FC Cincinnati goes high tech
FC Cincinnati partnered with Aruba to outfit the team’s 26,000-seat TQL Stadium with its edge services platform network. The facility is fully digitized and designed to be entirely cashless, leveraging various wired and wireless Aruba products.
PatientPoint platform wins silver award
PM360, a publication for pharma marketing decision-makers, has named PatientPoint’s Wait-Time Communication Platform the Point of Care Trailblazer 2021 Silver winner. The platform was developed in response to the changing patient wait-time experience, particularly during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CID forms advisory council
The Cincinnati Innovation District (CID) announced the formation of an Advisory Council, which will include distinguished national business leaders, each with a connection to Cincinnati and the state of Ohio. The focus will be to provide executive-level expertise and guidance to the CID leadership and connect potential opportunities to the district.
Flexible packaging and materials science
ProAmpac, which focuses on flexible packaging and materials science, demonstrated its sustainable innovations at Pack Expo 2021. The company spotlighted its recently introduced ProActive Recyclable solutions, including an expanded portfolio of paper structures. In addition, ProAmpac demonstrated its virtual packaging prototyping software branded MAKR.
P&G Ventures launches accelerator initiative
P&G Ventures is partnering with Plug and Play to launch Series P, an accelerator initiative that will provide opportunities to develop product technology and business strategies. The program includes workshops, webinars and networking in industry agnostics, health and wellness, brand and retail, office hours and mentorship.
AddUp installs fusion printer at OSU
The Ohio State University (OSU) and AddUp announced the installation of a FormUp 350 Laser Powder Bed Fusion printer at OSU’s Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence. The partnership will offer students, researchers and faculty expanded opportunities to develop cutting-edge additive manufacturing processes and complement AddUp’s six FormUp 350 printers being installed at the company’s nearby Cincinnati facility.