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Information Technology
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For their June meetup, the Providence Geeks will host Xact Maps, a Providence company specializing in high-fidelity aerial mapping using unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones. more
Jonathan Canino, a Cranston resident pursuing his doctorate in chemistry at the University of Rode Island, won first place in the eighth annual National Security Innovation Competition, sponsored by the National Homeland Defense Foundation to motivate students to pursue careers in security, science, technology, engineering and math. more
Dassault Systèmes recently unveiled the world’s first 3-D, realistic simulation model of a whole human heart, part of a multidisciplinary project to help combat cardiovascular disease and launch the next frontier in diagnosing, treating and preventing heart conditions through personalized, 3-D virtual models. more
KVH Industries Inc. announced Monday that Applied Weather Technology Inc., a marine industry leader in weather forecasting and ship routing, will be the company’s launch partner for KVH’s IP-MobileCast Weatherlink service. more
Co-founders of Increment talk about the company’s work designing inclusive developmental toys for children of all ability levels. more
Veikkaus Oy, the operator of the Finnish National Lottery, announced last week that it had launched a new daily geolottery game using GTECH’s Proxilotto software, an optional feature of the gaming technology company’s Enterprise Series lottery system that allows operators to set proximity factors in identifying lottery winners. more
A national team of researchers led by an assistant professor of psychology at Rhode Island College has concluded a study demonstrating that computer sketching software can provide an accurate, real-time assessment of a student’s grasp of science, technology, engineering and math concepts. more
We brought Utilidata to Rhode Island because it offered the right space, talent and partners. Here's how we approached a few key decisions. » Pick the best location. Conventional wisdom might suggest high-tech companies should locate in … more
Microsoft Corp. will offer free data- analysis tools and make them easier to use and set up, seeking to attract more business-software customers. more
The number of information technology professionals employed in Rhode Island is at an all-time high, but advertised jobs are left vacant as employers struggle to find candidates with applicable skills in a fast-evolving industry. more
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