Technology issues during remote learning

HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – Massachusetts teachers have had to rely on technology to educate students during the pandemic. More students have been learning from home than ever before this year, they say connecting to the software has been the biggest problem. They’re still only doing remote learning in cities like […]

Mitsubishi Motors Accelerates Connected Car Technology To Enhance Customer Experience

Through integrations with the Aeris Mobility Services and Dealer-FX ONE platforms, the My MITSUBISHI CONNECT mobile app will now enable Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross drivers to view real-time service and maintenance needs, as reported by their vehicles. This system  provides owners with timely and specific information about their vehicles and gives […]

2020 Military & Aerospace Technology Innovators Awards

NASHUA, N.H. – Military & Aerospace Electronics and Intelligent Aerospace have announced their 2020 Technology Innovators Awards to recognize companies offering substantial military, aerospace, and avionics design solutions. Awards are in three tiers — ranging from platinum, the highest, to the gold awards, and finally to the silver awards — […]

Omnitracs acquires SmartDrive to expand fleet technology offerings

Omnitracs is acquiring the video-based safety and fleet intelligence company SmartDrive, which would combine two transportation technology leaders to create an industry-first, end-to-end platform designed to optimize safety, driver productivity, routing, dispatch and compliance. The new combined company will, for the first time, unite driving context with operational insight across […]

Remote-Work Technology Fuels M&A Activity During Pandemic

  Technology ventures that are developing software for videoconferencing, collaboration and e-commerce tools are becoming hot acquisition targets for large companies and investors during the pandemic. Lifesize Inc., a videoconferencing software company based in Austin, Texas, in August announced a deal to purchase collaboration-tool maker Kaptivo, citing a growing demand […]

KSU alumnus seeks to inspire next generation of architects through technology | Education

Seven years after earning his architecture degree, alumnus Patrick Chopson said he is prepared to help the next generation of Kennesaw State University architecture students thrive in the world of data-driven design. Recently, Chopson and his company, cove.tool, partnered with KSU’s College of Architecture and Construction Management to provide its […]

Trenton Systems announces VITA membership, cements support for open technology standards, system interoperability

VITA, founded in the early 1980s and known for the promotion and maintenance of the VMEbus technology standard and others, is a non-profit organization of vendors and users who have a common market interest in real-time, modular embedded computing systems. Accredited as an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) developer, VITA […]

New technology keeps Baltimore, seniors in touch

In recent weeks, city health officials were able to ditch the phone tree, thanks to a new computer system created by a corps of programmers from the volunteer group Code for Baltimore. The system can automatically email — and will soon be able to text — the facilities to assess […]

The Top Technology Trends Driving Open Networking

VP of Engineering at NVIDIA. Previously President and Chief Product Officer at Cumulus Networks before it’s acquisition by NVIDIA getty Open networking is at the center of macro trends that are driving some of today’s biggest conversations around the future of the data center. According to a SDxCentral article that cites research […]