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inVia expands deal to supply robots for warehousing

By   /  Tuesday, April 9th, 2019  /  East Ventura County, Latest news, Startups, Technology  /  Comments Off on inVia expands deal to supply robots for warehousing

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Tri-counties becoming hub for autonomous technologies

By   /  Friday, February 1st, 2019  /  left, Technology  /  Comments Off on Tri-counties becoming hub for autonomous technologies

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inVia Robotics gets $20 million in funding from investors

By   /  Thursday, August 2nd, 2018  /  Latest news, Technology  /  Comments Off on inVia Robotics gets $20 million in funding from investors

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Dubroff: Brown’s bid to fight climate change will be his legacy

By   /  Friday, September 16th, 2016  /  Columns, Latest news  /  Comments Off on Dubroff: Brown’s bid to fight climate change will be his legacy

Henry Dubroff

Gov. Jerry Brown has doubled down on his bet that climate change is the biggest issue facing California for the long run. That’s the message from a just-ended legislative session that extended the state’s greenhouse gas emission rules to include a reduction that’s 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030. The state already is on Read More →

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