Fifteen San Diego County companies will participate in the local World Trade Center’s Metro Connect program, a comprehensive support program to spur the companies’ global growth.
General Dynamics NASSCO received an order for six oilers — auxiliary ships that rendezvous with U.S. Navy combat ships at sea and refuel them — that could be worth in excess of $3.1 billion.
Blue Tech Inc., a small business based in San Diego, is among 21 companies nationwide that received indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts from the U.S. Navy to supply electronic equipment.
Some $1.1 million of a U.S. Navy contract supporting “shock trials” for a new littoral combat ship will be spent in San Diego.
Qualcomm Ventures Is on the Hunt For Promising Tech Startups to Back
It’s been 31 years since Qualcomm Inc. was a startup. Today the chip maker has revenue of $25.3 billion. Still, it is very much a part of San Diego’s startup scene: Its venture capital arm is a source of capital for a lot of new companies.
They call them JTACs, short for joint terminal attack controllers, and they have an unnerving job.
TECH: Aircraft Must Remain in The Sight of Operator
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued its first rules covering the commercial use of drones. The rules take effect in late August.
TECH: Study Finds Growing Sector Still Needs Nurturing
Like Comic-Con, there are good guys and bad guys. But in cybersecurity, the bad guys are real, and the good guys pack more of an economic punch.
In a nod to the estimated 110 startups downtown, San Diego civic leaders took the wraps off the Collaboratory for Downtown Innovation on June 28.
Allegiant announced new air service between San Diego’s Lindbergh Field and Provo, Utah, beginning Sept. 28. The flights will operate twice weekly.