The Arizona Technology Council’s June 2020 MedTech Roundtable event featured a distinguished panel of experts from AdviNOW Medical, Mediato Technologies and Observe.AI who shared their insight and expertise on how artificial intelligence, one of the world’s highest-growth industries, is revolutionizing modern medicine and patient care. Moderated by Ellen Owens-Karcsay, principal and founder of Karcsay Consulting Group and the MedTech Committee chair, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
FreeFall Aerospace joins forces with ED2 Corporation to form FreeFall 5G, Digital Air Strike launches a text messaging service enabling companies to communicate with their customers that incorporates artificial intelligence, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona contributes $25,000 to Local First Arizona to assist with grant funding for its Small Business Relief Fund, Quarles & Brady partner Scott Jenkins is named chairman of 2021 Phoenix Open golf tournament, and more.
The Arizona Technology Council held a virtual panel discussion featuring cybersecurity experts Frank Grimmelmann and Anthony Dezilva. Many businesses, organizations and employees are currently adapting to an ever-changing economic outlook in the current business climate. With so much going on, cybersecurity may not top of mind. But it should be a top priority. Moderated by Arizona Technology Council CEO Steve Zylstra, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
The Arizona Technology Council held a virtual panel discussion with a distinguished panel of infrastructure expert from the City of Mesa, Cyxtera Technologies, Salt River Project and Life 365 Inc. Panelists discussed he vital role infrastructure plays in the economy, the growth of technology jobs in the infrastructure space, and the new opportunities in a true sustainability-driven economy. Moderated by Kirk Busch, CEO of BigData Southwest & the chairman of Az4Solar.org, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
Veyo, the nation’s first and only full-service, tech-enabled non-emergency medical transportation broker, has announced the creation of a specialized fleet of drivers who will transport COVID-19 infected/suspected patients to and from life-sustaining medical appointments, with the aim of alleviating the extreme stress that has been placed on the non-emergency ambulance industry.
As a leading global technology solutions provider, Avnet is doing its part for the community and its customers to combat coronavirus (COVID-19) through technology.
Sonora Quest Laboratories, the market share leader in diagnostic laboratory testing in Arizona, announced that it will ramp up its fight against COVID-19 and offer antibody testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) using blood specimens. With this new offering, Sonora Quest now provides healthcare providers in Arizona access to a COVID-19 antibody test as well as the molecular diagnostic testing that has been offered since mid-March.
AZ TechCast, the new podcast of the Arizona Technology Council, is dedicated to covering innovation and technology in Arizona and beyond. In the April 2020 episode of AZ TechCast, an innovative group of experts shared their expertise and insight into what Arizona’s science and technology industry is doing to support the community in addressing the pandemic. These are just a few of the many Arizona institutions and companies that have stepped up and are making a difference in the fight against COVID-19.
The Kudelski Group, the world leader in digital security, and CoreKinect, a leader in scalable hardware design and manufacturing, announced the launch of a joint solution enabling hospitals, government agencies and NGOs to track key assets in the fight against COVID-19, ensuring they arrive where they are needed.
The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), an affiliate of City of Hope, is looking for volunteers: individuals who have run the course of COVID-19, and whose immune system may have built up antibodies against this still mysterious disease.