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May 2019

Jordan R&D will soon be providing unmanned aerial systems (UAS)/drone services. Jordan R&D will provide an FAA (part 107) certified, licensed remote pilot for aerial services in the United States. This helps businesses minimize the upfront capital expenses and operational risks associated with establishing their own drone programs. We will begin offering mapping, 3D modeling, photography, and videography solutions for businesses in the real estate, construction, and social media industries. Drones provide a vast range of applications and yield quick, high-quality data that can give a business an edge over its competitors. The use of drones can help your business significantly improve its visibility on popular social media sites, as well as, print and video marketing streams.

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Jordan R&D currently operates a 3D Robotics Solo and a DJI Mavic Pro 2.

February 21, 2019

Jordan R&D CEO, innovator, and entrepreneur featured in St. Mary's County Times magazine! The full article can be read on page 5 of the St. Mary's County Times magazine! Click the image below to see the full article!

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February 14, 2019 11:00 a.m.

 

St Mary’s County Innovator and Entrepreneur Recognized in Nation’s Capitol

”From Accident to Innovation”

 

Leonardtown, MD - Inventor and St. Mary's County resident, Brian Jordan of Jordan Research and Development, was one of the 11 innovators from across the nation recognized on Capitol Hill on February 12 at the 2019 Legislative Client Showcase and Reception.

 

America’s Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) leaders, advisors, clients, and stakeholders gathered for the event. The America’s SBDC Network selected 11 entrepreneurs to present their business concepts before members of Congress and the Senate. Legislators and staff were invited to hear the entrepreneur's stories and learn about the importance of small business development.

 

Jordan developed the DigiTouch prosthetic finger following an unfortunate accident involving a saw in his machine shop. The saw severed the tips of his thumb, middle and index fingers. Doctors were able to repair his middle finger, but the tips of his thumb and index finger were not salvageable. During his recovery in occupational therapy, he inquired about a functional prosthetic and was told there was no such thing. "As an inventor, I knew the answer wasn't good enough," said Jordan. Using the skills acquired while an aviator and engineer in the U.S. Navy, Jordan created an innovative prosthetic design and has also developed other creative inventions offering practical solutions.

 

Jordan enlisted the help of the St Mary’s County SBDC office. “SBDC has played a key role in the development and success of our company. In particular, Wynne Briscoe has provided much guidance in the form of conducting research, keeping us up to date on the latest meetings, connecting us with the right people related to our company and coaching us for pitches and presentations. I would encourage every small business to make contact with SBDC,” said Jordan.

 

“We are proud that Jordan Research and Development call St. Mary’s County home,” said Chris Kaselemis, St Mary’s County Economic Development Director. “The Jordans are part of the growing entrepreneurial ecosystem and have leveraged the Southern Maryland Innovation & Technology (SMIT) meetup, Crab Pot Pitch Competition and small business resources like the SBDC and the Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) currently available in St. Mary’s County and across Southern Maryland.”

 

To learn more about the SBDC Client Showcase go to https://americassbdc.org/building-an-innovation-based-busi…/

(Photo: St. Mary's County SBDC Consultant Wynne Briscoe (left) is shown with Brian Jordan and his wife Donna at the February 12 reception on Capital Hill)

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Military veteran, inventor and digital amputee, Brian Jordan has innovated solutions to problems throughout his life. As an self starter entrepreneur, he sees no limit in what futurists can accomplish in the local area when they follow their dreams. Mr. Brian Jordan, a Navy veteran, has pursued his passion to invent and create as the founder of his own engineering firm. In his quest for a personal solution over the medical diagnosis of limited hand functionality, Jordan created his own prosthetic finger while establishing a non-profit organization, Robiotech Corporation, to raise awareness for digital amputees and provide working solutions for those in need of similar solutions. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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