Technology News - Albuquerque and New Mexico
  • 12 Jan 2022
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Build With Robots raises $5M
About 20 robots are currently deployed at facilities in New Mexico and Texas, where customers have either bought the machines outright, or leased them under long-term contracts, Ennis said.
Automation & Productivity
Charles Ashley III, a well-known ABQ entrepreneur, appointed to lead city's economic development department
The appointment adds to his list of professional experience, which includes founding Cultivating Coders, which teaches web and mobile app development for youth and adults with a focus on rural, tribal and underserved urban areas.
Economic Development
New Blockchain Academy Provides Accelerated Training Opportunities for High-Demand Blockchain Technology Jobs
With the fast-rising workforce demand for blockchain technology skills across all sectors, CNM Ingenuity has partnered with The Blockchain Academy to provide a wide-ranging list of blockchain training for students and businesses.
Blockchain
CNM Ingenuity Receives Grant to Advance a National Learning and Employment Record (LER) Infrastructure for Skills-based Credentialing and Hiring
The LER infrastructure will provide students and employees with more insight and control over their educational, skills, and employment records, making it easier for them to navigate their careers and find good jobs.
Digital Records
True Health New Mexico reports breach of IT system
Information accessed may have included a person's name, date of birth, age, home address, email address, insurance and medical information, social security number, health account identification and other details
Security
CNM Ingenuity Partners With The Blockchain Academy to Offer Wide Range of In-Demand Courses
Last year, social media giant LinkedIn conducted an employer survey and found that blockchain is now the most in-demand hard skill. To meet this growing need, CNM Ingenuity is excited to announce a partnership with The Blockchain Academy, which will provide a wide-ranging list of blockchain training for students and business leaders
Blockchain
We're excited to launch the private beta of our latest platform, Visual Custody
Visual Custody provides custodians with a complete 360-degree view of their operational risk. Our AI-friendly platform provides a robust set of analytics and data-driven insights, enabling custodians to monitor, manage and report on external and insider threats.
Data & Analytics
Eight Los Alamos projects win R&D 100 Awards
"The people behind these awards are developing solutions to serious problems in big data, polar climates, national security, and biothreats.
Emerging Tech
Virgin Galactic tells investors it plans to create more than 1,000 jobs, develops new space vehicles
Virgin Galactic already leased a facility for the engineering and design of the new spaceships and its next generation of carrier aircraft at an unspecified location in California, Colglazier said during Monday's call. Meanwhile, additional operations will be brought to a location that has yet to be selected, according to details on the call.
Tech Jobs
Santa Fe startup combats climate change with tech designed to spur growth of phytoplankton
The technology facilitates what is called carbon sequestration, which refers to the capture and storage of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Sustainability
UNM enlists high-tech robot to disinfect the Pit
UNM partnered with a local company Build with Robots to invest in the disinfecting robot. It only takes 30 minutes to cover the entire arena. “It’s extremely effective but also extremely safe, it’s EPA approved and Inlist approved and it’s going to be a lot cleaner and safer than most of the things that are under the kitchen sink,” said Build With Robots Sales Director, Xavier Lemon
Automation & Productivity
Regional Partnership School innovates to help students and teachers
It is the first school in New Mexico to partner strategically with a school district, a university school of education, and a major employer, and is also intended to be a model of innovation for New Mexico educators and policy makers.
STEM
Santa Fe space startup looks to raise $3.5M via crowdfunding platform
“We are designing communications solutions that make using your smartphone in space as easy as it is on Earth.
Space Startup
MTX Group to Create 250 Hi-Tech Jobs with Opening of Office in Albuquerque
MTX currently provides technology solutions in over 35 states, including health monitoring, disease tracking, unemployment insurance claims, emergency child care licensing, isolation services for higher education, and vaccination management
Tech Jobs
Los Alamos startup UbiQD rolls out electricity-producing windows
The installations serve as pilots for one of the company's products, two-piece windows made with glass that is laminated with its "quantum dot" technology in the middle.
Sustainability
Texas-based company plans to bring fiber internet, more than 100 jobs to Albuquerque
Vexus targets mid-tier markets such as Albuquerque, San Angelo, Texas, and other cities. It has installed broadband fiber networks in more than 35 cities in Texas and Louisiana, according to the release.
Tech Jobs
Six startups selected for Q Station accelerator program
As part of the program, called the Soft Landing Space Tech Cohort, the participating companies will be provided with a paid intern, marketing and finance assistance and "connection to top U.S. space research and development hubs located in New Mexico,"
Space Tech
Can you hear me now? New Mexico firm adapts space tech to build powerful cell phone boosters
Those efforts showed that a circular design with two rings of conductive thread on the inner and outer radius boosted reception by nearly 15 decibels, offering the equivalent of nearly two extra signal bars on a cell phone, said the project’s lead engineer, Stephen Neidigk.
Telecom



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