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New Electric Bike with Fitness Tracking Technology Debuts for Silicon Valley Workers
KGO-TV/ABC7 News footage shot at PARC
2 May 2017 | KGO-TV/ABC7 New
by Janine De la Vega

PARC was looking for a way to help ease the commute and parking for its employees so it invested in the e bike stations. 

"It's kind of a win-win. They're not only a fun alternative way to commute, but it also decreases the number of cars and the traffic congestion around the area and the number of cars parking out here," PARC COO Rob McHenry said.
 
"I got up this hill really easy earlier. I don't think I'd sweat too much on a bike like that so I'd be cheating a little bit I wouldn't be burning as many calories if I used that system, makes the ride a lot nicer," PARC employee Tim Curley said.

 

PARC showcases business models, not products, at 10 year anniversary
29 April 2012 | Ars Technica
by Nathan Mattise

"The message of the day was clear with the first words to greet guests at the registration table (via both conference workers and a commemorative bookmark). 'Just wanted to let you know, "Xerox PARC" is so 10 years ago. Today, we're "PARC, a Xerox company".' 

PARC's Power of 10 is a year-long series of events, including public-friendly guest presentations and this half-day conference, to commemorate the company's first ten years of independent operation. In 2002 Xerox incorporated PARC as an independent, wholly owned subsidiary, shifting the R&D pioneers toward an open innovation business model that took center stage on Thursday.

...Chesbrough's point was best emphasized after his presentation. The rest of the afternoon featured panels with representatives from a few PARC-collaborators. They all shared their projects, but the most eye-catching were Nicole Tricoukes, Senior Maverick at Motorola Solutions, and Davor Sutija, CEO of Thin Film."