We keep Airmen mission-ready.

We leverage machine learning and data science to promote the health, readiness, and performance of US Air Force pilots, and that same technology powers our commercial software.

We keep Airmen mission-ready.

We leverage machine learning and data science to promote the health, readiness, and performance of US Air Force pilots, and that same technology powers our commercial software.

Machine Learning in the Commercial Healthcare Space

For people living with chronic inflammatory disease, understanding the progression of the illness can feel like flying blind. Other than obvious changes in pain, energy, or other symptoms, they often do no know how their body is responding to treatment. The human body is always communicating to us how it is doing through shifts in biometric patterns and spikes in inflammation. But how does a person with chronic inflammatory disease know on a day-to-day basis? By powering our commercial software with the same technology we are building for Airmen and their medical care teams, we help people with chronic inflammatory disease tap into their body’s internal rhythms and point them toward behavioral choices that will have the most impact on improving quality of life.

Machine Learning in the Commercial Healthcare Space

For people living with chronic inflammatory disease, understanding the progression of the illness can feel like flying blind. Other than obvious changes in pain, energy, or other symptoms, they often do no know how their body is responding to treatment. The human body is always communicating to us how it is doing through shifts in biometric patterns and spikes in inflammation. But how does a person with chronic inflammatory disease know on a day-to-day basis? By powering our commercial software with the same technology we are building for Airmen and their medical care teams, we help people with chronic inflammatory disease tap into their body’s internal rhythms and point them toward behavioral choices that will have the most impact on improving quality of life.

Our Mission, Vision, and Values

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to improve the treatment and diagnosis process for difficult-to-manage conditions like autoimmune disease. We develop solutions to capture insights on patients’ health that lead to more precise and effective care.

OUR VISION

We envision a world where underserved patients receive precise care and are restored to engage fully in their lives.

OUR VALUES

Blazing New Trails

That means we are not satisfied with the standard way of doing things. We want to play a part in creating a new world, so we take risks and venture into uncharted territory.

Making Consistent Progress & Celebrating the Journey Along the Way

That means we care about making sure the efforts we put toward achieving our goals are sustainable, and we care about taking the time to appreciate small victories.

Benefitting Others

We are committed to being responsible stewards and serving our employees, customers, investors, partners, and communities. We are passionate about generating a net positive effect in healthcare by improving patients’ quality of life and reducing the economic burden of care.

Our Mission, Vision, and Values

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to improve the treatment and diagnosis process for difficult-to-manage conditions like autoimmune disease. We develop solutions to capture insights on patients’ health that lead to more precise and effective care.

OUR VISION

We envision a world where underserved patients receive precise care and are restored to engage fully in their lives.

OUR VALUES

Blazing New Trails

That means we are not satisfied with the standard way of doing things. We want to play a part in creating a new world, so we take risks and venture into uncharted territory.

Making Consistent Progress & Celebrating the Journey Along the Way

That means we care about making sure the efforts we put toward achieving our goals are sustainable, and we care about taking the time to appreciate small victories.

Benefitting Others

We are committed to being responsible stewards and serving our employees, customers, investors, partners, and communities. We are passionate about generating a net positive effect in healthcare by improving patients’ quality of life and reducing the economic burden of care.

Our Partners

NSIN
The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) is a network that adapts to the emerging needs of those who serve in the defense of our national security. NSIN is dedicated to the work of bringing together defense, academic, and entrepreneurial innovators to solve national security problems in new ways. Adyptation participated in the NSIN-funded FedTech Startup Studio in the spring of 2018 in Washington D.C.
Visit NSIN
AFRL
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) conducts research and development for the Air Force to give the military new capabilities and to give the Air Force an advantage in war. AFRL is located in multiple bases across the country. Its primary headquarters are at the Wright-Patterson Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio. It is responsible for approximately $4B in federal funding. AFRL consists of multiple directorates that focus on a group of core capabilities, including human performance. Ryan Jankord was the recipient of an Entrepreneurial Opportunities Program (EOP) award that provided him a year sabbatical to explore potential applications of AFRL human performance technology in commercial settings. As a result, Ryan formed Adyptation and stepped back from his work with the Air Force to build the company.
Visit AFRL
711th Human Performance Wing
The 711th Human Performance Wing is a unique combination of the Airman Systems Directorate and the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). It leverages a powerful combination of ideas, resources, and technologies to lead the world in the study and advancement of human performance. The 711th Human Performance Wing is located at the Wright-Patterson Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio. Ryan Jankord was a civilian scientist in the 711th Wing from 2010 – 2018. Ryan led a team of researchers to explore how the brain, biology, and genetics impact the ability of the human body to achieve peak performance. Richard Chapleau, PhD, is a scientist with the personalized medicine program for the USAFSAM. He is an important collaborator overseeing progress on our SBIR Phase II award.
Visit 711th Human Performance Wing
OCEAN
OCEAN equips entrepreneurs with tools and resources to build and grow businesses with a particular focus on foundational components like character and purpose. Ryan Jankord participated in the OCEAN small business training program in spring of 2018. Any business owner can sign up with and receive general support from OCEAN. Any business owner can sign up for and get general support to get started. However, companies must apply to participate in OCEAN's renown accelerator program. Adyptation was accepted to the accelerator program in the spring of 2019. Adyptation was one of the seven companies that OCEAN selected from approximately 200 applications. Adyptation was the only company that OCEAN selected from Ohio, and about half of the companies that OCEAN selected are international. OCEAN Capital provided $50K of capital, the first private investment money that Adyptation received.
Visit OCEAN
Main Street Ventures
Main Street Ventures (MSV) is an Ohio Entrepreneurial Services Provider (ESP) that supports the emerging businesses that show potential to create jobs and opportunities in the Cincinnati region. MSV awarded Adyptation $30K in December 2019 to support product development.
Vist Main Street Ventures
Previous
Next

