The IEEE SA Foundational Technologies Practice has been established to help standardize seamless and ubiquitous connectivity across all applications of connected technologies in a trust-worthy and enabling manner. Though the development of a global community of interested volunteer stakeholders, the Foundational Technologies practice can help to address core issues of Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Security and Safety (TIPPSS) through both foundational level horizontal standards and domain specific standards.
Are Sensors the Weakest Link to Cyber Attacks? Regulatory and Industry Efforts to Mitigate Threats and Reduce Risks
During this webinar, two esteemed industry experts will present their views on the changing threat landscape, associated risks and mitigation strategies.
Smart City and Streetlight Case Studies
A discussion on smart city and streetlight case studies using IEEE 1901 High-Speed Powerline Communication and an introduction to the newly approved IEEE 1901b Amendment on Enhancements for Authentication and Authorization (Security).
Centralizing AI for Maximum Impact
This webinar will discuss how AI development can be a frenzied endeavor with disparate teams generating overlapping and costly solutions. Understand how centralizing AI functions from infrastructure, data services, MLOps pipelines, software components/access and explainability techniques can potentially reduce overhead, optimize solutions and partners, and finally increase trust and adoption.
Practice Lead Srikanth Chandrasekaran provides a brief overview of the Foundational Technologies Practice and the initiatives for 2021.
Industrial IOT & Smart Manufacturing
Driving Smart Manufacturing through the development of IoT frameworks and technologies for connected, integrated systems while addressing critical issues regarding data security, privacy, identity and trust.
Identifying new technologies for Smart Home – from devices, phones, wearables and embedded sensors while connecting the unconnected and enabling new markets while focusing on data ownership/agency, security, safety and privacy as adoption increases in the consumer space.
Infrastructure for Emerging Applications
Emerging technologies such as Quantum Computing, AR/VR, Blockchain and next generation connectivity protocols will drive future applications and enable new markets and as these technologies evolve, considerations on energy efficiency and sustainability also become very important.
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