The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) was selected as the go-to organization to host an international company from Costa Rica. The company, TUNUK, is developing software to track bus ridership and other data for bus operators and municipalities. Tunuk Analytics Center utilizes state-of-the-art artificial intelligence to provide real-time data for revenue, expenses and operations to bus companies.
Moderated by Phoenix Business RadioX, a distinguished panel of technology leaders from PayPal, Miller Policy Consulting and the Arizona Technology Council discussed the benefits of transitioning from fossil fuels to clean energy, the Arizona Corporation Commission’s (ACC) role in adopting energy policies, how climate change is affecting us, what’s at stake and how renewable energy can sustain humankind.
Moderated by Sheila Kloefkorn, president & CEO of award-winning B2B marketing agency KEO Marketing, attendees gained valuable insight from featured guest speaker, David Ross, CEO and privacy officer of 1bigthink, to learn what the most impactful privacy laws in the world mean for your business this year, what marketers should expect, and what you can do to prepare for the future of marketing in a data privacy-vigilant world.
The aircraft operator turned to the InSight Display System for a more modern, reliable flight deck solution to address high failure rates and climbing repair costs associated with existing equipment. The flight deck package offers streamlined operations with added functionality like embedded 3D SVS, electronic charts, advanced mapping, ownship position on runway, and the ability to autotune onboard digital radios.
The Arizona SciTech Festival is entering its 10th year, a good time to look back on how we started and where we’re going. The festival is more than just an impressive array of events where you can build a rocket, experience river biology or gaze at the stars. What’s more, the festival is a convening place for Arizona’s STEM ecosystem. It’s an opportunity for teachers, professionals and industry leaders to meet, fly the STEM banner, and strategize how they can continue to build support for STEM and attract young people into the field.
UACI has served the region for nearly two decades with support, contributing to Tucson’s strong and vibrant ecosystem of entrepreneurs and innovators. This pilot program is a natural evolution in the growing innovation ecosystem being developed at the University of Arizona. The entrepreneurial culture within campus has seen rapid momentum and the network of resources available is expanding to meet the growing demand.
The Arizona Technology Council, in partnership with Global Village Ventures LLC, announced the INNOVATE Phoenix book is available for purchase. Backed by online augmented reality video canvases on most features when using the free Global Village app, the tech-enabled coffee-table book features a collection of stories and testimonials from the top technology companies and leaders in the city.
Self-driving has become more than just a term that will be used some day in our state. We already are sharing the road with cars, vans and trucks that carry us and our payloads. And such progress in a short period already is prompting ideas of what is to come in our future.
The 2020 Cybersecurity Summit provided an opportunity for government and business leaders to learn about the latest threats, vulnerabilities and consequences related to data security and privacy matters, as well as the available resources, products and services to help protect your intellectual property and customer data and shared key strategies to build cyber resiliency.
The Arizona Technology Council thanks its 2020 Cybersecurity Summit sponsors: Arizona Commerce Authority, Cox Business, Alagen, Tripwire, ACTRA, Cisco, KEO Marketing, AccountabilIT, Expedient, Quest Technology Management and Moss Adams.