Global Insights Webinar Series
Driving a resilient and inclusive digital transformation through innovation, science and emerging technologies for a green, sustainable future.
Sensors Webinar Series
Sensors Webinar #3: Are Sensors the Weakest Link to Cyber Attacks? Regulatory and Industry Efforts to Mitigate Threats and Reduce Risks
Recorded 02 February 2022
As sensors are becoming an integral part of modern critical infrastructure, there is an increasing need to ensure that the many facilities we use regularly such as the power grid, smart cities and IoT enabled systems are secure. We often see news reports of cyber attacks that can disrupt the services we use daily. During this webinar, two esteemed industry experts present their views on the changing threat landscape, associated risks and mitigation strategies.
Sensors Webinar #2: Path to Sensors Interoperability
Recorded 22 September 2021
This webinar will focus on the common interoperability challenges for IoT end-users, the certifications challenges and the importance of choosing the right wireless protocol between wireless gateways and sensors. This webinar will also cover the IEEE plan and path to achieving interoperability for IoT enabled sensors.
Sensors Webinar #1: Exploring the Importance of Sensors and Their Real-Life Applications in Life-Saving Wearable Devices
Recorded 21 July 2021
The first in the IEEE SA Sensors Series, this webinar will cover IEEE SA sensors initiatives and the critical role of standards and testing in finding a path to interoperability and security. This webinar will also tell the story of a remarkable, unexpected discovery and how it led to the development of a wearable medical device capable of collecting many channels of clinical-quality data and running machine learning to advance future health.
IEEE P2520 Seminars on Fundamentals of Odor Monitoring & Analysis
Odor Sampling Methods and Practices
In this presentation, recent advances in sample handling techniques for traces gases and odors are examined as part of analytical workflow for various analytical methods including “electronic nose systems”.
Electronic Noses: The good, the bad and the ugly…
In this presentation, we present a firsthand experience of using the electronic nose equipment based in the BioMedical Sensors Lab at the School of Engineering, University of Warwick.
Signal processing for chemical sensors: past, present, and future
In this presentation, we will discuss many of the e-nose signal processing techniques developed over the past three decades, and how they have leveraged developments in other disciplines, such as chemometrics and pattern recognition.
Instrumental Odour Monitoring Systems (IOMS) Testing & Performance Evaluation
In this presentation, we will discuss how electronic noses (or, more generically, IOMS) are used for air quality monitoring purposes and the resulting need for standardization and programs for the quality verification of instruments.
TSN Webinar Series
- TSN to the fore of the transition to 5G with IEEE 802.1CM™: Recorded 8 September 2022
- Audio/Visual Bridging: Recorded 9 June 2022
- Future Growth of IEEE 802.15.4 Narrow Band and Ultra Wide Band Ad-Hoc Networks: Recorded 22 April 2022
- The Transport and Impact of Synchronization in Time-Sensitive Networking – An Introduction to IEEE 802.1AS: Recorded 24 February 2022
EMC Webinar Series
The IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society (EMCs) and IEEE Standards Association host a series of webinars to create awareness of some of the trending topics related to reducing electromagnetic interference in areas such as automotive technologies, consumer electronics, wireless communications, and 5G.
- EMC Challenges for Electric Vehicles
- EMI Standards for Mobility: ADAS EMC Testing or Vehicle Antenna Measurement
- EMI Standards for Mobility: Noise Sources in EV
- EMC Design and Test Challenges in Telecom Equipment
Critical Infrastructure Webinar Series
IEEE Metaverse Congress
The Metaverse is the latest futuristic technology trend capturing public attention. It was also recently identified as the #1 Megatrend by the IEEE validating the strong interest from the technical and industry communities.
IEEE 1901 High Speed Powerline Communications Webinar Series
Next Generation Chipset and Medium Voltage Grid Automation using IEEE 1901 High Speed Powerline Communication Standard
This webinar brings together various stakeholders from industries, utilities and academia who look leverage high-speed PLC as a core technology and to present them the HD-PLC ecosystem where communication compatibility assures “safe” and “easy” connectivity among HD-PLC networking devices.
Webinar #2: Smart Grid Case Studies using Communication Systems based on IEEE 1901 High-Speed Powerline Communications webinar
This webinar has been organized to bring together various stakeholders from industries, utilities, and academia who look to leverage high-speed PLC as a core technology and to present the HD-PLC ecosystem where communication compatibility assures “safe” and “easy” connectivity among HD-PLC networking devices. It focuses particularly on Smart Grid Case Studies using Communication Systems based on IEEE 1901 High-Speed Powerline Communication.
Webinar #1: Home Networking, Industrial and Building Automation through HD-PLC (High Speed Powerline Communication)
This webinar is being organized to bring together various stakeholders from industries, utilities and academia who look to leverage high-speed PLC as a core technology and to present them the HD-PLC ecosystem where communication compatibility assures “safe” and “easy” connectivity among HD-PLC networking devices. It will focus more particularly on building automation, industrial case studies and in-home systems.
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EDA Webinar: Electronic Design Automation and IEEE SA OPEN
We will explore how IEEE SA Open will benefit academia and industry for new and evolving EDA standards.