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Tampa is outfitting a fleet of 1,600 privately owned vehicles with technology that will communicate with roadways and other cars in order to receive various warnings and alerts about roadway conditions, speed limit changes, dangers and more. The project also will connect 10 buses in the area to communicate with traffic signals, which will then prioritize the buses’ movements so they can stay on schedule.
Dreamit Health alum Somatix is a data analytics software company and creator of the Somatix BMD (Body Motion Data) Management platform. Today, they announced the results of a pilot study testing SmokeBeat, the company’s smoking cessation monitoring solution. The results were published by Oxford University Press’ peer-reviewed journal, “Nicotine and Tobacco Research.”
In this interview, Jeff Vinik, owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning, discusses market trends, investments in stocks and mutual funds, the real estate development, and the growth of Tampa.
Strategic Property Partners (SPP), the joint venture between Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik and Cascade Investment, the investment fund launched by Microsoft founder Bill Gates, is leading the development of Tampa’s first new for-purchase residential tower in nearly a decade.
Whether you’re pitching an investor, speaking at a conference, or simply delivering meeting talking points to peers, this webinar will give you the tools to connect with your audience.
Listen to our recent discussion led by Dreamit Chief Investment Officer Karen Griffith Gryga and featuring with Chris Mayer, Chief Innovation Officer at Suffolk Construction, and Camille Renshaw, CEO of RenshawCo. Guests discuss trends and tactics for investing in real estate tech and construction tech.
Waterfront Toronto and Sidewalk Labs have partnered to build a mixed-use, complete community in Toronto. Google will be the flagship tenant for the new neighborhood, anchoring the eastern waterfront, to be called “Quayside.” Sidewalk Labs has committed $50 million to kick off pilot testing and planning in partnership with the City of Toronto.
Since first launching in 2008, Dreamit has received thousands of applications – heck, I’ve personally reviewed thousands of applications in the not quite three years since joining Dreamit. I’ve had the pleasure to read some really excellent applications that crisply and concisely showcased what made that startup shine. And then there were those other applications.