Teachers and educators are on the front line of sparking students’ interest in STEM and inspiring them to be the next generation of innovators. We collaborate with diverse organizations to create STEM giving programs that provide teachers and educators with the support, skills, knowledge, and tools they need to effectively engage their students in the world of STEM education.
“Train the trainers” workshops, a collaboration with Adream Foundation.
May 6, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab has launched the 5G Academy, an educational resource designed to educate the public and policymakers on how 5G works, why standards and patents matter in wireless technology and how it’s changing the way the world connects and communicates. The website will have access to fact sheets, a glossary, videos and games to reach audiences in an easy-to-digest way.
IoT as a Service is driving the enablement of global smart cities and smart connected spaces.
As the Internet of Things proliferates, the deployment of smart cities and spaces is more exciting than ever. We recently sat down with Sanjeet Pandit, who leads Qualcomm Technologies’ smart cities initiatives and ecosystem through the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program.
As the global head of Smart Cities at Qualcomm Technologies, what has been the most exciting recent achievement of the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program?
As a 25+ year veteran of education technology, Elliott Levine has seen a lot of change. In his new role with Qualcomm, he has the opportunity to affect more change than ever before. In this episode of EdTech Today, Levine outlines the challenges that lie ahead for post-pandemic issues and, more importantly, the solution to meet those challenges.
The four-pound Ingenuity helicopter controlled by a Qualcomm smartphone chip made the first flight on another planet Monday, climbing to 10 feet above Mars and hovering for 30 seconds before landing.
The solar-powered helicopter took off at 12:34 a.m. Pacific time and logged a total of 39.1 seconds of flight in the thin, cold Martian atmosphere. The successful flight was confirmed when data and images were received approximately three hours later.
Using electricity more efficiently helps us minimize our carbon footprint while avoiding millions of dollars in costs. Energy-efficient lighting, heating and cooling systems, data centers, and information technology (IT) equipment all help lighten our load. We power our facilities with modest amounts of renewable energy. When feasible, we build new buildings according to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) methodology.
Our employees make Qualcomm’s success possible and their health and safety is our top priority. From the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, our Emergency Operations Team (EOT) implemented a comprehensive response plan covering items such as: hygiene practices, infection-control measures, medical treatment, communication, travel policies, and human resource policies.
Diversity drives innovation and sparks fresh thinking, creativity and breakthrough ideas that are the lifeblood of our business and our industry. To this end, we support STEM education programs that aim to increase diversity within STEM fields. Our programs have a strong focus on supporting women and underrepresented minorities. We implement many different programs in the communities where we live and work, with the objective of ensuring STEM education is accessible to all.