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Qualcomm

February 28, 2017

Qualcomm Drive Data Platform Powers TomTom’s Plans to Crowdsource High-Definition Mapping Data for Autonomous Driving

BARCELONA, Spain - Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), today announced it is working with TomTom (TOM2), a global leader in navigation and mapping products, on using the Qualcomm® Drive Data Platform for high-definition (HD) map crowdsourcing, to accelerate the future of autonomous driving.  Qualcomm Drive Data Platform utilizes cutting-edge technologies to

September 23, 2015

Qualcomm Invests to Solve One of Drone Industry’s Biggest Challenges

September 23, 2015 —Murky FAA regulations could be limiting commercial adoption of drones, but the real challenge may be limited battery life. That’s why Qualcomm Inc.’s QCOM, -0.34% investment in Skysense Inc. — a company building a charging infrastructure for drones — is a big deal. To better understand how batteries can cap the use of drones,

March 10, 2015

3DRobotics Receives $50 Million Investment from Qualcomm

Drone maker 3DRobotics (3DR) recently announced a Series C round of fundraising with a $50 million investment from Qualcomm, the mobile chip maker. The investment is intended to leverage the smartphone industry’s innovation and advance applications for 3DR drones.

March 6, 2015

3DR Raises $50M in Series C Funding, Extending Smartphone Revolution to Drones

The following is a post that appeared on the 3DR Blog on March 6, 2015—We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve secured a third round of venture financing, a $50 million dollar Series C injection spearheaded by Qualcomm, global leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies. We raised such a big round for two reasons. First, to leverage the extraordinary