms to be printed on ordinary paper and marked up with a digital pen, which digitizes the handwriting and integrates the data directly into Microsoft Office and leading GIS and CAD systems. Teams can collect and share information more quickly and accurately, and reach better decisions, without consuming valuable time and resources to collect and process data.

Headquarters Location

2200 Alaskan Way Suite 130

Seattle, Washington, 98121,

United States


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Adapx Patents

Adapx has filed 7 patents.

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Database management systems, Computing input devices, Data management, Databases, Computer peripherals


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Latest Adapx News

Sketch-Thru-Plan: A Multimodal Interface for Command and Control

Apr 28, 2015

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Apr 27, 2015) - The April 2015 edition of the Communications of the ACM ( CACM ) features a cover article on Adapx's® Sketch-Thru-Plan multimodal plan capture system and accompanying video. CACM is the masthead magazine of this premier computing organization, representing over 100,000 computing professionals worldwide. Ken Schneider, CEO of Adapx, commented how "proud he is of the effort [his] team has made developing a complex system for capturing natural user inputs like speech and sketch together, so that members of the military at all levels can be extremely proficient and efficient digital technology users. " Former Adapx Board Member and Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, Gen. Peter Chiarelli was quick to add, "The unique way Adapx designs software to quickly and efficiently capture information and communicate it to others is exemplified in this article! Sketch-thru-Plan (STP) isn't like any other command and control tool in the DOD's arsenal. Instead, operators, intelligence professionals and combat support planners can employ the natural multi-modal language of the joint force, accurately sketching and communicating full scenarios and plan changes. STP captures these spoken, written and sketched statements easily, transforming them automatically into operational tasks and control measures. It obviates the need to learn new software interfaces for evolving apps for command and control, ISR activities and combat support operations. " The article, submitted by current and former employees, describes the state of the art advances that Adapx engineers have made in human-computer interfaces in support of planners and, in part, despite its obvious benefit, the challenges Adapx has faced in transitioning the technology funded by the Defense Department into one or more of its branches.

Sep 17, 2013

Adapx Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Adapx founded?

    Adapx was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Adapx's headquarters?

    Adapx's headquarters is located at 2200 Alaskan Way, Seattle.

  • What is Adapx's latest funding round?

    Adapx's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did Adapx raise?

    Adapx raised a total of $36.47M.

  • Who are the investors of Adapx?

    Investors of Adapx include Paladin Capital Group, OVP Venture Partners, Pelion Venture Partners, Northwest Technology Ventures, In-Q-Tel and 3 more.

  • Who are Adapx's competitors?

    Competitors of Adapx include LiveScribe.

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Livescribe develops a low-cost mobile computing platform that enhances productivity, learning, communication and self-expression for anyone that uses pen and paper. Livescribe brings notes, words and ideas to life. Livescribe smartpens make it easy to connect paper and pen to the digital world and fundamentally change the way people capture, access and share what they write, draw and hear. The company's family of smartpens includes the Echo smartpen and the Livescribe 3 smartpen.

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