SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Aug. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- DENSO, the world's second largest mobility supplier, announced today it is investing $1.42 million to launch a Smart Mobility Ecosystem in Dublin, Ohio, designed to enhance transportation. In the project, DENSO is working with a coalition of municipal, state, business and academic partners to test and implement infrastructure technologies, create value-added mobility services, and gather previously untapped data that are vital to increasing road and pedestrian safety and reducing travel times. This initiative supports DENSO's long-term policy to create new value for advanced mobility, and boosts its expansion into software-based solutions as it explores new business domains and new customers.Read more
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center continues to expand its ambulatory care network with a new, large outpatient care center planned for Dublin.
Pending approval by university trustees this week, Ohio State will continue the process to acquire 34 acres of land owned by the city of Dublin near State Route 161, State Route 33 and Shier Rings Road. Dublin City Council will hear the first reading on this proposed land purchase during its March 11 meeting.Read more
Smart-vehicle testing in Dublin likely won’t begin until the next year or so, but drivers probably won’t even realize test vehicles are passing them on the road, according to Patrick Soller.
Soller is general manager with Alten-Cresttek, an engineering services company in Dublin hired to provide engineering services and public engagement for the Route 33 Smart Mobility Corridor.Read more
Dublin, a quaint suburb in Ohio’s capital, Columbus has been quietly and efficiently pursuing a blockchain project focused on personal identity.
This was revealed through a request for proposal (RFP) document published last month. This makes Dublin join the list of many municipal governments who are trying to explore the various possibilities offered by blockchain.Read more
“The purpose of life is not to increase its velocity.” – Gandhi
My ancestors came to America from the southern regions of Italy and populated New York City, as well as many small towns in Upstate New York and Pennsylvania. It surprised people unfamiliar with the unique and specifically local and regional nature of Italy that, even though I am of Italian ancestry, I did not visit Venice in northern Italy until I was nearly 40 years old.
I was there for my honeymoon. It was a glorious, sunny day. The Grand Canal and especially the Rialto Bridge at dusk captured me like love itself, and though northern and southern Italy are as different as the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, I knew I had, in some deep sense, returned “home.”
My new wife and I were headed to the site of La Fenice, the iconic opera house which had mysteriously burned to the ground in the late 1990s. She loves opera and I love walking in cities and meeting people.Read more
Because of its "walkable" neighborhoods, Dublin will be come a second hub for a fast-growing San Francisco-area maker of software for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Veeva Systems Inc. is moving its 39 employees from a customer support center in Hilliard to Dublin and adding 90 additional jobs over the next five years, according to an incentive proposal before Dublin City Council. The new site is both an operations and customer service center, according to the state Development Services Agency.Read more
Seal Software Opens Business Development Center in Ohio and Appoints Sales Veteran to Drive National Expansion
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Seal Software, the leading provider of contract discovery and analytics, today announced the opening of a new business development center in Dublin, Ohio. The center will create new jobs in the Columbus area and centralize Seal’s Americas Inside Sales team.
The new center will house business development representatives and inside sales executives, tasked with presenting the value of Seal’s contract discovery and analytics technology to U.S. enterprises.Read more
A new public-private partnership entered by Ohio State University (OSU) and the city of Dublin, Ohio, is bringing new connected and self-driving vehicle research to the state’s Smart Mobility Corridor.
A partnership between Dublin, OSU, the Transportation Research Center (TRC), and the Intel-owned software firm Wind River will look to “develop strategies and technologies that safely and securely increase the pace, quality, development, testing, and deployment of self-driving and other connected vehicle technologies,” according to a June 7 announcement from Wind River. The alliance builds on two years of self-driving vehicle technology research in Ohio, a state that has begun to make a name for itself in an emerging technology sector.Read more
Ohio University and Dublin are putting the finishing touches on plans that envision the city's last big expanse of undeveloped land evolving into a bustling district of people studying, researching, inventing, working and living.
What Dublin calls its West Innovation District currently is 1,100 acres that is mostly farmland, with the four buildings of Ohio University's medical campus at its center. If plans pan out over the next 30 to 50 years, that acreage could be packed with research facilities, offices, parks, light manufacturing and homes — but not the classic Dublin four-bedroom, three-car-garage variety.Read more
Dublin, OH (PRWEB) March 13, 2017 - Infoverity, a leading provider of Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information (PIM) strategy and implementation solutions, today announced the expansion of its global Managed Services capabilities, with the opening of a new and dedicated facility at the company's headquarters at 5131 Post Road in Dublin, Ohio and the addition of six new software engineers.Read more