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Built for Speed: IEEE Standard 802.11ax

Most connected users worldwide have at some point experienced the agony and frustration of a slow wireless network. However, speeds are increasing thanks to IEEE Standard 802.11ax and its impact on business and society as we know it. Officially certified in 2020, IEEE 802.11ax, also ...


A Global Perspective on Climate Change: Engineering Solutions for a Sustainable Future

Climate change, the long-term shift in temperature and average weather patterns, is a huge societal concern. Extreme precipitation, wildfires, and droughts, as well as shifts in temperature, wind patterns, and rising sea levels are all recently observed examples of climate change. While temperatures can be ...


The Power (and Pitfalls) of AI and Machine Learning

The topic of artificial intelligence (AI) has become one of the hottest headlines, especially because of the promise it holds for revolutionizing so many industries and applications. Among them, AI is being used to help reduce the time involved in automatable and administrative tasks in ...


The Limitless Potential of Deep Learning

Deep learning is having a moment. There was a time where we could only dream of partially autonomous vehicles and voice-activated assistants. Today, however, these inventions are a regular part of our lives. A subfield of machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning ...


Are You Effectively Leading and Inspiring Your Technical Team? Sharpen Your Skills with IEEE Training for Technical Leaders

Renowned science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke once famously likened advancements in technology to “magic,” while noted American historian Arthur Schlesinger stated that “science and technology revolutionize our lives.” “Good, bad or indifferent,” confirmed billionaire British businessman and retailer Sir Philip Green, “if you’re not ...


The Next Generation of IoT

In a previous post, we talked about the worldwide adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT)—highlighting that by 2025, there will be over 23 billion connections on the Internet of Things. In December 2022, the IoT Tech Expo Global event in London outlined the future of ...


Are You Geared Up for the Grid? Microgrid Technologies: A Win-Win Solution

Today’s residential and business sectors have never been more dependent on the reliable flow of electricity. From consumers demanding instantaneous internet connectivity—both at home and on-the-go— to the vast majority of businesses both large and small relying on uninterrupted electric power, electricity is critical to ...

How Multiple Industries Utilize FEM and FEA

The finite element method (FEM) is essentially very complex math used by engineers to reduce the number of prototypes and virtual experiments necessary to create a successful design. In previous posts, we discussed the advantages of the finite element method (FEM) and finite element analysis ...


Stay Ahead of the Curve: Four Hot Tech Trends and Industry Headlines to Watch

A number of key tech trends are dominating industry headlines in 2023. They’re disrupting a diverse range of industries and signaling the world’s entry into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (“Industry 4.0”) which will be marked by rapid change to technology, industries, societal patterns, and processes ...