Department of Defense

The Last Word: Lone Star Analysis CEO on the Power of ‘Evil Twins’ in Predictive Maintenance

by | Jun 26, 2024
"We want to know how the seeds of future failures are sown," Roemerman, CEO of the Dallas-based analytics firm, said in an announcement. "This kind of digital twin predicts what will fail, why it will fail, and when it will fail. In some cases, these predictions can see months into the future."
Dallas’ One Network Enterprises Acquired for $839M by Arizona-Based Blue Yonder
by | Mar 29, 2024
One Network's solutions help everyone from Tom Thumb to the U.S. Navy gain end-to-end visibility and control over their supply chains. Founder and chairman Greg Brady says the company's acquisition by Blue Yonder will form "a backbone" of the "new supply chain of the future."
Defense Department Awards $30M to Create UT Dallas ‘Energy Storage Systems Campus’
by | Sep 18, 2023
The $30 million UTD-led project aims "to accelerate the transition and scaling of next-generation batteries," while reducing dependence on scarce critical materials. Led by UTD biology professor Dr. Kyeongjae Cho, the initiative will include the construction of a new research facility at the Richardson IQ.
UTA Researcher Wins DoD Grant for Cutting-Edge Metal Manufacturing Machines, Paving the Way for Tools on Ships at Sea—and on Mars
by | Jul 31, 2023
Emma Yang, an industrial engineering expert, will use the funds to purchase 3-D hybrid manufacturing equipment that can print metals and alloys. UT Arlington calls the equipment critical to the education of the next generation of scientists and engineers. 

Follow the Money: Applied Blockchain Files for Nasdaq IPO, Aircraft Maker Lands New Investors, and More

by | Apr 8, 2022
What companies are finding funding or having a big exit? From startup investments to grants and acquisitions, Dallas Innovates tracks what’s happening in North Texas money.
Dallas-based Adyton Launches Mustr App to ‘Revolutionize’ How Critical-Mission Military Teams Operate
by | Oct 6, 2021
Adyton was founded in 2018 by two U.S. Army special forces veterans. Their "mobile technology with a mission" aims to pull actionable information in real time from critical-skill military teams—from the lowest first-line supervisor all the way up to the commanding officer.
Dallas-Based One Network Enterprises to Modernize the U.S. Navy’s Supply Chain With a New $43M Contract
by | Nov 4, 2020
One Network, which recently also was awarded a $62M contract by the Air Force, will provide the Navy with a modernized global platform that will support both ashore and afloat capabilities.
From Tanks to Teleportation: Defense Innovation Unit Partners on Podcast About National Security and Commercial Tech
by | Jul 16, 2020
The ten-episode series hosted by Dallas-native DIU Texas Lead Zach Walker and founding_media's Dan Dillard explores the intersection of technology, business, and national security.