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Plymouth IoT Startup NimbeLink Surpasses $10m In Annual Revenue

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“At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, several weeks ago, one hot display that had as much to do with nature as the hottest cellular-based gadgets drew thousands of onlookers.

Plymouth-based NimbeLink, a small, fast-growing provider of modems and “asset trackers,” displayed thousands of bees at work in hives, enclosed in a huge glass case. Normally, one wouldn’t connect the work of a bee to a technology conference, however captivating the scene.”

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Connected Car Co. Zubie Catches Capital Infusion

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“MINNEAPOLIS, February 7, 2019 – Zubie, a leading connected-car platform and telematics data insights provider, today announced that it has closed an additional round of funding to fuel growth. Existing investors BP and Melody Capital provided the capital infusion. Paget L. Alves and Dennis Huber will join Zubie’s Board of Directors.”

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UMN Doctors Are Developing ‘Smart Pills’ For Medication Adherence

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Via Washington Post

“When his chemotherapy patients leave the hospital to continue treatment at home, Edward Greeno faces a new challenge. He can no longer ensure they’re taking their medicine. Greeno, the medical director of the Masonic Cancer Clinic at the University of Minnesota, has come to realize that some patients, like children hiding naughty behavior from a parent, will fudge the truth to avoid his disapproval, even when their health is at risk.”

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State Pays Wisconsin Tech Co. Alula In HQ Relocation To St. Paul

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“MINNEAPOLIS – Alula, the leader in smart security systems for dealers, has leased 68,000 square-feet at CSM Corporation’s Midway Innovation Center I in St. Paul. Alula will move from their current headquarters and production center in Hudson, WI to St. Paul*.”

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Minnesota’s Banner Engineering Is A Well Kept Secret In The Sensor Industry

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“The sensor looks like a hockey puck — but it saves McDonald’s and other companies a whole lot of money. This Banner Engineering sensor hides beneath the drive-through lanes and feeds McDonald’s the number of cars that go through the line and how fast it takes for each driver to receive their food.”

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Atmosphere IoT Taps Former MIMA Pres Ryan Arnholt As Marketing Lead

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Ryan Arnholt has been hired as Director of Marketing at Atmosphere IoT. Arnholt will be planning and leading marketing initiatives at the software startup.

Jeff Liebl, President and CEO of Atmosphere, said “We’re in a fast-moving industry and have a lot of moving targets in front of us as we build out our marketing capabilities. Ryan’s depth and breadth of experience is exactly what we need as we focus on accelerating growth.”

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Minnesota’s Biggest IoT Company Is Moving

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“MINNETONKA, Minn., Oct. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Digi International, (NASDAQ: DGII), a leading global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, and Minnesota’s largest IoT company, today announced a new headquarters at Excelsior Crossings in Hopkins, Minnesota. The company anticipates moving into the new facility in early 2019.”

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Minneapolis IoT Startup Vitals Names Janeé Harteau President

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“Minneapolis, MN – (Sept. 25, 2018) Former Minneapolis police chief Janeé Harteau has been named president of Vitals Aware Services, a new company creating technology for social good. Harteau joined the company in October 2017 as the chief of public safety, primarily focusing on rolling out the VitalsTM app service to law enforcement agencies across Minnesota. She has also been responsible for creating best practices for police department on-boarding, trainings and policy development.

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