Robotic gardens are on track in 10 public schools

Tuesday January 12, 2021

The Engine-4 Innovation Center received a $187,021 grant from the Department of Economic Development and Commerce (DDEC) to install 10 automated gardens Farmbot in an equal number of public high schools. The project is dedicated to promoting the use of technology in the field of agriculture and training students and teachers to use it.

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Engine-4 opens first lab focused on IoT and artificial intelligence

Friday October 30, 2020

Engine-4 expands with a $623,000 public investment for the construction of the NB-IoT focused lab in Bayamon, Puerto Rico.

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Engine-4 and T-Mobile join forces to innovate in agriculture with 5G network

Wednesday September 30, 2020

Engine-4 and T-Mobile join forces to innovate in agriculture with the 5G network in the first innovation laboratory where they aim to develop solutions, products and companies that leverage this new network in T-Mobile's Innovation 5G NB-IoT LAB. Among the projects being worked on, the equipment to be used are the GRONO agricultural robot, the CNC Machine FarmBot and drones such as the DJI 600 Pro and others.

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T-Mobile partner with Engine-4 to Found the First 5G and NB-IoT Lab

Monday September 21, 2020

T-Mobile announced that has joined Engine-4 as a founding partner of the first 5G & NB-IOT Open Innovation LAB in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, with the purpose of bringing developers, startups, companies, academic institutions and government institutions together with the collaboration of corporate partners.

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Innovation to accelerate access to molecular testing

Tuesday June 02, 2020

At Engine-4's laboratory in Bayamón, together with the Trede Company, we advance the design and three-dimensional printing of resin swabs for molecular testing of COVID-19 so Puerto Rico will dont' depend on receiving these essential components from outside the country in the fight to contain the pandemic.

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Empresas tecnológicas juntan fuerzas por el Observatorio de Arecibo

Friday September 20, 2019

Empresas lideres en tecnología forman una alianza junto a Engine-4 y el Observatorio de Arecibo con el objetivo de exponer al mundo la data recopilada por el observatorio durante 50 años. Microsoft dará acceso gratuito a su plataforma en la nube Azure; Hewlett Packard Enterprise y Aruba Networks aportaran equipos para la infraestructura; Fiber X dará a Engine-4 una conexión dedicada de 10 gbps; y Ricoh instaló una pantalla 4K colaborativa de 86 pulgadas, para visualizar datos y que otros equipos se conecten al dispositivo para hacer traba jo colaborativo en tiempo real.

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