Virtual Alabama is a powerful tool in the state department of homeland security’s arsenal. It was the first concept of its kind in the United States built on Google Earth’s enterprise solution. Tonight, school officials will learn more about the program & how it may help craft a safety system. But what is it anyway?
Entries Tagged as 'technology'
February 5th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Statewide, technology
January 10th, 2013 · 1 Comment · technology, television
There are a lot of tiny digital antennas like the one you see to your left already set up in New York City for TV tech start-up Aereo. Now, thanks to an infusion of $38 million in financing, they’re about to create similar setups in 22 more cities, including Birmingham.
March 12th, 2012 · Comments Off · technology
If you had 5 minutes on stage what would you say? What if you only got 20 slides and they rotated automatically after 15 seconds? Well, the folks organizing the seventh installment of Ignite Birmingham are waiting to give you an opportunity to find out…
May 23rd, 2011 · Comments Off · Online, technology
Two of our old fellow Shift Workspace office mates (and area natives) have been chosen to take part in this summer’s Y Combinator program. Yes, this is a big deal…
December 28th, 2010 · Comments Off · Take a moment, technology
GiveCamp Birmingham will be Alabama’s first foray into a project that has provided more than $1 million in services to non-profit organizations. There’s still time to register for the event this January…
December 27th, 2010 · Comments Off · technology
There’s a new Kickstarter effort underway in Birmingham – one that hopes to change the way that people go to sleep (and wake up).
March 9th, 2010 · 1 Comment · technology, The Terminal
It’s looking like we’re about to lose our offline home here in Birmingham, AL. There’s a group of folks in town though that are hoping that you’ll come out tonight and share your thoughts about how that won’t be allowed to happen…
July 7th, 2009 · Comments Off · technology, The City
The 23 in 23 campaign will get a new tool to add to its arsenal in the near future. Birmingham’s residents will soon be able to report neighborhood nuisances via their phone.