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Linda Honey offers her palms and shrugs. “It’s just a convoluted mess,” said Honey, co-owner of Timely Testing, a drug and alcohol testing company that started in Northern Nevada and later branched down to Las Vegas. Honey, sitting inside the Timely Testing headquarters in south Reno, is referring to two recent changes.
A new city of Las Vegas partnership with the Boston-based tech company Soofa is helping take the guesswork out of public transportation downtown, with a little help from the Southern Nevada sun. Solar panel-powered digital boards are going in at each of the city’s seven Downtown Loop stops, giving riders updates about when the next shuttle will arrive and other downtown-relevant content.
Nevada won’t be the first place to get a working version of Hyperloop One. But the futuristic mode of transportation could still be built in the Silver State at some point, Hyperloop One officials said. The company announced Sept. 14 that it had selected 10 routes worldwide, none in Nevada, that are viable for a working Hyperloop track. The company also announced it had begun a feasibility study on a route in Colorado.
The Second Annual Channels for Innovation Summit will be a showcase of successful pilot projects, discussion of funding and partnership models that have delivered powerful innovations, and analysis of the ways transformative technologies have improved the financial performance of water providers. Participants also will hear from creators of new technology during “Technology Speed Pitching,” in which technology executives provide a fast overview of their cutting-edge developments.
Preparation for the ninth National Clean Energy Summit 9.0: Integrating Innovation is underway. The Summit is October 13, 2017 in Las Vegas. The National Clean Energy Summit is the national stage for clean energy development discussions and serves as the country’s most visible and influential gathering of leaders and top policymakers.
A Nevada firm has become the first company in the nation approved to fly drones over the Las Vegas Strip. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Wednesday that aerospace company AviSight will be able to fly above the resort corridor including the strip.