It’s hard to believe we are already in late February. 2022 ended in a whirlwind and 2023 has wasted no time getting underway.

At 401 Tech Bridge, we’re excited to continue our work from 2022 and already have several exciting updates & initiatives underway. For starters, we’re hiring. Know anyone who wants to play a critical role in shaping the future of Rhode Island’s blue tech industry? We’d love to meet them.

We hope you’ll consider joining us at some of our upcoming events below – as always, please reach out if you have any questions on our programs. Looking forward to seeing you in RI soon!

— Linda Larsen

2022 Year in Review

Join us in looking back on a year of programming and collaboration via our 2022 Year in Review. We look forward to continuing and adding to these accomplishments in 2023 – will you partner with us?

SAVE THE DATE: Technology Showcase

Mark your calendar, our next Technology Showcase will be on Tuesday, April 18thThis event is an opportunity for companies and innovators to get a first-hand look at new, cutting-edge developed technology from local inventors and researchers. Learn more about the event and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for more information over the coming weeks.

The Future of RI's Blue Economy

Something new is brewing. Rhode Island’s Blue Economy is about to get a home base right in the heart of Providence.

Stay tuned for updates on all the exciting things happening in 2023 via our LinkedIn and Twitter channels.

The 2023 Blue Innovation Symposium

401 Tech Bridge was a proud sponsor of the 2023 Blue Innovation Symposium which took place between Jan 24-26th.

The event brought together 300+ attendees across the marine technology industry to learn, connect, and help shape the future of the industry. 401 Tech Bridge participated on two panels during the conference including one recapping our recent USV Experimentation Demo Day.

The event was a massive success and we look forward to seeing everyone again in 2024.

New Director for Northeast Tech Bridge

After several years of building the Northeast Tech Bridge (NETB) from the ground up, Dr. Steven Bordonaro recently passed the torch as Director to Julie Kallfelz.

Please join us in thanking and congratulating Dr. Bordonaro for his great work and please join us in welcoming Julie as NE Tech Bridge’s new director. We look forward to working with Julie and continuing the partnership with NETB and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport.