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ARPA-E Funds Xerox PARC Mobile App Project for Energy-Saving Travel

PARC has received funds from the Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to develop a mobile application model that will cater to individual travelers and drive energy savings in transportation. Under ARPA-E’s Traveler Response Architecture using Novel Signaling for Network Efficiency in Transportation program, the Xerox-owned company said Tuesday it will partner with …

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Xerox PARC, NRI Enter Data Analytics, Info Security R&D Partnership

Xerox’s PARC subsidiary and consulting firm Nomura Research Institute have teamed up to develop new technological platforms for medium-size and large corporate organizations through research and development collaboration. The companies will work to explore project opportunities in the areas of data analytics, information technology systems, information security and consulting services under …

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Xerox Lands Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension System Contract; Don Hubicki Comments

Xerox’s CPAS company has been selected to assist in the Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension System’s administration in an effort to centralize the system’s record keeping operations. Police and fire retirees and members will have access to benefit statements, estimates, balances and payment information via CPAS technology under the three-year contract, Xerox …

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Booz Allen-Xerox PARC Team to Eye Sensor Tech, Internet of Things

Booz Allen Hamilton and Xerox‘s PARC subsidiary have partnered to offer technical expertise to government and commercial organizations as both companies aim to help clients address their mission and business challenges. Michael Farber, a Booz Allen executive vice president, said Thursday the alliance will also explore strategies to integrate PARC’s sensor technology and …

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DARPA Extends Xerox Subsidiary’s Disappearing Electronics Contract; Gregory Whiting Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has extended a contract with Xerox‘s PARC subsidiary for continued development work on a transient electronics technology. PARC made the Disintegration Upon Stress Release Trigger for DARPA’s Vanishing Programmable Resources program as the agency seeks to develop electronic systems that dissappear on command, Xerox said Wednesday. “This technology can …

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Xerox PARC to Build Micro-PV Cell Printer for DOE’s ARPA-E

PARC, a Xerox company, will develop a prototype micro-photovoltaic cell printer for the Energy Department as part of the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy‘s Micro-scale Optimized Solar-cell Arrays with Integrated Concentration program. Xerox said Wednesday the program aims to facilitate the high-volume, economical production of micro-PV cell arrays. The company added that PARC will utilize digital xerographic assembly …

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Xerox Gets CMS Certification for Data Mgmt Tool in New Hampshire

Xerox has received a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services certification in New Hampshire for a platform the company built to process Medicaid applications. The company said Tuesday its Xerox Health Enterprise system received the certification after the roduct passed the Medicaid Enterprise Certification Toolkit’s federal requirements. New Hampshire Medicaid has used the platform since March 2013 …

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Xerox’s Paul Smith Named Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association Chairman; Peter Kallai Comments

Paul Smith, vice president of Xerox’s research center in Canada, has been elected chairman of the Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association, Graphic Arts Magazine reported Thursday. He assumed the new role after CPEIA formed its first board of directors and promoted Peter Kallai, formerly executive director of the organization, to …

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Xerox’s Chuck Brooks: Preparation, Commitment Key for Govt-Industry Cyber Partnerships

A new level of public-private collaboration is needed to implement data sharing, incident response and detection strategies to prevent future cyber attacks, Xerox executive Chuck Brooks writes in a Federal Times opinion piece published Tuesday. Brooks, vice president and client executive for the Department of Homeland Security at Xerox, says …

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Connie Harvey: Xerox Invests in Cloud-Based Healthcare Delivery System

Xerox Corp. has invested in HealthSpot‘s cloud-based care delivery system in an effort to expand patient access to healthcare. HealthSpot plans to deliver its kiosks to retail pharmacies, care centers and emergency departments across the country over the next five years under the agreement, Xerox said Wednesday. Connie Harvey, chief operating officer of commercial …

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