The Lansing Economic Area Partnership, the regional economic development organization for the capital area, last week announced the second round of its requests for proposals for its Regional Incubation Network.
IDV Solutions announced an update to its risk visualization software, Visual Command Center. The new release, version 3.1, includes significant enhancements to its weather risk data visualizations to help organizations to alert, assess, and take action against threats to their assets and operations. The company also announced an update to its Twitter visualization tool, with version 3.1.
“It’s really going to be a transformational year for south Lansing,” said Chad Gamble, the city’s director of operations.
Two days after touting a $625 million investment over the past three years in its networks in metro Detroit, AT&T released investment figures for other Michigan metropolitan areas. AT&T also announced the availability of its 4G LTE high-speed data service in the Traverse City area.
A new report from Michigan Virtual University finds mixed results for online learning in Michigan.
The Lansing animal and food safety testing product maker Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) Tuesday announced net income of $6.6 million for for the third quarter of its fiscal year, which ended Feb. 28, down from $6.7 million in the same period a year earlier. Earnings per share was unchanged at 18 cents for both periods. Revenue for the quarter was $62 million, up 21 percent from $51.1 million a year earlier.
A team of computer scientists in the Michigan State University College of Engineering have built the first three-dimensional model of a human fingerprint.
A new report on Michigan’s 2013 tourism industry from the Toronto-based tourism research firm Longwoods International says the state’s Pure Michigan campaign drove more than 4 million trips last year, producing $1.2 billion in economic impact.
Most recently, scrappers sidelined a major and long-awaited project in Detroit when they stole copper wiring for new LED freeway lights installed through a $3.2 million program.
Merit Network Inc., the connectivity and network services provider to Michigan government, educational institutions and nonprofits, announced it had completed several upgrades to its statewide, fiber-optic backbone.