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IEEE Continuing Professional Education brings ROI to organizations

Continuing Professional Education Leads to Greater ROI for Companies

In today’s global marketplace, technology is advancing faster than the span of the traditional 4-year degree.  Employers are finding it more difficult to find qualified engineering and technology candidates to fill their open positions in fields like cyber security and the internet of things (IoT) ...
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IoT and Insurance: How IoT Data Will Transform an Industry

IoT and Insurance: How IoT Data Will Transform an Industry

The insurance industry has always tried to assess risk: how likely is it that something bad will happen? This assessment is based on a number of demographic and other factors that help insurers decide how much risk is involved, and how much premiums will cost ...
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Make IoT Batteries Last Longer: IEEE Wake-Up Radio Infographic: Significantly Improve Battery Life

Significantly Improve Battery Life: IEEE Wake-Up Radio Infographic

IEEE Wake-Up Radio is a groundbreaking new technology being developed by the IEEE 802.11ba standards task group that will significantly extend the battery life of devices and sensors on wireless networks, particularly those that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT). The infographic below ...
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low-power low-latency healthcare IoT

3 Ways Low-Power, Low-Latency Devices Will Impact Healthcare IoT

According to a 2017 report by Markets and Markets, the Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare market is projected to reach $158.07 billion by 2022. As IoT devices revolutionize the medical landscape and provide numerous benefits to our long-term health, making sure these devices work reliably and ...
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Low Power Internet of Things

Power Players in the Internet of Things

Innovators, businesses, and consumers alike are eagerly catching the Internet of Things (IoT) wave as it gains momentum and magnitude. The technology that will continue to power this wave of connected devices remains debatable, however, as there are a number of power players contending for ...
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Internet of Things 101: Improving the University Experience with the Internet of Things

IoT 101: Improving the University Experience with the Internet of Things

If the Internet of Things (IoT) is popping up all around us in our homes, businesses, and cities, it’s no wonder that universities are evolving to keep up with this massive technological wave as well. Because universities strive to foster innovation, many see the IoT ...
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How to make batteries last longer: An Introduction to IEEE 802:11 Wake-Up Radio

Make Batteries Last Longer: IEEE 802.11 Wake-Up Radio

It’s no secret that our increasingly technological world depends on increasingly available and sustainable energy sources. The onset of the Internet of Things (IoT) is only adding to this need. Imagine farmers using sensors in smart agriculture to monitor soil moisture and track their animals’ ...
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IEEE Ethical Hacking Infographic: A Day in the Life of an Ethical Hacker

Ethical Hacking Infographic: A Day in the Life of an Ethical Hacker

Ethical hackers can be a valuable resource in a company’s overall cyber security program. Is ethical hacking a segment of the cyber security industry that interests you? The following ethical hacking inforgraphic from IEEE takes a look at what ethical hackers do, how ethical hackers ...
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Disney's Take on the Internet of Things: A Magical MagicBand Wristband from IEEE Education at Work

Disney’s Take on the Internet of Things: A Magical MagicBand Wristband

While more and more organizations are seeking out ways to implement the Internet of Things (IoT) to boost efficiency and connectivity, Disney World is ahead of the game.  If you haven’t heard about it yet, Disney’s take on the Internet of Things comes in the ...
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