What if we could pull water from right out of the air around us and use it to flush our toilets, water our lawns, cook with, and even drink?
A small business program in the Air Force has funded a local studio’s idea to emphasize the engineering side of military aircraft.
City, community partners set out to create digital inclusion ‘road map’ to court federal, state funds
To attract federal funding toward closing the digital divide, the City and its allies plan to create a digital inclusion strategy.
“Lord God, source of all knowledge,” began Father Richard Villa’s blessing, “We dedicate this unmanned aerial system laboratory as a course center aimed at training students in contemporary aerospace and diverse engineering disciplines.”
VIA plans to launch a six-month pilot program to test run a new app that helps visually impaired riders navigate its system.
UTSA researchers are wielding the system’s staggering power for everything from wildfire simulations to modeling the spread of the pandemic.
The City is embarking on an effort to close the digital divide. But the project’s future remains uncertain.
City officials would like to expand a digital inclusion initiative to bring internet to K-12 students. However, major challenges still loom.
City staff seeks a digital platform where San Antonio residents can contact any department they need, all in one place.
San Antonio’s Xenex has unveiled a new and improved version of a germ-zapping robot that promises to disinfect rooms more efficiently.
A new, free app from Irys allows San Antonio residents to find nearby COVID-19 testing sites and expected wait times.
SwRI announced it has received a $4.5 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense to test how materials behave under impacts.
UTSA and Port San Antonio officials agreed to a five-year partnership in hopes of creating a workforce pipeline for the future.
From streetlights that can sense air quality to stoplights that automatically adjust for traffic, streets are about to get “smarter.”