The Purdue Research Foundation announced Wednesday (Nov. 10) a collaboration with AT&T* to explore the potential of 5G technology to improve power management and reduce overall energy consumption in industrial manufacturing settings.
Innovation Partners Institute (IPI) at the Purdue Research Foundation together with the City of West Lafayette, the Indiana 5G Zone, and US Ignite announced the West Lafayette (WL) Smart City Challenge. This competition expects to tap into innovative solutions that improve public safety at Discovery Park.
Purdue Research Foundation’s Innovation Partners Institute (IPI) announced Thursday (Sept. 9) a data governance initiative designed to engage community members and instill trust in the technology built into the Discovery Park District (DPD) community.
For the Convergence Center for Innovation and Collaboration, that common focus is providing space and resources for academic research and private industry to collaborate, with the goal of seeing discoveries and innovations regularly make it out of the laboratory and into the world.
Purdue Research Foundation May 5, 20201 announced the establishment of the Experience Innovation Center (XCenter) focused on exploring innovative approaches to how people interact and work with technology. Located in Purdue University’s Discovery Park District, the center is a collaboration between UEGroup and the Purdue Polytechnic Institute, one of the 10 academic colleges at Purdue.
Purdue Research Foundation announced today that it will partner with Tilson, a national network deployment services firm, to build a connected community across the Discovery Park District. Tilson will create a neutral host technology infrastructure platform to bring advanced connectivity solutions and services to residents, retailers, companies, and innovators working alongside Purdue University faculty and students.
Purdue Discovery Park District (DPD) continues to build one of the most connected communities in the world, today announcing plans to install a private network in the District. SBA Communications, which specializes in wireless communications infrastructure, will build and manage the network.
Amid rapidly rising cases of COVID-19 in Indiana, the Innovation Partners Institute (IPI) at Purdue University and MavenSphere today launched a personal engagement app designed to give organizations a simple tool to help people monitor their COVID symptoms, track test results, and connect to important support tools and resources. The fully-HIPAA compliant app, KeepOthersSafe, is currently being used by employees at the Purdue Research Foundation.
Today, the Purdue Research Foundation’s Innovation Partners Institute (IPI) has resurrected the spirit that gave wings to MPATI in an effort to reach students in the Kankakee Valley School Corporation with a pilot program of a different sort. Instead of using Stratovision and airplanes, IPI has partnered with Wabash College, SBA Communications, Watch Communications, and the State of Indiana to connect 500 households to a wireless broadband network in support of remote learning.
Students in 500 households in a mostly rural area of northern Jasper County are in line to get access to high-speed internet in January, using the emerging technology of Citizens Broadband Radio Service. Purdue Research Foundation’s newly-formed Innovation Partners Institute is heading up the initiative to provide wireless broadband access to underserved areas of Indiana. The IPI initiative will help bring internet connectivity to K-12 students in the Kankakee School Corp. to support remote learning.