A city-owned building at 450 8th Avenue Southeast in St. Pete will soon become a hub for marine science, defense, and technology companies (From the July 2021 SPID newsletter).
“One of my dreams, and COVID proved it, is that internet is a utility like water, that everybody should have,” said Alison Barlow, executive director of the St. Petersburg Innovation District and co-lead of the Digital Inclusion Working Group (From the June 2021 SPID Newsletter).
The St. Pete Innovation District (SPID) is excited to be the location of the new, soon to-be-built home for the Tampa Bay Innovation Center (TBIC). (From the May 2021 SPID newsletter)
It has been stated many times that Tampa Bay area could be the next major tech hub and with CodeBoxx opening a new facility inside the Thrive DTSP building on 4th Street North in St. Pete on May 19 we are on the way. (From the May 2021 SPID newsletter)
On May 12, the Federal government launched the Broadband Emergency Benefit program to help individuals and families who are grappling with the digital inclusion gap. (From the May 2021 SPID newsletter)
The Innovation District is a test bed for smart city technology. Over the last two years the District along with national and local partners has begun four proof of concept projects: smart lighting, Guardians of the Gulf (STEAM education), smart intersection, and digital inclusion. (From the March 2021 SPID newsletter)
The St. Petersburg Innovation District is a test bed for smart city technology
TBIC announced their Innovation Accelerator Winter 2021 Cohort of five startups.
Tampa Bay Innovation Center (TBIC) was selected as a finalist for Powderkeg's 2020 National Tech Culture Awards.
The St. Petersburg Science Festival is looking for scientists, technologists, researchers, etc. to feature in a year-round Scientists in the Sun online campaign.
Join us on March 3, 2021 to learn about the District's smart city projects and our progress so far.
The 3rd Annual State of Science featured local innovators (and a national artist) who shared their work that is often at the intersection of science, technology and art.
The Innovation District hosted a special event on September 24, 2019 to showcase these individuals and their stories. There was a series of eight fast-paced, brief presentations.
Blockchain breakdown: Special guest Sean Stein Smith talks blockchain, cryptocurrency and the intersection of financial industries.
Forensic Science or Fauxrensic Science? Alison and guests talk about another hidden science gem in Tampa Bay, DNA analysis, and myth busting CSI.
Program creates access to ultra-fast network, allowing city to incorporate new technology that residents and visitors can benefit from
What is a “Smart City?” How can technology help St. Petersburg and other communities address challenges like transportation, water, safety, and education?
Local professors talk innovations in STEM education, inspiration and bringing Magic School bus to life through VR