Imagry, an autonomous vehicle software developer with a pioneering mapless driving platform, announced it has partnered with AutonomouStuff for inclusion in its leading portfolio of autonomy-enabling technologies for worldwide resale.
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.
Intel launches $50 million pandemic response technology initiative to combat the coronavirus, Universal Avionics provides assembly-line space to manufacture medical face mask and shield assembly, Acronis Joins #OpenWeStand movement to support small businesses, Benchmark plays crucial role with engineering and manufacturing against COVID-19, HR provider Integrity Outsource pledges $50,000 to help Arizona small businesses affected by COVID-19, and more.
Having a good idea is not enough. It’s having the funding sources needed to cover the costs of getting from Point A to Point B and beyond before the competition catches up. CampusLogic and Allbound are two examples of companies that turned to risk capital to help meet their missions.
As we all work to make it through what could be called one of the most troubling periods in modern history, there are those who walk among us that already are meeting these new challenges head-on. In particular, members of the Arizona Technology Council and others are rising to the occasion, even reinventing themselves in some cases to meet the needs of others struggling to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 crisis.
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TechTalk enews provides a monthly round-up of member updates, technological advancements, milestones and awards, industry news and featured content on the Council’s annual sponsors. Check out what’s happening in the Council’s March 2020 issue of TechTalk!
A large reason for Arizona’s growth in the technology sector can be attributed to the East Valley. Tempe, Mesa, Chandler and Gilbert are home to some of the most prominent technology companies in the world, a thriving startup ecosystem and some of the nation’s top post-secondary and high school educational institutions for STEM.
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, announced that in response to the current coronavirus pandemic, it is making Acronis Cyber Files Cloud, the company’s secure, enterprise-grade file sync and share solution, free to all service providers through July 31, 2020, so they can help their clients quickly transition to working remotely while keeping vital data secure.