NASA Expands Crowdsourcing Program

NASA Expands Crowdsourcing Program

By • on May 12, 2022

The Washington Technology website reported that in 2020, NASA named 19 companies to the NASA Open Innovation Services 2 contract with a $24.9 million ceiling. The program is used to launch prize competitions through the NASA Tournament Lab, which is part of NASA’s Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation. “Federal agencies often have a

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Public Provides NASA with New Innovations

Public Provides NASA with New Innovations

By • on February 1, 2022

The NASA website reported that whether problem-solving during the pandemic, establishing a long-term presence at the Moon, or advancing technology to adapt to life in space, NASA has leveraged open innovation tools to inspire solutions to some of our most timely challenges – while using the creativity

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T-Mobile, Intel, NASA unveil 5G Open Innovation Lab in Seattle

T-Mobile, Intel, NASA unveil 5G Open Innovation Lab in Seattle

By • on November 8, 2021

The GeekWire website reported that a new program led by T-Mobile, Intel, and NASA aims to help entrepreneurs take advantage of 5G technology and write the latest chapter in Seattle’s storied wireless history. The 5G Open Innovation Lab (5G OI Lab) unveiled the first cohort of companies participating

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NASA’s 10th Space Apps Challenge Increases Global Participation

NASA’s 10th Space Apps Challenge Increases Global Participation

By • on July 30, 2021

The NASA website announced that NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, or Space Apps, will be held Oct. 2-3. Space Apps engages thousands of people around the world to work with the agency’s open source data in a 48-hour sprint. Since its start in 2012, Space Apps has grown from 25 local events

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5G Open Innovation Lab includes Edge, Automation, IoT Specialists

5G Open Innovation Lab includes Edge, Automation, IoT Specialists

By • on March 31, 2021

The RCR Wireless News reported that the 5G Open Innovation Lab, a Seattle-based “innovation ecosystem” backed by T-Mobile, Amdocs, Dell Technologies, Intel, Microsoft, NASA and VMware, announced last week the 15 companies joining the program for Spring 2021. Lab General Partner Jim Brisimitzis said

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Registration for NASA’s Space Apps 2020 Begins

Registration for NASA’s Space Apps 2020 Begins

By • on September 29, 2020

The Geospacial World website announced that participant registration for Space Apps 2020 (October 2-4) is now open. Now in its 9th year, Space Apps is an international hackathon for coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists, and others in cities around the world, where

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Microsoft, Other Tech Companies Join 5G Open Innovation Lab

Microsoft, Other Tech Companies Join 5G Open Innovation Lab

By • on September 25, 2020

The 425 Business website reported that the 5G Open Innovation Lab, a global ecosystem of developers, enterprises, and government institutions that was launched in May, announced that Microsoft has joined the lab as a founding partner. Founding partners include T-Mobile, NASA, and Intel. Other new founding

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A Look at the 5G Open Innovation Lab

A Look at the 5G Open Innovation Lab

By • on August 18, 2020

The ARPost website reported that there’s an organization looking to deliver a functional 5G ecosystem by the time 5G rolls around. Founded by NASA, computing giant Intel, and 5G pioneer T-Mobile, the 5G Open Innovation Lab invites tech companies to partake in a twelve-week course exploring the driving

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Open Innovation: What It Can Mean For Your Company

Open Innovation: What It Can Mean For Your Company

By • on July 10, 2020

The Namabia Economist website posted an article which noted that a practical example of Open Innovation (OI) is from NASA, which adopted OI to build a mathematical algorithm that can determine the optimal content of medical kits for NASA’s future manned missions. In order to reach an innovative software

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Intel, NASA, T-Mobile Team Up for 5G Open Innovation Lab

Intel, NASA, T-Mobile Team Up for 5G Open Innovation Lab

By • on June 15, 2020

The Light Reading website reported that the 5G Open Innovation Lab, a global ecosystem of developers, start-ups, enterprises, academia and government institutions, announced the opening of its lab and launch of its inaugural program for start-ups and their founders with the selection of its first cohort

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