Automation Alley has invested $75,000 in two Metro Detroit start ups to help accelerate the growth of the companies.
An app to help people discover, create and share bike routes in the city won the second #hack4detroit hackathon.
Participants in the upcoming #hack4detroit event will have the chance to develop an app to benefit the city of Detroit.
Michigan, and Metro Detroit, was highlighted as a destination for companies around the world at the SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington D.C.
Automation Alley will host a cyber security summit March 26 to discuss the threats these attacks pose to businesses.
“People in Michigan woke up some time ago to the fact the auto industry is a tech industry,” said Anderson, who ranks the North American International Auto Show among the best technology shows in the world.
Automation Alley has launched a new program for to accelerate growth for entrepreneurs in Southeast Michigan and help gain their first customers.
Automation Alley has launched a redesigned website that has been streamlined and offers new features for users and association members.
Automation Alley is seeking developers to spend 24 hours creating a new mobile app for the Detroit Public Library.
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain looks at innovators in the world of art and technology.