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DOE Report: Modern Utilities Depend on Engineers in These Seven Fields (Join the IEEE Smart Grid Academy)

The electric grid has transformed significantly over the last decade, according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s two-yearly review on the status of the smart grid system nationally, released in May 2022. The growing mix of renewable energy resources, electric vehicles, and interactive buildings in ...
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New Research Helps Autonomous Vehicles Navigate Intersections More Safely and Effectively  

For the first time, autonomous vehicles (AVs) are now being tested on the streets of Austin, Texas and Miami, Florida, without drivers at the wheel. Designed by Argo AI, the vehicles are also being tested in Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Detroit, Michigan, and Palo Alto, ...
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With Regulations Growing, Qualified Data Privacy Professionals Are in High Demand 

Utah and Connecticut recently joined a growing number of U.S. states – including California, Colorado, and Virginia — passing data privacy laws. These regulations give citizens greater control over their data and empower them to hold organizations that violate the rules accountable. A number of ...
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How to Develop the Best Artificial Intelligence Program for Your Organization

Big data is creating exciting new opportunities for artificial intelligence (AI). According to Arvind Krishna, Chairman and Chief CEO of IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced each day. To analyze, distribute, and make use of this data, many organizations are combining AI with ...
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How the Finite Element Analysis Is Advancing Nanotechnology  

The finite element analysis (FEA) is leading to major breakthroughs in nanotechnology, and having a huge impact on a number of industries spanning electronics, material science, quantum science, engineering, and biotechnology, AZO Nano reported.  Simulations based on FEA, a complex mathematical technique, is giving engineers ...
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How IEEE Standard 1547 Is Modernizing Power Grids

Smart inverters are advanced power electronics that bring autonomy to electrical grids, making them more reliable, resilient, and secure. These inverters better connect distributed energy resources (DERs) to the electrical grid and allow them to be powered by a greater array of renewable energy sources ...
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Four Ways To Map Your Digital Transformation Objectives

Digital transformation isn’t only a process of adopting new technological tools – it is a series of changes that will impact every facet of your organization. As such, it’s important for organizations to anticipate the impact digital transformation will have across their departments, employees, and ...
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U.S. Highways To Get 500,000 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

All around the world investments in electric vehicles (EVs) are speeding up. Currently, global vehicle makers are projected to spend more than $515 billion USD on EV manufacturing by the end of this decade, according to electrek. U.S. President Joe Biden has announced that ...
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Why Organizations Are Embracing the Multi-Cloud

Cloud technology is entering the era of the multi-cloud. When using multiple clouds supported by various cloud providers, organizations can reap the best features of each, thereby making their cloud infrastructure far more flexible. During his opening keynote at Dell Technologies World Conference in May, ...
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