This year, we’re looking forward to bringing the ecosystem together again — virtually — at Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerate 2020. Join us Wednesday, December 9, at 9:00 a.m. PT, kicking off with an opening keynote with President Cristiano Amon. We’ll explore the most recent technology advances, business models, and lessons that can make the Smart Connected Cities and Connected Spaces a reality. Register now and we’ll keep you updated with the full agenda and further details.
Last month, Booz Allen served as the Presenting Sponsor of the first-ever virtual Fast Company Innovation Festival, with firm leaders joining compelling panel discussions on innovation in government, cybersecurity, the space race, and the future of recreation. Join us as we recap these critical conversations in a dedicated series of posts.
Are you ready for the meat alternative revolution? Join GEA Group for their Food Now Webinar where they'll be sharing their knowledge and expertise about process technology on how you can start designing and scaling up your meat replacement offerings.
Register today to hear from Ben Kroetsch, Principal Food Scientist for Griffith Foods Canada, about new applications for pulse and oat ingredients in meat, plant-based alternatives, glazes and coatings that ramp up nutritional density without sacrificing flavor or texture, on this upcoming webinar hosted by Avena Foods Limited.
As the second wave of COVID-19 surges, so does the urgency of needs in our most vulnerable communities, which have been disproportionately impacted by the resultant economic instability. Basic needs – food, work, housing, health – are at risk for many.
We recently announced the launch of our fifth annual Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, with prize money totaling $1 million USD. The Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is a competition that awards cash prizes to early-stage technology entrepreneurs solving the world’s most pressing social and environmental problems.
Being a Cisco employee luckily comes with many amazing perks for all staff to use throughout the year. In particular, a Cisco favourite is our ‘Give Back Days’ – we receive 40 hours each year where we can shut the computer lid, turn off emails, and come together as a team to work on projects close to our hears, and most importantly; giving back to our local communities. (Cisco even gave us an additional 10 hours this year!)
The COVID-19 pandemic made the back-to-school season anything but routine for parents with school-aged children, and remote learning proved more of a challenge for some. Inequities in internet and technology access existed before the pandemic. But a Truist Cares grant to Community Education Alliance, who worked with Empowering Communities Corp, helped bridge the gap so students could thrive academically, socially and emotionally.