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TECH: Machines Autonomously Take On Floor Scrubbing Job
After seven years, San Diego-based Brain Corp. is finally going commercial. Once part of Qualcomm Inc. and still funded by the giant, the independent firm is getting set to lend its formidable brainpower to … scrubbing floors.
Wade Williams, chief technology officer of San Diego-based company PayLease, has been appointed chairman of Tech San Diego’s CTO and Software Engineering Roundtable.
NoteVault said Oct. 11 that it promoted John Roshala to chief revenue officer.
Local software startup LeadCrunch has landed $500,000 in funding through CONNECT’s Capital Match program.
Bob Jennings is the new CEO of ClosingCorp, a provider of real estate closing cost data and technology for the real estate industry, the San Diego company announced Wednesday.
Qualcomm Inc. announced on Oct. 10 that the company named Ann M. Livermore to its board of directors.
Vault RMS, a San Diego-based startup, said on Oct. 6 that it was selected to join the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s EMERGE accelerator program.
Local solar firm Borrego Solar Systems Inc. announced that it has launched an energy storage division.
TECH: Each Month, Coin Up Sends Cash To Selected Charities
As coin jars gather dust, a San Diego startup is hoping that people will continue giving to nonprofits through its mobile application.
SOFTWARE: LumaTax’s Sales-Tax System Created For Small Businesses
Coffee shop owners should get to spend their time serving coffee — not battling tax documents.
TECH: New 3-D Printers Tap Into IoT, Functionality
Braydon Moreno has a thing for Kickstarter. The crowdfunding platform was the catalyst for Moreno’s now-booming startup, Robo 3D. In 2013, the firm raised $650,000. At the time, it was one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter, and still ranks as one of the biggest crowdfunding hauls by a San Diego startup.
Digital health company MD Revolution has reported raising $9.7 million in an equity offering launched Sept. 19.
Nasseo Inc., a San Diego medical technology company, announced on Oct. 3 that it received a small business innovation research grant from the National Science Foundation.
Space Micro Inc. said it plans to develop a radiation-hardened astrophysics instrument under a recently awarded contract from NASA.