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San Diego-based GroundMetrics Inc. — which offers technology services to the oil and gas industry — said that it raised $2.73 million in its series B funding round.
The U.S. Navy recently offered contractors details on what it would like to see in its first production aircraft carrier-based drone.
“Making It in America” is the title of a three and half-day conference aimed at making connections for local innovators with business representatives from China, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
grateful patient has gifted University of California, San Diego $6.5 million to establish the Richard C. Atkinson Laboratory for Regenerative Ophthalmology at the university’s Shiley Eye Center.
A new independent think tank, called the Craft Beer Association of San Diego, has been formed with the goal of raising the national and international profile of the local region’s burgeoning brewing industry.
Carlsbad-based Everyday Energy took part in a White House conference on solar energy April 17.
Manufacturing: Local Production Helps in Maintaining Quality Control
Once a major producer of planes, aircraft parts and canned tuna, San Diego’s manufacturing base is far different today with a decided high-tech slant.
Kyocera Corp., the Kyoto, Japan-based conglomerate that has been in San Diego since 1971, said it consolidated some of its recently acquired businesses into its main subsidiary here, Kyocera America.
Lockheed Martin Corp.’s latest contract on the F-35 Lightning II aircraft will bring work to San Diego.
Former San Diego Charger linebacker Shawne Merriman filed a lawsuit against Nike Inc., alleging the sports-gear giant infringed on his trademarked Lights Out brand.
Carlsbad-based Alternative Energy Systems Consulting Inc. is installing intelligent electric vehicle charging systems at University of California, San Diego.
Pratt & Whitney AeroPower, part of Connecticut’s United Technologies Corp., told its 535 San Diego employees last week that it’s considering integrating the operations into other Pratt & Whitney units, and may close the Kearny Mesa plant.
Cubic Corp. said on April 11 that it received a contract worth more than $5 million to supply an aircraft training system to the Moroccan air force.
Manufacturing: QCMI Lands Lucrative Deal To Rebuild Engine Parts
A Santee machine shop that produces complex parts for aircraft and gas turbines is diversifying by going into repair.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. of Poway received a four-year, $141.4 million U.S. Air Force delivery order for work on the Block 50 ground control station for unmanned aircraft.