Software company transforms way some South Florida law enforcement agencies prepare, react to emergencies
In this week’s “Technically Speaking” report, Local 10’s Gio Insignares shows us how one software company is hoping to bring agencies across South Florida into the future and transform how they prepare and react to trouble across their communities.
South Florida company hopes to prevent vehicle deaths with technology
Every year, about 1.3 million people die in traffic crashes globally. In the U.S. alone, it’s estimated to be more than 40,000 deaths. But there’s a belief among researchers that those numbers could dramatically fall if more cars became self-driving.
Co-founder of new AI assistant hopes it will change how people search for information online
According to the Pew Research Center, 85% of Americans own a smartphone and about three-quarters of U.S. adults own a desktop or laptop computer, meaning access to information online is as easy as saying “hello.”
FIU partners with iSTAR Enterprises to form altered reality studio
In Local 10 News’ latest Technically Speaking report, anchor Gio Insignares takes us to Florida International University, where a new name and a promised “refocus” for one school plans to take future students into a great, big, beautiful tomorrow.
South Florida company believes they have the transportation solution to traffic troubles
We’ve seen the growth of drones and autonomous vehicles, but this next step in transportation isn’t that far away, and it promises to change how we get to and from our destinations by not just leaving the ground but putting the power in your own hands.
Could you work in the metaverse soon? Founders of South Florida company think so
The changes to work life since the COVID-19 pandemic have made a lot of things easier, from commute time, meetings, phone calls and even training. But what if the next step in the evolution of work involved employees jumping into the metaverse?
Netflix for Hospitals: Miami tech company hopes to change medical field by transforming how hospital personnel is trained
Virtual reality, augmented reality, and the Metaverse are all tools we’ve previously highlighted, showing how they’ve made employees and businesses approach their work differently.