For owner-operators in fleets using Driver Choice, it means their carrier is giving the driver better tools to run their business successfully within the fleet, especially when paired with the McLeod Driver Mobile App and the information that app provides about pay, and the ways it expedites the settlement process.
LoadMaster Trip Management is another new module released in version 19.1 This module gives carriers the tools to interactively plan details of trips with the driver's input, and actively manage those trips while they are under way.
Rajput says that furthermore, Biofourmis will invest in developing treatment products with biopharmaceutical approaches including randomized clinical trials and clinical data generation, and say itll pursue collaborations with partners like American Heart Associations Center for Health Technology Innovations Innovator Network, the Mayo Clinic, and Novartis.
Ann Arbor, MI-based startup Clinc , which is focused on developing conversational artificial intelligence software for use in chatbots, has raised $52 million in a Series B round, the company announced this week.
Emma Furlong, Clincs director of marketing, says the company plans to increase its headcount from roughly 75 people to 140 by the end of the year.
Lingjia Tang, Clincs co-founder and chief operating officer, is a professor of computer science at U-M, and Furlong says ongoing in-house research projects continue to drive the company forward.
Clincs new Ann Arbor office will include a training space for its customers and their employees, where they can learn how to use and personalize the companys chatbot software.
Martin Motion, a robotics team made up of students from nine local high schools, recently competed at the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Central Illinois Regional in Peoria, as well as the Idaho FRC Regional in Nampa, Idaho.
40 teams competed at the Central Illinois Regional, where Martin Motion finished with a rank of 11, serving as captain of alliance number eight.
Finishing with a rank of nine and serving as captain of alliance number six, Martin Motions robot suffered a competition-ending electrical failure just minutes before the start of their playoff match, forcing the team to withdraw from the competition and select a substitute to compete in its place.
The team ended up being eliminated from the playoffs, but due to winning the prestigious Engineering Inspiration Award, Martin Motion advanced to the world championship.