City Council’s Innovation and Technology Committee will test autonomous vehicles on Monday as the City contemplates self-driving shuttles in Brooks.
The City will begin experimenting with “smart” streetlights in the first project that will occur in San Antonio’s three innovation zones.
The so-called city within a city on the Southside sought four special-use designations deliberately, said Brooks CEO Leo Gomez.
“Sun Mountain,” a new Cruz Ortiz public sculpture honoring Frank Tejeda, was dedicated at Brooks on Wednesday morning.
Cuisine Solutions will make the largest investment to date at Brooks and join Nissei Plastic Machinery America and OKIN BPS on the campus in the coming years.
New developments at Brooks set to open in 2019, combined with a slate of other ribbon-cuttings in 2018, are a sign that the goal to attract employers is being achieved – with more to come.
A business process service company announced Monday it will open its U.S. headquarters at Brooks, with plans to offer more than 1,400 jobs locally.
Students will choose one of three pathways to study: biomedical research, medical professionals, or public health professionals.
The City of San Antonio is seeking information for a potential autonomous vehicle pilot program that would inform how driverless cars are used.
The leaders of two economic engines in South San Antonio emphasized collaboration – not contentiousness – to drive further growth of the local economy.