In 2017, Scanalytics formed key partnerships to help the startup get to the next stage of growth. Scanalytics partnered with Intel, won the Cisco competition, and received an award from the U.S. Department of Energy. Joe Scanlin said, “Given our growth activity as of late, we’re going to be raising our series A.”
It may surprise you to learn there’s a tour guide in your pocket. sing the same technology as the popular search game Pokemon Go, the StriveOn app tracks pedestrians’ movements via GPS and directs them to nearby points of interest.
Scanalytics received an award from the US Department of Energy ARPA-E to develop next-generation floor sensing technology to reduce energy use in commercial buildings.
Cottage Grove village officials announced the launch of Polco, an engagement platform where residents can directly influence the community decision-making process.
Chippewa Valley residents now have a new way to make their voice hear without having to leave their house. The City of Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, and the City of Altoona are paring up with Polco.
Ideawake provides software and online resources that enable corporations to tap the knowledge and creativity of their employees so that they can innovate and grow like a startup.
“If I’ve learned one thing over this whole entire time of being an entrepreneur is when you’re riding the waves, put on the gas,” said Coby Skonord, co-founder of Ideawake.
Polco aims to break the dysfunctional cycle of civic engagement by offering a new communication platform that gives citizens a way to voice their opinions and ideas.
MeeperBots, co-founder Jim Brandon, holds a working model of the company's Bluetooth-enabled motorized LEGO car at the Innovation Center in Whitewater, WI.
Some of the recent accomplishments of just 12 of the many successful University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student entrepreneurs and entrepreneur alumni. Congratulations to all of them on their fantastic accomplishments!
Join Wisconsin Technology Council on Thursday, Aug. 24 at Wisconsin Brewing Co. in Verona from 6 to 9 p.m. for a casual evening of food, craft beer and live music to celebrate Wisconsin’s innovation and technology culture.
Founder of Scanalytics Inc. , UW-Whitewater graduate Joe Scanlin, says the software can help create "intelligent buildings" and provide an understanding of how everyone in a given space interacts.
The July 24th episode featured Henry Schwartz of MobCraft Beer. Schwartz discussed what makes MobCraft unique, his experience crowdfunding, and MobCraft's growth plans.
Thirty companies and nonprofit organizations have been selected as finalists for the 2017 Wisconsin Innovation Awards. The winners will be announced at the public awards ceremony on 10/4. Good luck Classmunity!
Scanalytics earned first place in the Best Smart Building technology category at Viva Technology 2017, an IoT for business development competition.
After winning first place at Viva Technology, sponsored by Cisco, Scanalytics and Cisco began collaborating to create a new use for the smart floor technology.
The Governor's Business Plan Contest serves as a platform for up-and-coming ideas and companies. As Joe Scanlin recalled, "It was really refreshing to see how people from Wisconsin are out there solving real problems."
Classmunity is a fundraising management platform designed to help K-12 schools fundraise more efficiently, and help them monitor and reduce fraud. Classmunity returns a minimum of 91 percent to schools.
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: The Podcast” features Nick Mastronardi, CEO of Polco.