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Category Archives: Mass High Tech
Animetrics, a developer of advanced 3-D facial recognition and identification technology, has rolled out a new facial recognition system for law enforcement agencies.
The Conway, N.H.-based business has launched ID-Ready, a subscription-based online s… Continue reading
There has been a lot of investment activity going on with our neighbors to the north in the last 60 days.
Nearly $50 million in investments have been pumped into technology and life science companies in New Hampshire in the last two months, according … Continue reading
Bedford, N.H.-based Segway Inc. has announced the development of a new, three-wheeled, electric personal transporter for the public safety market, which the company expects to launch by year-end.
According to Segway president and CEO Roger Brown, the … Continue reading
Yshape, a Nashua engineering firm, aims to offer homeowners the first way to inexpensively monitor the efficiency of their oil, propane and natural gas usage — with a new $150 device the firm is looking to put into production by raising $60,000 on Ki… Continue reading
GT Advanced Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: GTAT) will develop and commercialize what it says is a new and less-expensive method of growing the crystal layers needed in the LED and other markets under an agreement announced Monday.
In a statement, the Nash… Continue reading
Military personnel in the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps in combat vehicles will be shielded with bulletproof windshields and doors made by the Milford, N.H. division of Saint-Gobain, a Paris-based company. Saint-Gobain Crystals was awarded a three-ye… Continue reading
Manchester, N.H-based Dyn, which provides domain name service (DNS) and e-mail delivery for enterprises, has received a $38 million Series A round led by North Bridge, the software company’s first institutional investment in 11 years. Continue reading
Concord-based healthcare data analytics startup Predilytics Inc. has raised $6 million in the company’s first round of venture capital funding, according to a federal filing. Continue reading
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an Ethernet testbed, has created a new consortium to help semiconductor businesses address the automotive industry’s requirement of in-vehicle networking. Continue reading
Conway, N.H.-based developer of 3-D facial recognition technology for the military and law enforcement Animetrics Inc. is expanding with a new office in Washington, D.C., the company said Tuesday. Continue reading