SYNCFAB Introduces 2.0 Advanced Manufacturing Platform at STiR 2016 Demo Day - BLOG

SYNCFAB Introduces 2.0 Advanced Manufacturing Platform at STiR 2016 Demo Day

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September 16, 2016 – SYNCFAB CEO, Jeremy, with the CIO of San Leandro City, Deborah Acosta, introduced the launch of a new SYNCFAB 2.0 platform solution for regional advanced manufacturing in response to an Economic Development Challenge at San Francisco STiR Demo Day 2016.
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With STIR and DOE CESMI feedback – SyncFab has redeveloped an online platform that maps and connects buyers to automated manufacturers by who is Local and who is Clean. SYNCFAB 2.0 will launch this Fall.

The 2016 STIR program was supported by a number of organizations including a grant from the Economic Development Administration, Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Civic Makers, ImpactHubSF, Runway Incubator, Wearable IoT World Labs as well as several thought leaders and mentors. San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee joined Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, San Leandro Mayor Pauline Cutter, and West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon to announce the results of the 2016 Startup in Residence (STIR) program and to highlight new technology products developed from the sixteen week program to address regional civic challenges. “The Startup in Residence program is a model for civic innovation and regional collaboration,” said Mayor Lee. “This program is a unique opportunity for government agencies and startups to think creatively about how we can all work together to modernize government to benefit residents.” “Expansion of the STIR program to additional cities in the region has accelerated our willingness to explore new technologies and learn from each other,” said Mayor Cutter. “We look forward to growing these city collaborations in the years to come.” On Behalf of the SYNCFAB Team – Many Thanks to San Leandro Mayor Pauline Cutter, San Leandro Chief Innovation Officer Deborah Acosta, the San Leandro Chamber of Commerce and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s Office of Civic Innovation STiR Team!

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