AT&T Foundry stories
Is technology inheriting our biases?
AT&T and Ericsson co-hosted a private screening of the documentary bias before a packed crowd at Landmark’s Aquarius Theater in Palo Alto.
Internet of Toilets: AT&T Foundry uses IoT to help improve worker retention
See how a simple standalone, battery-powered IoT device installed in a porta-potty could help a construction company improve job-site employee retention.
Improving healthcare one step at a time
Nihon Kohden teamed up with the AT&T Foundry to a create prototype for a cellular “travel pack” for the company’s wearable Life Scope® G3 telemeter.
Anything is possible, AJ Montgomery's story
A professional acrobat, who had his left leg amputated below the knee, proves physical challenges don’t have to define you.
The blind captain's journey
AT&T Foundry built an IoT device to help Ahmet Ustunel, blind since age three, successfully kayak across the Bosporus Strait.
Eureka! Preparing businesses for the next big technological leaps
Co-creating with companies on retail, healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation.
Empowering mobility, AT&T Foundry + Hanger, Inc.
Innovation is a contact sport. That was certainly the case creating a connected-prosthetic prototype.
Exploring new territory: Edge computing test zone
Our Palo Alto test zone has yielded compelling results and is leading the way to more use cases and collaboration.
AT&T Foundry Innovation Center opens in Mexico
Working with developers, startups, and other companies to bring the benefits of technology to customers.
AI for the blind creating a more connective future
Aira came to the AT&T Foundry in Houston for help providing an AI option and wireless connectivity for their solution.