AUTOMOTIVE: Deployment of 5G C-V2X Inevitable Says Panel
Imagine driving in your car where you are suddenly alerted to a school bus ahead with its stop arm out and children unloading; or on a foggy day when digital road signs are obscured, your radio quickly cuts out to broadcast an Amber alert message. C-V2X (cellular vehicle-to-everything) technology is already here, is tested and is ready to deploy.
As the nation pauses this Memorial Day to remember fallen service members, a San Diego native, Navy Seaman Daviontee Robinson, has special responsibilities in the nation’s capital.
Robolink Drones, Robots Get Kids Ready for the Workforce
Hansol Hong said when he was a young boy growing up in South Korea, he wasn’t exposed to the kind of STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) learning that he wished he had been – learning that was also fun.
Unmanned Aircraft With San Diego Roots Have Monitored the War
Two markedly different models of unmanned aircraft with San Diego County roots have been gathering intelligence and helping the United States assess the status of the war in Ukraine.
BLUETECH: Despite COVID, Sector Saw 163% Job Growth
Even amongst strong and diverse sectors like biotech, pharma and tourism, San Diego’s blue economy is a pillar of prosperity in the region, and one that is growing quickly.
Franklin Antonio, one of seven people who founded Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM) in 1985, has died, the company announced.
TECH: $3.8B Deal to Double Firm's Revenue
Carlsbad-based MaxLinear, Inc. is dramatically scaling up its global operations with its proposed, $3.8 billion acquisition of Silicon Motion.
TECH: Platforms Debut at 5G Summit
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. unveiled its latest and most advanced developments in 5G and AI-enabled robotics on May 10 and the company’s annual 5G Summit.
SOFTWARE: Consulting Company Expanding Tech Platform
Business consulting firm Easie is breaking into the software space. On April 26, the company announced the launch of Easie Invoice AI - the first AI product offered from Easie’s Document AI software suite.
AUTONOMOUS DRIVING: Snapdragon Ride Chips to Power Software Platform
CARIAD, the Volkswagen Group’s software company has tapped Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. to supply system-on-chips (SoCs) for CARIAD’s software platform designed to enable assisted and automated driving functions for VW vehicles expected to hit the market around 2025.
WEBSITES: Company Gains Spot in Top Sports Accelerator
In the wide, wide world of sports betting and fantasy sports, good data is key. That is the premise behind FTN Network, a multi-site platform featuring content and data for sports betting and fantasy sports aficionados.
MANUFACTURING: Innovation Improves Safety, Power of Li-ion Batteries
San Diego-based lithium battery innovator South 8 Technologies is charging up. On April 26, the company announced it had closed a $12 million Series A funding round it will use to accelerate the commercialization of its patented Liquefied Gas Electrolyte (LiGas) technology.
SUSTAINIBILITY: SD Company Wins $1M XPRIZE for Carbon Removal
Climate change is a large problem requiring large solutions. To address it, X Prize Foundation founder Peter Diamandis and Tesla founder Elon Musk created the largest incentive prize in history – the $100 million XPRIZE Carbon Removal competition for companies working on carbon removal technologies at scale.
Leidos, the Reston, Virginia-based science and tech company and a member of the Fortune 500, held its groundbreaking ceremony in late April for its new R&D center at Campus Point in La Jolla.
SOFTWARE: ClickUp Buys Slapdash
With the use of workplace productivity software steadily on the rise, ClickUp announced last week (April 26) that it has acquired Slapdash, a small but mighty SaaS firm with five employees working remotely from San Francisco, Toronto and London.