Our Partners

NSIN logo

NSIN

The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) is a network that adapts to the emerging needs of those who serve in the defense of our national security. NSIN is dedicated to the work of bringing together defense, academic, and entrepreneurial innovators to solve national security problems in new ways. Adyptation participated in the NSIN-funded FedTech Startup Studio in the spring of 2018 in Washington D.C.

Air Force Research Laboratory logo design in blue, silver, and yellow.

AFRL

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) conducts research and development for the Air Force to give the military new capabilities and to give the Air Force an advantage in war. AFRL is located in multiple bases across the country. Its primary headquarters are at the Wright-Patterson Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio. It is responsible for approximately $4B in federal funding. AFRL consists of multiple directorates that focus on a group of core capabilities, including human performance. Ryan Jankord was the recipient of an Entrepreneurial Opportunities Program (EOP) award that provided him a year sabbatical to explore potential applications of AFRL human performance technology in commercial settings. As a result, Ryan formed Adyptation and stepped back from his work with the Air Force to build the company.

711th-Human Performance Wing logo

711th Human Preformance Wing

The 711th Human Performance Wing is a unique combination of the Airman Systems Directorate and the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). It leverages a powerful combination of ideas, resources, and technologies to lead the world in the study and advancement of human performance. The 711th Human Performance Wing is located at the Wright-Patterson Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio. Ryan Jankord was a civilian scientist in the 711th Wing from 2010 – 2018. Ryan led a team of researchers to explore how the brain, biology, and genetics impact the ability of the human body to achieve peak performance. Richard Chapleau, PhD, is a scientist with the personalized medicine program for the USAFSAM. He is an important collaborator overseeing progress on our SBIR Phase II award.

Ocean Logo design with navy blue circle.

OCEAN

OCEAN equips entrepreneurs with tools and resources to build and grow businesses with a particular focus on foundational components like character and purpose. Ryan Jankord participated in the OCEAN small business training program in spring of 2018. Any business owner can sign up with and receive general support from OCEAN. Any business owner can sign up for and get general support to get started. However, companies must apply to participate in OCEAN’s renown accelerator program. Adyptation was accepted to the accelerator program in the spring of 2019. Adyptation was one of the seven companies that OCEAN selected from approximately 200 applications. Adyptation was the only company that OCEAN selected from Ohio, and about half of the companies that OCEAN selected are international. OCEAN Capital provided $50K of capital, the first private investment money that Adyptation received.

Main St Ventures logo design in red, blue, and white.

Main Street Ventures

Main Street Ventures (MSV) is an Ohio Entrepreneurial Services Provider (ESP) that supports the emerging businesses that show potential to create jobs and opportunities in the Cincinnati region. MSV awarded Adyptation $30K in December 2019 to support product development.

Air Force Origins

Our CEO and founder, Ryan Jankord, launched Adyptation in 2017, but before that, he was working at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), which is based out of the Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. As a physiologist and later the director of Neurobiology of Cognitive Performance, Ryan oversaw research with the Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing to investigate the ways in which stress and other environmental factors influence the ability of the human body to perform at a high operational tempo. Naturally, the US Air Force has a vested interest in this sort of research: Findings can inform how the military can better train and treat its Airmen so that pilots can maintain peak performance levels and therefore mission readiness. 

Air Force Origins

Our CEO and founder, Ryan Jankord, launched Adyptation in 2017, but before that, he was working at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), which is based out of the Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. As a physiologist and later the director of Neurobiology of Cognitive Performance, Ryan oversaw research with the Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing to investigate the ways in which stress and other environmental factors influence the ability of the human body to perform at a high operational tempo. Naturally, the US Air Force has a vested interest in this sort of research: Findings can inform how the military can better train and treat its Airmen so that pilots can maintain peak performance levels and therefore mission readiness. 

Current Military Efforts

Adyptation’s work to help the US Air Force leverage emerging technology is only just beginning. Through Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) contracts, Adyptation is developing a prototype for the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). Through our product development, we capture data from Airmen via wearable sensors, analyze the data, and display it in an intuitive dashboard for USAFSAM’s physicians. When data monitoring is combined with sophisticated data analysis and displayed in our dashboard, physicians can make better, more informed decisions regarding how to treat their Airmen patients.

Current Military Efforts

Adyptation’s work to help the US Air Force leverage emerging technology is only just beginning. Through Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) contracts, Adyptation is developing a prototype for the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). Through our product development, we capture data from Airmen via wearable sensors, analyze the data, and display it in an intuitive dashboard for USAFSAM’s physicians. When data monitoring is combined with sophisticated data analysis and displayed in our dashboard, physicians can make better, more informed decisions regarding how to treat their Airmen patients.