Call for Papers: IEEE Sensors Journal
Special Issue on Smart Sensors for Smart Grids and Smart Cities
This call for papers invites significant contributions in the field of sensors and sensing systems dedicated to smart grid, power networks and smart cities. The submission deadline is 31 March 2017.
For a list of topics and submission instructions, view the Call for Papers (PDF, 593 KB).
The Connected City: Trends and Developments Driving Smart City Innovation
The technological components of a “smart city,” including everything from smart grids and driverless cars to automated buildings and advanced sensors, can be complicated. But the core question behind the purpose of a smart city is quite simple: does it make human lives better? That’s the key theme explored in the webcast “The Connected City: Trends and Developments Driving Smart City Innovation,” produced by MIT Technology Review and IEEE Collabratec. Three influential subject matter experts with different backgrounds in developing smart cities delve into how these cities influence their human populations.
Ethernet Expands Into New Application Areas: The Connected Car
"With connected cars expected to reach the road as early as 2020, the publication of IEEE 802.3bw™-2015 100BASE-T1 standard is quite timely. Primarily driven by the needs of the global automotive industry, this Ethernet standard is yet again another example of Ethernet’s versatility and expansion into new applications."