Five of the nine start-ups in the Secure Erie Accelerator have decided to put down roots in Erie, and that's attracting $5-$7 million in new investment for the Secure Smart City Pilot.
WeatherCheck a company here for the Secure Erie Accelerator promises to share data about damaging weather address by address, before it hits.
CityGrows, a company here for the Secure Erie Accelerator has just launched a real platform for the City of Erie. It seems to be the beginning of a long-term relationship to take more city services online.
Myriad Data Solutions is another company in Erie for the Secure Erie Accelerator. It has an innovative idea to keep important data storage secure and resilient when stored in the cloud.
In a simulation in Reno, Nevada, firefighters using SimpleSense cut their search time from 17.5 minutes to just 4.5 minutes.
SmartDrivinc has patented a small device that when placed on your windshield will turn a driver's smart phone into a dumb phone.
The company based in Denver started with an idea to use machine learning for recruiting.
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Meet Jauntin' another company here for the Secure Erie Accelerator
Kwema is one of the young tech companies chosen for the Secure Erie Accelerator. The company is marketing a bracelet that is actually a safety device that will reach your personal contacts if you feel threatened.
Nine young tech companies chosen from over 100 applicants begin a 10 week accelerator program at the Erie Innovation District. The hope is they'll stay and grow their companies here.