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APL-led study culminates in development of long-range discrimination radar

Research by the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, in Laurel, for the Missile Defense Agency Ground Sensors Directorate recently culminated in Lockheed Martin building and installing the multi-mission Long Range Discrimination Radar at Clear Space Force Station, Alaska. LRDR is a multi-mission, multi-face radar capable of conducting integrated missile defense and space domain awareness (SDA) […]

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Loyola students gain experience with U.K. firm

Loyola University Maryland students worked with Synchronoss Technologies, of Bridgewater N.J., to refine the sign-up process for Synchronoss Personal Cloud, the tech company’s app for storing, organizing and protecting digital content.  Students were tasked with examining the app’s onboarding interface as part of a project management course for undergraduates offered by Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business. […]

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HCEDA, APL leverage smart city innovation in Gateway

The Howard County Economic Development Authority is collaborating with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, in Laurel, to plan and implement a smart and connected community concept within Howard County’s Gateway District. A memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed in April includes provisions for autonomous systems, clean and sustainable energy, population health and cybersecurity concepts that […]

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MEA awards $1.5M via low-income solar grant program

The Maryland Energy Administration announces $1.5 million in awards to build new solar technology on low-income Marylanders’ primary residences. Funding for this project is made possible through MEA’s Low Income Solar Grant Program, which is funded by the Strategic Energy Investment Fund. MEA will provide grant funding for the design and installation of solar energy systems for a limited […]

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TEDCO Talks launches second year 

Columbia-based TEDCO has released new episodes of its virtual video podcast series hosted by CEO Troy LeMaile-Stovall, TEDCO Talks. The series features LeMaile-Stovall interviewing various thought leaders with connections to Maryland’s innovation ecosystem.  Launched in the fall of 2020, these conversations have continued to provide a platform for Maryland’s entrepreneurs to learn more about the various resources and […]

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TEDCO’s pre-seed Builder Fund invests $150K in AudioOne

Columbia-based TEDCO announced its Builder Fund invested $150,000 in AudioOne, a technology start-up based in Bethesda. TEDCO’s Builder Fund invests in and provides executive support to Maryland-based technology companies run by entrepreneurs who demonstrate economic disadvantage.  AudioOne, founded by Mark McMahon and Antonio Bray, integrates different artificial intelligence platforms to bring its members a more complete, personalized radio listening experience. Its interface ‘learns’ […]

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Gula Tech Adventures join $3M seed round for BEMO

BEMO, a managed security service provider based in Redmond, Wash., has completed a $3 million seed funding round to secure small and medium-sized companies running on the Microsoft Cloud against cyberattacks. The round was led by Fulton-based Gula Tech Adventures, with participation from Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, SaaS Venture Capital and Pleiade Venture. Recognizing the value […]