System uses a central hub device and "peel-and-stick" sensors to monitor heat and movement.
BIOTECH: It’s Still Low For Medtech Peers; Co. Inks International Deals
This comeback story appears to have legs.
Viasat Inc. said June 21 that it received a U.S. Air Force contract to sustain MIDS-LVT radios.
Big Green IT, a Northern California company providing cloud computing solutions, announced in mid-June that it has opened an office in San Diego.
DEFENSE: Deal Part Of Viasat’s Growing Presence in Europe
In a bid to increase its international defense contracting business, Carlsbad’s Viasat Inc. bought Horsebridge Defence and Security of Cheltenham, England, closing the acquisition in early June. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced June 21 that its unmanned vehicle technology received government approval to drive on the public highways.
Real estate platform facilitates residential transactions.
TECH: Radar Allows for Autonomous Cars to Identify Objects, Beings
A company combining a Silicon Valley pedigree with a Southern California wireless specialty has opened an office in Carlsbad.
Teradata filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against German software maker SAP, alleging that SAP took trade secrets from Teradata, infringed its copyrights and violated antitrust laws.
Cubic Corp. said on June 20 that its transportation business received a $276 million contract from Queensland, Australia.
MEDICINE: High Volume a Must; Adoption Becoming Norm
In San Diego hospitals, robots are on the rise, judging by splashy marketing and an increase in robotic surgery cases, per data obtained by the San Diego Business Journal.
Chipmaker to reduce headcount further as part of broad cost-cutting effort announced January.
What does SleepScore Labs have in common with Portugal and Real Madrid? They all have Cristiano Ronaldo working for them.
San Diego-based Ceramic Pro will begin reporting product installation details to Carfax in order to help maximize the resale value of their customers’ vehicles.
Program teaches children age 7 to age 14 to code by showing them how to build video games.