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Florida International University offers first bachelor’s in Internet of Things

Florida International University is offering the country’s first bachelor’s degree program in the Internet of Things (IoT) next spring. The Internet of Things is the global infrastructure that connects all physical and virtual devices that are capable…

Italian ambassador seeks stronger South Florida ties

Italian ambassador seeks stronger South Florida ties

Italian Ambassador to the United States Armando Varricchio this week made his first official visit to Miami since easing into his position in March. He made stops to better understand…

Miami’s trolley system to improve GPS tracking

Miami’s trolley system to improve GPS tracking

A recent city report on Miami’s trolley system acknowledged the need to improve GPS tracking to feed real-time data to a website trolley tracker and to a mobile application. Last…

Miami International Airport to be foreign trade zone magnet

Miami International Airport to be foreign trade zone magnet

County commissioners on Tuesday approved an application to the US Department of Commerce that would designate Miami International Airport as a Foreign Trade Zone magnet site. If approved by the…

Miami moves to more incentives for affordable housing

Miami moves to more incentives for affordable housing

To face head-on the serious lack of affordable housing in the City of Miami, city commissioners are preparing to offer further incentives to developers in order to encourage construction of…

“Signature bridge” on I-395 design due soon

“Signature bridge” on I-395 design due soon

Five design firms have earned the right to submit a final design proposal for what’s being called a “signature bridge” on I-395 in downtown Miami and one of them should…

Supply of affordable housing takes piecemeal solution

Supply of affordable housing takes piecemeal solution

A holistic approach to boosting the supply of affordable housing is the best one, say local experts, as there’s not a single policy tool that will lower the number of…

County buys diesel buses as compressed natural gas sought

County buys diesel buses as compressed natural gas sought

Commissioners on Tuesday approved 10-3 buying 15 diesel buses for $8,139,630 grant money, but not before with a long debate on whether the county’s approach to replacing its aging fleet…

State seeks ways to build Miami River freight capacity

State seeks ways to build Miami River freight capacity

A state-sponsored study of using multiple modes of transportation to ease congestion and support freight transit along the booming Miami River launched Monday. The objective is to target viable ways…

Canadian consul general develops Florida trade links

Canadian consul general develops Florida trade links

Though she’s only been the Canadian consul general in Miami for just over three months, Susan Harper is adjusting quickly to her new position by identifying her priorities, traveling throughout…

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