First 2 Firms Gain Membership in Tech Village

Published Monday, April 15, 2019
by Al Campbell

ERMA – The first two firms that will share the business incubator space at the Cape May County Airport are Cellular Tracking Technologies and D-Tech.

Freeholders passed a resolution April 9 granting both memberships to use the yet-to-be-built facility.

As stated in the resolution, the county is working to "encourage economic development in all aspects of county life...encouraging the evolution of emerging businesses, industries, and technologies in order to provide sustainable, year-round and well-compensated job opportunities to the citizens of Cape May County."

According to its website, Cellular Tracking Technologies supplies "radio tracking wildlife telemetry tools for scientific wildlife research and management." Its gear is used in many ways to follow the movement of winged and crawling animals.
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