The Mira Awards, which honors achievements in Indiana’s tech industry, has added an awards category for efforts to attract, hire, train and retain tech talent. Nominations for the annual awards program opened this week and the awards gala takes place April 23.
IEDC works with accelerator to bring startups to Indiana
Gener8tor is launching four industry-specific programs within its gBETA accelerator for early-stage startups from both Indiana and around the United States, hoping some will move here.Read More
Ag-tech firm using aerial photos, big data to help farmers manage fields
Indianapolis-based IntelinAir Inc. sees a big opportunity in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to help farmers keep tabs on their crops.Read More
German team wins Indy Autonomous Challenge with average speed near 136 mph
TUM Autonomous Motorsport from the Technische Universität München won the $1 million grand prize in the inaugural Indy Autonomous Challenge on Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Read More
General Motors raised its outlook Wednesday and said it expects to return to a normal production rate by the end of next year.
The plant will employ hundreds of people and will start making materials in 2024, said Doug Parks, GM’s global product development and supply chain head.
Investors are clamoring for the top provider of cloud-based customer relations management software to prove it can expand beyond its core business. Any misstep is bound to be noticed.
Allegion says it had such success with its first investment fund, which launched in 2018, that it’s now starting a second fund that’s twice the size of the original.
Gina Raimondo will press Congress to pass legislation that would put about $52 billion toward U.S. chip manufacturing in a speech to the Economic Club of Detroit during a visit to the city that’s the capital of American auto manufacturing.
Coy, who has been at the organization since 2017, overseeing the first phase of development at the 50-acre 16 Tech Innovation District, is stepping down after a long career in economic development.
Samsung said the new facility will boost production of high-tech chips used for 5G mobile communications, advanced computing and artificial intelligence, and also improve supply chain resilience.
Amazon, Facebook parent Meta and Google are expanding work applications for the smart home, raising security and privacy concerns that could cost workers and their companies if not managed properly.
The IEDC has agreed to pay $150,000 to San Francisco-based consultant Startup Genome to generate a snapshot report of the state’s entrepreneurial climate. Based on the results of that report, the IEDC will decide whether to contract with the consultant for additional work.
The equity investment is by far the largest single capital raise by an Indiana-based technology company in the state’s history, according to Indianapolis-based TechPoint, a not-for-profit that supports the state’s tech industry.
Logik.io, which was launched in February, offers software that helps sales reps and customers secure price quotes in complex sales situations.
Apple is launching an online store for self-service repairs early next year that it says will have more than 200 individual parts and tools for making the most common repairs on the iPhone 12 or iPhone 13.
T2, founded in 1994, provides parking-management hardware and software to universities, municipalities, parking operators, health care facilities and transportation hubs. It has more than 1,900 customers.
Rogers, 44, is executive director of digital marketing and experience, meaning he plans and implements ways to keep patients informed and to hear what’s on their minds.
Fort Wayne-based STAR, which has 13 banking offices in the Indianapolis market, said it sees a business opportunity in Bitcoin and plans to add additional cryptocurrency services as demand warrants.
Researchers say charging times for electric vehicles could eventually be on par with filling up a car at a gas station.
General Electric announced Tuesday that it will spin off its health care business in early 2023 and its energy segment including renewable energy, power and digital operations in early 2024.