When it comes to comparing San Antonio tech outreach efforts to Austin, I admit we haven’t reached the bandwidth of our neighbors to the north. Yet, we are moving forward with what I would term as the First Week of Technology that begins April 16 and ends April 20. During those five days, three different events will take place.
Dr. Cameron Powell, president, chief medical officer and co-founder of AirStrip will serve as the keynote speaker for the InnoTech April 16 Emerging Medical Technology conference. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. and concludes at 4:45 p.m. at the San Antonio Henry B. Gonzales Center.
Best selling author Bill Donius was what he would term a classic “left brain” type, before he discovered Dr. Roger Sperry’s Nobel prize winning discovery about the independence of brain function between the left and right hemisphere.
The Austin chapter of the Association of the Information Technology Professionals and SIM Austin named one company and three local IT professionals as winners in their annual awards. AITP and SIM Austin used Austin Innotech, held Nov. 8, as the backdrop for the award program. Named as winners were: National Instruments: IT Solutions of the [...]
With Innotech only a couple of days away, Matt Scherer, the public relations staff member for the Austin Innotech and our San Antonio correspondent, sat down with Amanda Justice, the chair of the 2012 Women of Information Technology Summit.
Matt Scherer, our San Antonio correspondent, is also serving as the public relations director for the Nov. 8 Innotech trade show. He recently completed this interview with Tim Cox, executive director for General Motors enterprise solutions.
AXEN, an Austin based mobile systems developer and integrator, will launch its new “Mobile to Enterprise (M2E)” at InnoTech next Thursday.
As the second TechStars program is getting ready to launch in January, Matt Scherer, our San Antonio correspondent, sat down with Jason Seats, the program manager.
The Pedernales Brewery, a company founded on what their chief executive officer and founder described as a “Populist” form of raising capital, will begin distributing their beer in Austin this week.
When John Sperry first introduced Battlebots to his Anderson High School physics students a few years back, he didn’t think that their interest in robots would help him create a pre-engineering program there or bring recognition to his students. “Anderson had a solid reputation as a school that had great athletic programs, but there wasn’t a way to recognize students who were interested in physics and robotics,” Sperry said.