CardioScale Ltd. won first place and $100,000 prize with a device that will provide an early detection of hemodynamic deterioration after injury.

Its embedded proprietary medical monitoring algorithm in a portable device enables dramatic improvements in triaging, monitoring, and therefore survival rates of victims of terrorist attacks and other mass-casualty events.

Combat Terrorism Technology Startup Challenge  (CTTSC3) is a unique contest to identify startups with technologies that can help defeat terrorism.

CTTSC3 was organized by the US Department of Defense, Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office, together with the Israel Ministry of Defense, Directorate of Defense Research and Development and the MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel. 130 start-ups competed and the winner was decided by a team of 55 judges.