As we look toward new opportunities in 2024, take a moment to reflect with us on the milestones of the last year.
As part of the Tulsa Hub for Equitable and Trustworthy Autonomy (THETA), TIL and our partners are issuing a request for information (RFI) to learn more about technology available for secure autonomy testing capabilities.
Empowering Lifecycle Clean Energy in Tulsa brings together stakeholders to expand the region’s energy sector
Tulsa's "Tech Hub" designation is a significant component of EDA's strategy to invest in regions with the potential to become global hubs of innovation and a significant endorsement of our region’s strength in driving technological advancements in key Tulsa industries. It is also a clear indicator of Tulsa's strategic shift toward creating, utilizing and selling cutting-edge technology to strengthen our local economy.
TRAM Summit featured principal industry stakeholders with experiences and talents originating from across the world. Kicking off the summit in the opening fireside chat, Billy Nolen, former acting FAA Administrator, spoke about his experiences in leading the largest transportation agency of the United States government.
A consortium of Tulsa partners, led by Tulsa Innovation Labs, is now eligible for up to $75 million in federal funding to accelerate the advanced development of autonomous technologies.
In 2015 the drone industry was worth about $4 billion. By 2030, the drone industry is anticipated to be worth about $55 billion. With the rapid acceleration of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the market, there can’t be traditional solutions to the ever-growing list of concerns. Answers must be found out of the box.
The autonomous systems revolution has arrived, and Tulsa is well-positioned to harness the power of these technologies to become the heartland’s “Tech Hub.”
New Oklahoma Cyber Innovation Institute to resolve global challenges, advance state’s future as a cyber research, development and educational hub
As an economic developer I don't usually find myself trying to hack AI models. But thanks to a recent partnership between Microsoft and Black Tech Street (BTS), with support from Tulsa Innovation Labs, that is exactly what I found myself doing in Las Vegas last week. Let me explain.
Air taxis could fill transportation gaps in rural areas and between smaller communities in the region, says Tulsa Innovation Labs.