City, CPS Energy to collaborate against cyberattacks at new regional center
Through the new Alamo Regional Security Operations Center at Port San Antonio, city officials say they can collaborate closely with CPS Energy -- and possibly soon other local organizations -- to help each other better protect against cyberattacks.
San Antonio company partners with NASA to help create space technology
There are many projects around the world that are focused on the future of space technology and one local company, Astroport Space Technologies, has a new partnership with NASA that will have them at the forefront in creating out-of-this-world space ventures.
New paint removing laser system revolutionary in efficiency and safety
SAN ANTONIO – Port San Antonio is one of the technology hubs of the Alamo City and it already contributes more than $5 billion to the Texas economy, while creating tens of thousands of jobs. The laser is integral for the industry and it is revolutionary in its efficiency and safety. "The business value of removing paint by the system is high. XYREC chose San Antonio and Port SA because of the company’s partnership with the Southwest Research Institute and Port SA’s growing tech field. But using these back areas, these hidden areas, you’re going to see an awful lot of this type of groundbreaking research going on,” Perschbach said.
Startup at Port SA developing sorting robots that help FedEx
SAN ANTONIO Port San Antonio is the technology hub of the Alamo City and it is seemingly growing by the day and the companies on the campus are growing as well. Now, Plus One Robotics, a local startup at Port SA, is becoming an instrumental part of the world-wide delivery service. Port San Antonio is a hidden technological and economic gem of San Antonio and of Texas. Well, Austins doing a lot of great things, but in San Antonio, were doing some things that are even more impressive. You see what Plus One Robotics is doing with artificial intelligence, supervised autonomy and sensors, technology on robots.
UTSA students, Intertek collaborate in developing new system to test exhaust emissions
SAN ANTONIO Port San Antonio is home to several game-changing companies and one of them, Intertek, is currently utilizing a team of University of Texas at San Antonio students to stay at the forefront of their industry. Now, a team of University of Texas at San Antonio students, is helping in that endeavor. Raj Patel is a member of the The R2D2 Visionaries team, a group of UTSA students who helped develop a new system of testing exhaust emissions. UTSA emissions testing image 2. With the new system referred to as a bench, the sampling methods show tangible evidence of the final measurement much faster.