Thanks to Avnet Express, the team at UBM Tech, and, most importantly, the amazing people we met as our Chevrolet Volt toured the United States, Drive For Innovation proved to be more than just a joyride. The drive began in July 2011, with the aim of celebrating innovative people, products, and places in electronics and technology. Our cherry-red Chevy Volt took
Year-long program culminates with 30,838 miles traveled through 24 U.S. states and interviewed 750 people at 245 companies Phoenix and San Francisco, June 27, 2012 – As the Drive for Innovation makes its last pit stop on its year-long journey across North America this week in Vancouver, British Columbia, the success of the program proves that technology innovation is thriving.
June 8, 2012 Avnet, Drive for Innovation find lots of manufacturing in U.S.
Phoenix and San Francisco, June 11, 2012 – After nearly a year of traveling cross-country to uncover technology innovation being created by engineers, entrepreneurs, innovators and students, Avnet Express’ Drive for Innovation today announced that Seattle-based Engineer Ted T. Yan, at the Boeing Company, has been selected as the winner of a new General Motors Chevrolet Volt as part of
Phoenix and San Francisco, June 7, 2012 – Approximately 17 percent of American children between the ages of two and 19 are obese, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention figures indicate — and those numbers climb even higher for children in low income families. Arizona-based charity Chances for Children works to give children in low-income families a chance at a
Phoenix and San Francisco, June 6, 2012 — As the Drive for Innovation culminates its cross-country year-long road trip, the program has been honored with a Business Marketing Association B2 “Award of Excellence” in the “Web Presence – Online Community, Open or Closed” category. The Drive for Innovation is an inspired initiative in partnership between UBM Electronics, the daily source
SAN JOSE, Calif. — You could be forgiven if your outlook for the long-term future of the North American electronics industry is dire. Mine once was. In fact, I went into this yearlong road trip hoping for good predictions but expecting challenges–challenges in manufacturing, challenges in keeping and growing engineering jobs here, challenges in creating new and innovative startups. It
Enables 20 Students from San Jose State University to Attend the Event to Gain Engineering Education Phoenix and San Francisco, March 26, 2012 – The Drive for Innovation – a year-long, cross-country road trip created to celebrate electronics innovation is making a stop at DESIGN West and bringing 20 students along for the ride. The University Grant Program, sponsored by
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Love it or loathe it, the Chevy Volt is a marvel of electronics and automotive engineering. This week at DESIGN West, we're peeling back the onion on this innovative General Motors design. More design resources In three sessions, Tuesday through Thursday, Al Steier of Munro and Associates and John Scott-Thomas of TechInsights will walk you through