IoT & IIoT

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    Five Foundational Technology Trends to Watch in 2022

    Over the past year, adoption and investment in emerging technologies and new applications such as the Internet of Things (IoT) have continued to increase, as connectivity among devices capable of sending and receiving massive amounts of data grows significantly. This increased traffic is driven by diverse enabling technologies, such as…

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    Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security

    Challenges in Agriculture and Food Security Agriculture is facing many challenges. Conventional farming practices are degrading soil health, releasing carbon from the soil, increasing erosion, polluting water sources, polluting the air and polluting natural ecosystems. It is estimated that food production and other types of land use are responsible for…

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    Why Sensor Standardization is a Growing Need for the Internet Of Things

     Traditionally, sensors have been used for camera imaging and sensing, quantifying, and communicating information about humidity, temperature, motion, speed, proximity, and other aspects of their environment. Today, they have become key enablers for a host of new technologies that are essential to business and industry, and to everyday life,…

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    What A Smart City is All About

    With the human population expected to grow from the current 7.9 billion to almost 10 billion by 2050, it is estimated that approximately 70% of the planet’s inhabitants will also be living in an urban setting. To achieve the highest potential for humanity, smart cities strive to bring together government,…

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    How to Build Trust in the Internet of Medical Things and Wearables?

    In today’s healthcare ecosystem, there are millions of connected wireless medical devices powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) and biosensors that monitor and deliver life-saving treatment for patients. Found in, on, or around the patient and running autonomously in real-time, these connected devices collect critical data to help the…

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    How Standards Help Make Smart Cities a Reality

    Smart Cities in India India is expected to witness an increase in urban population from 377 million in 2011 to 600 million in 2031 — roughly twice the current population of the United States, according to a UN-backed report published in 2014. Given the growth, the country is expected to…

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    IEEE Standards Used in Your Everyday Life

    Technology has become an integral aspect of our everyday lives. From the internet to the smart grid, and health care to transportation, technology standards are used in a variety of ways. IEEE standards enable many of these technologies, as well as those that have helped people cope with the COVID-19…

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    What are Standards? Why are They Important?

    Your smartphone’s alarm just went off. A new day begins. In the shower, you rock out with your Bluetooth speaker playing. Then you check and log your blood pressure and other vital signs on your personal health device. During breakfast, you browse the Internet using Wi-Fi. Before heading out, your…

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    Podcast: Establishing a Standard of Quality in Digital Therapeutics

    Digital therapeutics are growing in popularity for patients. Combining science and technology creates a double-edge sword including one how to best establish quality and trust in the safety and efficacy of patients. In this podcast, Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare & Life Sciences (HLS)…

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    Bringing Clarity and Objective Guidance to Software Based Intelligent Process Automation Space

    While automation—the heart of the “fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0”—clearly has moved from the corners of enterprise strategy and into mainstream conversation, it remains a rapidly maturing technology field characterized by constant change and, sometimes, market confusion. For example, various innovative Software-Based Intelligent Process Automation (SBIPA) technologies have emerged…

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