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Tampa-based drone company key to hurricane weather reports, damage assessments

FlyMotion, a Tampa-based drone company, is actively engaged in assessing damage post-Irma and is helping with weather forecasts as well. 

CEO Ryan English says his company deployed 18 teams across Florida to assist, according to an article in AOPA, an industry publication.

Read more in Air and Space magazine.

Tampa Hackerspace group, Team Miles, earns a ticket to Mars

A group of volunteer innovators working out of Tampa Hackerspace built a miniature satellite picked by NASA to ride along on a 2019 voyage to Mars.

The 17-member Team Miles led by Wes Faler was one of just three chosen by NASA.

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3 things to encourage startup success? See what Tampa is doing

Tampa is among cities transforming themselves and developing new approaches to age-old urban issues while also creating opportunities for entrepreneurs.

A recent conversation led by Digi.City at the University of Tampa outlined progress and room for growth.

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Tampa Bay WaVE: Leading local startups to success

Linda Olson, the Founder of Tampa Bay WaVE, shares her experiences, challenges and opportunities in an interview with online publication Engine. 

She talks about the thriving tech ecosystem and what's next for Tampa's best known co-working space, which is now in the Channel District of downtown.

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Tampa Bay WaVE opens 2nd office in Channel District

Tampa Bay WaVE, an incubator for startups in downtown Tampa, is opening a second office in the Channel District close to Port Tampa Bay.

The new office will open in Channelside Bay Plaza in space once occupied by the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce.

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Taking a break from screen time: Local urban placemaking expert chills over board games

Placemaking consultant Peter Kageyama of St. Petersburg has discovered how to unwind from his busy travel schedule and frequent screen time. He turns to board games for intellectual stimulation and the socialization that face-to-face competition brings.

The author and adviser to St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman says he's found his tribe in board gaming.

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Are you bilingual? If so, a Clearwater company may have a job for you

As the Tampa Bay Area's population grows increasingly diverse so too does the need for language interpreters, especially when nearly everyone regardless of ethnic or cultural background seeks help sooner or later.

Enter a Clearwater company called Stratus Video that is meeting the demand for interpreters and in the process realizing record profits.

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Nonstop flights from Tampa Bay Area to other Bay Area coming soon

Tampa International Airport (@FlyTPA on Twitter) scores nonstop flights to San Francisco starting in February 2017.

The long-sought flights will be operated by United and will take five to six hours each way.

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Download Florida Stories app to take walking history tour of Ybor City

A new app created by friends of Ybor City is now available for download. Smart phone users can follow along with an oral history about Jose Marti's experiences in Tampa in the 1800s.

The app represents a partnership among the Florida Humanities, the Ybor City Chamber of Commerce, Visit Tampa Bay and Tucker Hall. Long-time Historian Gary Mormino provides the narrative.

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Sofwerx, Thunderdome Project troll for innovation, entrepreneurs

James "Hondo'' Geurts is heading up a new idea lab in Ybor City that is designed to troll for innovations that could make military life safer for Americans stationed all over the globe. 

The idea is to attract innovative thinking and new solutions for problems that can result in injuries and death. 

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TIA, TECO announce mega-solar project at Tampa airport

Tampa Electric is building a solar array at Tampa International Airport (TIA) that will be large enough to generate enough power to fuel 250 homes on a daily basis.

The sustainable alternative energy project is the largest yet for TECO and takes advantage of space offered by the sprawling airport in West Tampa.

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Tampa, St. Pete in running for $40M in federal transportation grants

The City of Tampa and the City of St. Pete are pitching innovative ideas in their quest for a major federal grant intended to enhance transportation in urban neighborhoods.

Pinellas County's largest city proposes a new gondola ride system, while Hillsborough County's biggest city is going after funding to enable additional technology on a free downtown shuttle, a smart parking system and a pilot project for autonomous vehicles.

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A guide to finding startup funding in the Tampa Bay region

The question of how to find startup funding in Tampa Bay is on the minds of many of the young entrepreneurs and would-be business owners who attend Tampa Bay Startup Week. Central Florida has not yet established a firm network of angel investors and venture capitalists, but money can be found.

83 Degrees Media Innovation & Job News Editor Justine Benstead offers a quick guide to available funding and funders in the Tampa Bay region.

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Made in Tampa: Flight simulators train military, commercial aviation around globe

Learning to fly aircraft is no easy task but doing so safely whether you're a newbie or an experienced pro is enhanced by flight simulators made in Tampa. 

CAE USA makes about 75 percent of flight simulators used around the globe for military and civilian pilots.

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Today's Times: 25 most influential business leaders in Tampa Bay area

Jim 'Hondo' Geurts, Judy Genshaft, Bill Edwards, Joe Lopano are expected to be the most influential of 25 top business leaders in the Tampa Bay region in 2016, according to a list compiled by the Tampa Bay Times.

Many of the names on the list are familiar on the local scene but others are carving out new space within their own unique spheres of influence.

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