Grid you know: outages and interruptions cost the U.S. approximately $150 billion each year. Learn how to help utility companies make power systems more fault tolerant, minimize downtime and reduce operational expenses. bit.ly/2WXS9ql
Touch-free infrared thermometers measure temperature without contact, which can help ease the spread of a contact infection. To help accelerate your medical designs, here's an article on how to design an infrared thermometer quickly.
Did you know TI mmWave radar technology can be used for hands-free sensing of your heart and breathing rate? Learn more about how this new walk-through device from @SoterTech can help detect potential illness. on.today.com/2zfIbbq
Jonah Espelita wrote software for contact-free, digital passes for front-line relief workers in the Philippines. He's one of many TIers who have volunteered to support global COVID-19 relief efforts. bit.ly/2YwEBo1
They are coaches, entertainers, friends, and most of all - teachers. Today we share our thanks and appreciation for the educators, mentors and parents around the world who continue to help propel learning, even at home. #TeacherAppreciationDay
Not all heroes wear capes. We want to thank all the amazing people on the frontline today, including our superhero TIers who keep manufacturing and projects running to help fight the pandemic #NationalSuperheroDay
Many around the world are embracing the reality of a digital workplace at home. Read more about how TI employees have found ways to adapt and succeed in a world that’s ever-changing. bit.ly/3czx0c8bit.ly/3assQRY
We feel the love from our incoming student employees as they prepare for our virtual internship experience this summer. We are proud to be able to prioritize the health and safety our of employees, while also remaining committed to our incoming interns.
TI is honored to partner with United Way to provide support for the most immediate, critical relief efforts in our TI communities. United Way’s relief fund addresses the immediate basic health and safety needs of those hit hardest by COVID-19. bit.ly/3baY1Ch
Engineers, DIYers and others are joining a growing movement worldwide to utilize 3D printing to produce medical gear and supplies amid growing shortages. Read more about how TI employees are taking their expertise to local communities. bit.ly/34zsiIL
Hundreds of interns will join TI this summer in our first-ever virtual program – an abbreviated experience for many around the world. Not to mention full pay. We look forward to welcoming this new class!
This week, our Black Employee Initiative was honored to host
@Johnson4Dallas as part of our Black History Month Celebration and hear his perspective on education and mentorship in the city of Dallas. twitter.com/Johnson4Dallas…
ICYMI: Longtime UTD supporter @TXInstruments donates $5 million to help us attract and retain promising scholars who have the potential to become leaders in new and emerging research fields