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ECMC Foundation | December 21, 2021
The Collision Engineering Program has received a $700,000 grant from ECMC Foundation to support the growth and expansion of the industry-leading program's efforts. With foundational support provided by the Enterprise Holdings Foundation, the program is designed to attract and develop entry-level talent to fill essential roles within the collision repair industry and enhance retention and advancement among collision repair technicians.With nearly 100,000 new entrant collision technicians need...
George Washington University | March 16, 2020
The George Washington University is planning a workshop for STEM faculty who want to transform their teaching through integrating computing. This Faculty Development Workshop 2020 was scheduled to be held over three days on 25–27 March. However, due to the Coronavirus national emergency and travel restrictions has been postponed, the organizers told IBL News. The event will be sponsored; it means that GW will be able to offer full travel support –including lodging and food– for...
FARO | July 20, 2021
FARO® Technologies, Inc., a global leader of 3D measurement, imaging, and realization solutions for the 3D Metrology, AEC (Architecture, Engineering & Construction), and Public Safety Analytics markets, today announced the signing of an agreement to outsource its manufacturing to Sanmina Corporation, a US-based Fortune-500 Electronic Manufacturing Service (EMS) provider.
"As the next step in our business transformation, we plan to transition FARO production from our t...
Siemens Smart Infrastructure | July 19, 2021
75F, the global leader in IoT-based building automation technologies for optimizing indoor air quality and energy efficiency in commercial spaces, announced today that Siemens AG had invested. Siemens Smart Infrastructure was represented in the investment by Next47, a global venture capital firm backed by Siemens. The newest round of funding for 75F's Series A round takes the company's total capital to $28 million. Next47 joins a notable group of investors backed by 75F, including Bill G...
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