BBC posted an interesting article about the future of our homes – they are about to get smarter. According to the new Deutsche Telecom report here are the top trends in smart home industry: 1. CONNECTED DEVICES WILL TRANSFORM OUR HOMES OVER THE NEXT DECADE. Over the past two dec
Are you aware of the UN Sustainable Development Goals? This is just a quick post to remind you that the IEC supports #SDG7: to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable & modern energy for all. Here are key facts to remember: One in five people still lacks access to mo
BBC published a very handy timeline featuring the last 25 years of Artificial Intelligence. The quest for artificial intelligence (AI) began over 70 years ago, with the idea that computers would one day be able to think like us. Ambitious predictions attracted generous funding, but af
We like to relax a little of Fridays and so we run our #FridayGadget hashtag. This way we have the opportunity to share new gadgets with our readers. On some occasions we also like to make a note of new ideas. This idea might not be new, but it is fun, so this Friday we recommend TED
The finalists of Wearables For Good Challenge by UNICEF have been announced and you can learn more about them here. A challenge was to design wearable and sensor technology that serves people in resource constrained environments. The winners will be announced in November.
Craig Carlson works as an electrical engineer for Eskom Holdings Limited, Africa’s largest power utility, where one of his roles is the secretariat for the data and configuration management study committee which focuses on the standardization of Eskom’s practices relating to the
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