We asked San Diego innovators to share their technology story and explain why they think their product is among the hottest — or coolest — and had an independent panel of local industry leaders pick their favorites. Keep your eye out for the following companies and products — you may be hearing more about them in the future.

  • Companies pitch at TVE2 during FundingPost Investor Roundtable

    In partnership with FundingPost, the city of Temecula hosted 14 companies that pitched their businesses to a full house on Friday, Jan. 17 at the city's incubator.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange Events -- September 2013

    Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in September.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange becoming hub for software, technology startups

    The newest company to join the Temecula Incubator, Inviscid Software, is excited about the opportunities to work alongside like-minded startups.

  • TVE2 fosters startup collaboration

    In an effort to support the local entrepreneurial ecosystem, Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange, in partnership with Startup Circle, hosted a collaborative networking event on June 26th. At the TVE2 technology incubator event, techies and innovative entrepreneurial minds gathered to meet and exchange ideas.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center events for July 2013

    Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in July.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center events for June 2013

    Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in June.

  • The city of Temecula: One of California’s top-rated cities to open a business in

    Over the past two decades, the city of Temecula has evolved into an innovative, dynamic city and a regional economic center for Southwest Riverside County, all while retaining its small-town feeling and character.

  • TVE2 helps innovative businesses grow

    The Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange, also known as TVE2, is located in Temecula's old city hall building at 43200 Business Park Drive. In an effort to be proactive and spark job creation and economic vitality, the City Council repurposed the city-owned building for use as a business incubator and resource center. Our purpose is to support the growth of innovation and entrepreneurs -- as we know they are a key driver of economic growth for the region.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center events for May 2013

    Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in May.

  • Staying connected with TVE2

    What better time to start a new business or expand an existing business than in the spring! With the changing seasons come new opportunities, making it a prime time to take advantage of all the workshops, seminars, and networking events the Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange (TVE2) has to offer.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange Resource Center Events - April 2013

    April 1: Money Smart for Your Business - "Business Banking Services". 6pm-7:30pm. To register visit http://tve2moneysmart.eventbrite.com

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center March-April workshops

    The Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange is offering several free workshops throughout March and April.

  • New year brings new start-ups to TVE2

    Year 2013 is well under way and exciting new things have been happening at the Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange. TVE2 is the City of Temecula's Business Incubator and Regional Resource Center. The goal of TVE2 is to foster business growth and economic vitality for entrepreneurs and innovative early stage companies, by providing access to technology and high quality resources, and leveraging a strong network of community partners.

  • Free workshops offered at Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center

    The Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange is offering several free workshops throughout the month of March.

  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Workshop Series

    The city of Temecula is offering classes that will provide a basic overview of patents, copyrights and trademarks, while also answering questions about preparing patent applications and how to file for a patent.

  • Oceanhouse Media brings Dr. Seuss’ beloved books into digital age

    The Daily Transcript revisits three of last year's Tech Innovations finalists. Here's how they've fared over the last year.

  • MOGL founder has set the table for expansion

    The Daily Transcript revisits three of last year's Tech Innovations finalists. Here's how they've fared over the last year.

  • Independa Inc.

    Independa’s Artemis monitors vital signs, safety and home conditions via a wireless hub fully integrated with the company’s cloud-based Caregiver Web App and Angela, a touch screen, in-residence social engagement platform. Artemis completes Independa’s integrated telecare suite developed for the independent elderly, which was launched in January 2011.

  • Achates Power Inc.

    Medium- and heavy-duty vehicles represent 26 percent of all U.S. transportation oil consumption, and heavy-duty vehicles are the fastest growing contributors to greenhouse gas emissions within the transportation sector, according to the Department of Energy and the Energy Information Administration.

  • Meet the judges

    Phil Baker

  • Downtown incubator spurs tech innovation

    Fed up with sky-high price tags on textbooks at university bookstores, Jonathan Simkin co-founded a discount textbook website called SwoopThat in his dorm at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, Calif. and then moved the company to other undesirable office locations: his parents’ house in Del Mar and then to a temporary space from a family friend in La Jolla.

  • Congratulations to all of this year's Tech Innovations nominees

    5x Technology

  • Targeson, Inc.

    Visistar VEGFR2 is an ultrasound molecular imaging agent targeted to selectively bind to VEGFR2, a well-recognized marker indicative of tumor blood vessel growth. The VEGFR2 marker is known to be present in breast, ovarian, colorectal, prostate, bladder and renal cancers.

  • LonoCloud

    You’ve heard of cloud computing — in which software and shared resources can be delivered over an Internet network — but have you figured out how to make it work for your business needs?

  • Langford & Carmichael Inc.

    Langford & Carmichael Inc.’s ScenGen software program is a scenario generator technology. It’s designed to quickly generate all the possible scenarios for any situation, no matter the complexity.

  • Fashioning Change

    Textile making is one of the most polluting industries in the world, partly due to the amount of water and the chemicals involved in dyeing and finishing fabric. Because there are few regulations, the apparel industry also is responsible for a large number of human rights violations.

  • ElliptiGO

    Athletes with injuries often turn to elliptical machines for a low-impact workout. San Diego-based ElliptiGO has put that concept on wheels and taken it outside for a spin.

  • Rehabilitation equipment helps restore sense of balance

    The Daily Transcript revisits three of last year's Tech Innovations finalists. Here's how they've fared over the last year.

  • Pixon Imaging

    Pixon Imaging has taken real-time video resolution to a new level of clarity. It is so enhanced that the company’s patented technology is used in a variety of applications including military surveillance, border security and satellite tracking.

  • Pathway Genomics

    In 2008, the price tag to sequence a person’s entire genome was $350,000. Now the price is approaching $1,000. As the cost of consumer genetics continues to decline, individual genetic information is becoming much more accessible.

  • Barc Inc.

    Barc is an installable Web application that allows its members to network with other people browsing the same website. The San Diego-based company is in the process of finalizing a revolutionary patent pending approach to network communication and is set to launch its highly anticipated software this year.

  • Want to sell your company in 2012?

    Unless Congress acts to extend the Bush tax cuts beyond the scheduled Dec. 31, 2012 expiration date, the individual U.S. federal income tax rate on long-term capital gains will increase on Jan. 1, 2013 for those earning more than $200,000 per year, from 15 percent to 23.8 percent — an approximately 60 percent increase in the rate.

Roundtables

Technology videos

Two entrepreneurs discuss their technology companies

Feb. 24, 2012 -- George Chamberlin speaks with Adriana Hererra, CEO of Fashioning Change, and Grant Farwell, president and CEO of Barc, about how their innovations came about and their participation in EvoNexus.

Archived Reports

Tech Innovations - 2011

In this special report, local innovators share their technology story and explain why they think their product is among the hottest -- or coolest.