1. Articles in category: Internet of Things

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    1. Colorado Springs software company has big plans, starting with interactive dashboard displays

      Colorado Springs software company has big plans, starting with interactive dashboard displays

      Mike Juran has an ambitious vision for Altia Inc. that spans the world, but calls for the software company could employ more than 1,000 at its Colorado Springs headquarters within five to 10 years and generate more than $1 billion annually in revenue.

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    2. Webroot jumps into 'internet of things' protection

      Webroot jumps into 'internet of things' protection

      Webroot Inc. is branching out to help companies protect internet-connected machines and devices from hackers after years building its reputation with consumer desktop computers and mobile phones.

      The Broomfield-based cybersecurity company is unveiling its BrightCloud Threat Intelligence service, which is meant to work with companies’ “internet of things” gateway devices, which serve as central hubs for communications between devices, a central command computer and the internet.

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    3. Denver's a finalist in U.S. tech transportation challenge

      Denver's a finalist in U.S. tech transportation challenge

      Denver will compete against six other U.S. cities for a $50 million grant to fund tech-driven, regional transportation initiatives. The Beyond Traffic: Smart City Challenge is sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of Transportation in conjunction with the philanthropic arm of Paul Allen-owned, Seattle-based business conglomerate Vulcan Inc., which is chipping in $10 million of the $50 million.

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    4. 8 Colorado IoT companies leading the charge to a connected future

      8 Colorado IoT companies leading the charge to a connected future
      Rachio;dammydommydimmy;Stryd;dammydommydimmy;eBags;dammydommydimmy;Revolar;dammydommydimmy;Notion;dammydommydimmy;Sphero aka Orbotix;dammydommydimmy;JStar LLC;dammydommydimmy;BluFlux LLC
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      Colorado is positioning itself as a leader in the booming Internet of Things marketplace. TechrIot is offering companies around the world a Colorado-based education in succeeding in the field. Recently some big players like Arrow have gotten involved.

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    5. 4 startups with Boulder County ties make SXSW Eco finals

      Fresh off of landing new research funding and new lab space, University of Colorado spinoff Mallinda LLC is one of four startups with local ties named finalists this week for the South by Southwest Eco Startup Showcase.

      The Startup Showcase is a pitch competition that highlights early-stage companies in the several categories: Energy; Internet of Things and Software; Reuse and Recycling; Social Impact; Supply Chain and Product Innovation; Water; and International Innovations.

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    6. Arrow launching ‘Internet of Things’ boot camp

      Arrow launching ‘Internet of Things’ boot camp

      CENTENNIAL -- Arrow Electronics Inc. (NYSE: ARW) announced it is collaborating with Skookum Digital Works to offer the “Innovation Launch Pad,” a five-day, immersive learning “boot camp” for companies looking to bring innovative and profitable “Internet of Things (IoT)” ideas to market.

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    7. Arrow Electronics Launch of TechrIoT Meetup

      Arrow Electronics Launch of TechrIoT Meetup

      Welcome to the inaugural techrIoT MeetUp! Far more than a networking group, TechrIoT aims to create order among the often chaotic business landscape for IoT companies of all stages. TechrIoT events will bring together the necessary resources and stakeholders--companies and specialists in hardware, software, sensors, data, connectivity, security, marketing, finance, and design--to help IoT innovators ideate, launch and scale the next generation of connected devices.

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    8. Arrow partners with startup incubator in Centennial

      Arrow partners with startup incubator in Centennial

      CENTENNIAL — When you're Colorado's largest company, it might be difficult to see potential in the little things. But Arrow Electronics, the state's top Fortune 500 company, wants to hear from makers, hobbyists and startups about these things — the Internet of Things, that is. On Friday, Arrow will unveil TechrIoT in collaboration with its Centennial neighbor, the Innovation Pavilion.

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    9. Cta & Dbj Voices of Technology: Internet of Everything & the Future of Your Business

      Cta & Dbj Voices of Technology: Internet of Everything & the Future of Your Business

      CTA & DBJ Voices of Technology: Internet of Everything & the Future of Your Business Sit down breakfast will be served. CTA members receive a $10 discount. To receive the discount, please call Deborah at (303) 803-9278. Tickets must be paid for at time of the registration. Ticket prices go up $10 the day of the event (provided space is still available). The CTA discount will not be available the day of the event. DBJ does not mail tickets out in advance.

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    10. Start the Next IoT Company, Get Lots of Help.

      Start the Next IoT Company, Get Lots of Help.

      On Friday May 29 , entrepreneurs will gather at Galvanize’s new Platte location for a special Startup Weekend event focused on creating the next generation of Internet of Things companies. In just 54 hours, teams will form, ideas will be discussed, prototypes will be built, markets will be analyzed, and companies will be pitched. Startup Weekend is one of the largest communities of passionate entrepreneurs, hosting over 1800 past events in 120 countries around the world.

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    11. Startup Weekend | Internet of Things

      Startup Weekend | Internet of Things

      Launch an Internet of Things (IoT) Startup in a Weekend On May 29th, hardware and software will collide at Galvanize’s brand-new location for a special Startup Weekend - focused exclusively on launching the next generation of IoT companies. The winning team gets to stick around Galvanize after the weekend ends, each member will be awarded with a 1-month membership at Galvanize - Platte.

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    12. Nexenta CEO to Present on Next Generation Open Software-Defined Storage at

      The Colorado Technology Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Colorado Technology Association that bridges companies to STEM education, technology and workforce programs in Colorado. CTF exists to make it easy for companies to meaningfully

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    13. California firm buys Longmont-based Eagle Mountain Technology

      LONGMONT – California Eastern Laboratories announced Thursday that it has acquired Longmont-based engineering services company Eagle Mountain Technology, with plans...

      The post California firm buys Longmont-based Eagle Mountain Technology appeared first on BizWest.

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    14. Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners launches, will replace CSTI in Springs

      Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners launches, will replace CSTI in Springs

      COLORADO SPRINGS – Rocky Mountain Innovation Partners announced its official launch on Tuesday in Colorado Springs. The Colorado Springs Technology Incubator board recently unanimously agreed to support a more robust mission by introducing RMIP as a completely new nonprofit organization.

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    15. Streaming data systems take big data analytics into real-time realm

      Streaming data systems take big data analytics into real-time realm

      Satellite images add up to a lot of data -- in DigitalGlobe Inc.'s case, 50 TB of geospatial imagery on a daily basis. The imaging products and services provider augments that with text data from 10 to 15 million geo-tagged Twitter posts every day in an effort to ...

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    16. Colorado Roundup: Amazon, 2lemetry, Photobucket, and Fort Collins

      Colorado Roundup: Amazon, 2lemetry, Photobucket, and Fort Collins

      Michael Davidson

      Amazon comes to Denver for a shopping trip and leaves with a startup, Photobucket lassoes a familiar face (and one of its co-founders), and plans are coming together in Fort Collins.

      Amazon Buys 2lemetry: Amazon has purchased 2lemetry, a Denver startup that develops software for the “Internet of things.” The companies did not announce the transaction price.

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    17. ‘Internet of Everything’ Thought Leader Joins BuildingDNA Board of Directors

      ‘Internet of Everything’ Thought Leader Joins BuildingDNA Board of Directors
      About BuildingDNA (www.buildingdna.co) Founded in 2009, Denver-based BuildingDNA provides powerful software solutions for Smart Buildings, Business Continuity Management and School Emergency Operations Planning. Its recurring revenue platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering combines highly visual, dynamic indoor digital mapping with a “big data” consolidation platform.
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