Smart Cities – Smart Futures

“Smart Cities—Smart Futures” Competition Draws Hundreds of Submissions, Supports Wisconsin Innovation Wisconsin higher education community submits ideas aiming to help shape and change the future of health care, transportation, housing, and education Milwaukee, WI – Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) today announced that it received 325 submissions from higher...

Security service professionals, company executives and college students gathered inside the Milwaukee School of Engineering's Grohmann Museum Auditorium Wednesday morning for the Cybersecurity Summit put on by Brookfield-based SysLogic. The summit informed attendees about new technologies in cybersecurity and how they can protect their businesses. The...

In just a few short years, we’ve come to expect miraculous things from our phones. It’s not enough to order a ride, anywhere, anytime. Consumers have become accustomed to seeing the car make its way toward them in real time. Consumer technology has advanced so rapidly...

Tech company looking for students from all majors Video clip Foxconn is currently recruiting for several hundred positions in Wisconsin. This week, they're bringing that job search to the UW campus. It's the start of Foxconn Days: a two-day event for students, alumni, and the public to learn about...

Smart cities, meet smart campus. With the upcoming Foxconn advanced manufacturing campus coming right around the corner, private and public institutions across the state have begun to think about the lasting impact the 20-million-square-foot campus will have on the area. The University of Wiscosnin-Parkside is one of...

[caption id="attachment_17128" align="alignright" width="399"]  Foxconn's Terry Gou and UW-Madison's Becky Blank[/caption] Foxconn Technology Group and the University of Wisconsin–Madison invites UW–Madison students, faculty and staff, and alumni, along with members of the public and their families, to attend Foxconn Day, to be held at Engineering Hall...

The Wisconsin Idea, Smart Cities, and our foray into the future by Ray Cross, University of Wisconsin System and Alan Yeung, Foxconn [caption id="attachment_17118" align="alignright" width="192"] Alan Yeung, Foxconn[/caption] One of the key reasons Foxconn chose Wisconsin to base its U.S. manufacturing and North American corporate headquarters harkens...

As cities get smarter, they are becoming more livable and more responsive—and today we are seeing only a preview of what technology could eventually do in the urban environment. Until recently, city leaders thought of smart technologies primarily as tools for becoming more efficient behind the scenes....