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Big plans are in the works to expand Baltimore’s innovation economy to new neighborhoods, but growth is still on display downtown.
To visualize the contours of the landscape and zoom in on the multiple industry sectors in the downtown core, Technical.ly and the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore teamed up to create Innovation Mapped. It appears below, as well as on the back of the print magazine for Baltimore Innovation Week presented by 14 West.
And it’s just a sampling of the innovation happening in the area. There’s so much innovation in downtown Baltimore that we couldn’t fit it on one map. To see more of the incredible institutions and small firms that dot the tech landscape, visit this page on GoDowntownBaltimore.com.
Let’s take a look at the companies on the map:
Health & Sciences
- Avhana Health
- Emocha Mobile Health
- Rendia (formerly Eyemaginations)
- Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET)
- Maryland Science Center
- Sisu Global Health
- Tissue Analytics
- University of Maryland BioPark
- Protenus, Inc.
Media / Digital Marketing / AdTech
Coworking, Incubators, and Accelerators
Gaming / Makerspace
- Baltimore Node
- Baltimore City Robotics Center
- Digit All Systems
- Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center
- Code in the Schools
Digital Services / Dev Firm
- 14 West
- Catalyst DevWorks
- Chalk + Chisel
- Edge Web Hosting
- Fearless Solutions
- Fixt (formerly Peach)
- The Canton Group
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