Studio X Overview

  • x.studio
  • Austin, TX
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2020
  • Subsidiary or Business Segment
  • Energy & Utilities
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

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Studio X is a global innovation studio launching products that reimagine the future of work in exploration. We offer prize-winning challenges, on-demand work and a startup incubator through our three core products: Xeek, XCover and SixLab.
Mission: We're reimaging the future of work in exploration. We feel that the word ‘studio’ best reflects what Studio X is: an open innovation collective of scientists, engineers, creatives, and entrepreneurs combining their skills to develop solutions for exploration challenges. The ‘X’ ...

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18 October 2021
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It’s been one year since Studio X officially launched, and we’ve made huge strides in that time. We commercialized three products — Xeek, XCover, and SixLab — which have allowed us to grow a community of people focused on one mission, reimagining the future of work in energy exploration. To celebrate our one-year anniversary, we’re taking a trip down memory lane and reminiscing about all that Studio X is doing to change the world of exploration, and in such little time. - Xeek has held ten challenges with more than $100,000 in prizes. - XCover has released 13 projects to bring innovative perspectives and workflows to the energy industry. - SixLab has incubated eight startups with technologies ranging from an AI assistant for unstructured data to lightning fast scientific computing with custom silicon.
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18 October 2021
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Have we forgotten the value of being a generalist? Paul Genberg has been a professional skier, designed and launched cookware lines for Giada De Laurentiis, done corporate strategy for a slew of organizations; and now he's the interim CEO at Studio X.
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