Michigan entities band together to launch Industry 4.0 Accelerator

Three prominent entities have banded together to give Michigan a leap forward in manufacturing amidst the 4th Industrial Revolution. Automation Alley, Lean Rocket Lab and Lawrence Technological University’s (LTU) Centrepolis Accelerator have created a new Industry 4.0 Accelerator program, which is the first of its kind in the U.S. The goal is to help small and medium-sized

Michigan entities band together to launch Industry 4.0 Accelerator2020-03-04T13:40:14-05:00

IoT Tech Connect Conference returning to Detroit

Increasingly homes and businesses are filling up with smart phones and televisions, security systems we can control and monitor from other places, and even appliances that connect to the internet. Many transportation systems are already dependent upon accessing the internet, and we are about to enter an era when driverless vehicles will likely become the norm. How

IoT Tech Connect Conference returning to Detroit2020-03-04T14:59:44-05:00

Meijer adds another new shopping option

The days of going to a small, local market in your neighborhood and buying a few items from the grocer you’ve known for years are all but gone. These days, most people seem to prefer larger product selections, volume pricing, and convenience above the virtues of a traditional, personalized experience. Perhaps retailers can provide all those newer

Meijer adds another new shopping option2020-03-04T14:25:05-05:00

Participants wanted for Detroit Fashion Hackathon

It’s impossible, or at the very least, unwise, to imagine growth in any industry these days without factoring in the role of technology. Fashion is certainly no exception. In fact, it's becoming critical. Whether it's reaching social media influencers, or customers, tech plays a role.  Consumers want discounts and purchasing options at their fingertips at all times.

Participants wanted for Detroit Fashion Hackathon2022-09-08T16:20:18-04:00
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