Two major trends driving the IoT Internet connectivity has progressed from a network of desktop users to a network of things thanks to the unprecedented expansion of mobile connectivity, anywhere and anytime, and the availability of a myriad of connected, low-power sensors and devices
Every day we read about high-profile data breaches in the news. Many industries have been hit, and the personal details of millions of users with online accounts have been compromised. Countries worldwide are investigating potential reforms to policy and regulation. One of the best-kn
During the recent World Smart City Forum in Barcelona, experts said they believed developing smart city solutions that are citizen-centric and offer real value will be key to future success. The event was organized by the IEC, ISO and ITU, this year under the leadership of ISO, and is
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To enable and realize the true value of the Internet of Things (IoT), edge intelligence pushes processing for data intensive applications away from the core of the cloud to the edge of the network. This radical transformation will support trillions of sensors and billions of systems.
IECRE, the IEC System for Certification to Standards Relating to Equipment for Use in Renewable Energy Applications, established in 2014, is the newest of the IEC Conformity Assessment (CA) Systems. Three renewable energy sectors, wind, solar photovoltaic (PV) and marine make up the S
We are very happy to announce that the Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding (JCT-VC) was awarded the Engineering Emmy for the development of High Efficiency Video Coding standard. The US Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the recipients of the 69th Engineering Emm
Geneva, Switzerland, 2017-10-03 – Electricity is the life-blood of economies both in developed and developing countries where it increasingly impacts transportation, manufacturing, healthcare and all aspects of everyday life. It’s absence and any interruption in supply is vividly felt
Today, many devices and services found in homes, hospitals, the workplace and industry run off electricity. It they don’t function correctly, they can be dangerous. They may cause explosions, fires or electrocute users or anyone who comes into contact with them, or damage proper
Classrooms anywhere Rethinking teaching and learning methods through technology is already bringing benefits to the education industry. VR programmes are redefining the classroom, connecting experts and students across the world like never before, and delivering unforgettable lessons.