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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 patient better understand the impact of his/her therapeutic conditions for a more proactive approach to diagnosis.

    Designing a More Sustainable Future Through Technology and Standards

    During the past several months, IEEE has been taking part in The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum. The WSIS Forum serves as a platform for a global discussion of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and how they can be a means to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, which are a series of global environmental, social, and economic goals set out by the United Nations to be met by 2030. ICTs hold the potential to help accelerate our progress toward all the SDGs. They enable productivity, and with that productivity comes growth.

    Enter The 2021 World Standards Day Video Contest To Win $500

    Every year on 14 October, IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) joins the international community in celebrating the importance of standards development and honoring the collaboration of individuals and organizations across the globe who drive technological innovation. Our theme for this year’s celebration is “IEEE Standards that Transform Our Lives and Work.” Imagine a world where you could not access the Internet, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth, where you could not track your health on your favorite app, or where you could not find the right product with trusted quality or functions. In a world without IEEE Standards, we would not be able to enjoy the benefits of technological innovations or even live or work in the way we are used to.
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