Archive for the ‘Enterprise’ Category

2018 Real Estate Outlook:
Dallas Still a Top U.S. Market

Posted by Kerry Curry

Dallas’s real estate market has a lot going for it: A great workforce and affordable housing, to name a couple.

Dallas-Fort Worth ranks No. 5 on a “U.S. Markets to Watch: Overall Real Estate Prospects,” a list within the 2018 …

Aces of Space

Posted by Hanah Cho

Lockheed Martin and Boeing are some of the big guns that anchor Dallas-Fort Worth’s aerospace and aviation industry, a major engine for the region’s economy. But these corporate giants aren’t the only ones with the right stuff.

A number of

AT&T Smart Cities Moves Into Infrastructure Safety With New Monitoring System

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas-based AT&T Inc. is ready to deliver Smarts Cities technology that can remotely monitor structural and environmental factors affecting the safety of roadways and infrastructure that are aging or in disrepair.

“Safety is a top concern of citizens and cities …

On Tap: MLK Parade, Founders Live & Franchise Expo South

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

Breaking the Mold: North Texas Companies to Keep On Your Innovation Radar

Posted by Sheryl Jean

More than a dozen companies operate innovation labs, test centers, or teams in North Texas — add these to your watch list.

Farmer Brothers
A coffee lab does exactly what it sounds like: Development, taste testing, quality control, and training.

Smarter, Stronger, Savvier:
5 Companies Pushing Innovation Boundaries

Posted by Sheryl Jean

It seems straight out of a sci-fi flick: Engineers and designers researching and testing inventions in sleek, high-tech labs.

It’s real. More corporations in North Texas, the nation’s fourth-largest metro area, are designating special dens, and devoting teams to accelerate …

Dallas Invents: 74 Patents Granted for Week of Jan. 2

Posted by Dallas Innovates

Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of

Invention: A Look Back at Historic Firsts With North Texas Ties

Posted by Sheryl Jean

Integrated Circuit
In 1958, Jack Kilby, an engineer for Texas Instruments Inc. in Dallas, built the world’s first integrated circuit, which is in all consumer electronics today. Kilby and other engineers also invented the first handheld, digital calculator in 1967.

Dallas Innovates — the Magazine

Posted by Dallas Innovates

POP. FIZZ. (CLINK.) We’ve completed our second year, and we begin our third with a toast to the newest member of the family — Dallas Innovates 2018, an annual magazine highlighting Dallas-Fort Worth as a hub for innovation. You can

Research+Development:
Ones to Watch

Posted by Jeff Bounds

Research and development play a starring role in the innovation landscape. Here are five folks hard at work helping to take Dallas-Fort Worth—and beyond—into the future.


Thomas Bamonte
Senior program manager, automated vehicles, North Central Texas Council of Governments’ transportation