The Arizona Technology Council, in partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority, today launched AZTechBase, an online platform that provides a comprehensive listing of companies, people and investors in Arizona’s technology industry. The goal of AZTechBase is to further elevate the state’s technology ecosystem by providing accurate, current datasets and making the data easily accessible to the community.
AI has been around for decades. But it has only more recently become mainstream with the deployment of machine learning and other tools. Customer support has a lot to gain from this technology, particularly in the areas of resolution time, cost and customer satisfaction. Companies today can harness the power of machine learning and AI to reach their ultimate goal of happy, satisfied customers.
Tucson-based Paragon Space Development Corporation’s innovative life-support technology is providing crucial systems to support human life in space’s extreme conditions. Learn more about Paragon’s life-sustaining systems for space.
Get involved in the discussions about reform and find ways to use hardware and software to speed change and make reforms more impactful. We, as a business community, can help remove this stain from our society and make a real difference in people’s lives. What the technology sector is good at is solving hard problems and getting projects done. If we develop empathy for the pain, fear and frustration our black community members are feeling and let it and them guide us, imagine what we could accomplish.
It’s no secret that every industry has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the aviation industry is no different, but how Universal Avionics adapted to it is.Moderated by Linda Drake from Michael Beach Coaching & Consulting, this episode of TechFocus features Universal Avionics CEO Dror Yahav discusses how Universal Avionics survived in an industry that was heavily impacted by the pandemic.
The Arizona Technology Council’s IoT Committee presented a virtual meeting to share and discuss the lessons that can be learned from other industries that use effective embedded hardware security technology and security life cycle management strategies, as well as the current best practices that must be adopted to ensure a sustainable ROI from IoT investments. This virtual presentation covered those lessons and best practices using a specific case study from Tempe-based CoreKinect, an innovative company that is making IoT tracking and monitoring devices for cold-chain tracking and medical applications, among others.
Intel is pledging $1 million in support of efforts to address social injustice and anti-racism across various nonprofits and community organizations. Together we will get through this. Together we will change the world and enrich the lives of EVERY person on Earth.
The Arizona Technology Council released its latest quarterly Arizona Technology Industry Impact Report. Among other positive news, the data from the Q1 2020 report revealed a steady 3.45% growth in technology sector employment. A new Supply Chain Gap Analysis also revealed 76% of Arizona’s technology industry supply chain purchases—a $4.5 billion value—are sourced in-region.
The Arizona Technology Council held a virtual speaker series event with featured guest Tucson Mayor Regina Romero. Romero shared insight into the city’s economy, Tucson’s rapid tech growth, how this Southern Arizona city is rapidly becoming a hotbed for innovation in Arizona, and the collaboration with the University of Arizona, Tech Parks Arizona, Startup Tucson and Pima Community College.
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.