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IEEE Tech Talk launched on 6 December 2019.
Tune in to listen to our conversation with Dr. Steve Vozar, CTO and co-founder of May Mobility, a U.S.-based startup focused on developing new types of autonomous vehicles. Steve discusses his work with sensors, other developments in the autonomous vehicle landscape, and shares the advice he’d give to an engineer looking to start a company.
Interested in learning more from Steve? Check out Sensors for Autonomous Vehicles, Steve’s course in the IEEE Guide to Autonomous Vehicles program.
We’re speaking with Jacquelyn Adams, CEO and founder of Ristole, an engineering consulting company, about the importance of communication skills for technical professionals. Learn how Jacquelyn entered the engineering consultancy world, how her time in the Peace Corps influenced her training style, and how you can keep your skills current.
For more career development advice from Jacquelyn, check out her weekly IEEE blog in which she shares lessons learned from her experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer, corporate engineering trainer, and entrepreneur.
We’re speaking with Rodney Grimes and Patrick Alwine of SGS, the world’s largest testing, inspection, and auditing company, about the battery testing process. We discuss safety standards, hazards and health risks, career advice, the future of lithium batteries, and more.
While you’re waiting for more episodes, take a look at some of the latest resources we’ve gathered here on Innovation at Work about Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Vehicles, Cyber Security, the Internet of Things, and other cutting-edge technologies.