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End Roadway Deaths: What’s Next?

I love the ambition by many organizations to end roadway deaths in the United States by 2050, but is that a realistic goal? How close are we to reaching that […]




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Hybrid Work Models Demand a Focus on Security

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a sweeping trend toward remote work that isn’t going away. As the pandemic drags on and continues to threaten public […]




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Companies Build out Infrastructure for 5G in IoT

All things 5G are on the rise, it seems, and as 5G becomes more commercially available to consumers and enterprises, there will be many ripple effects. New data from Allied […]










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Food Shortages in the States

Food and water scarcity have been a global problem for as long as we can remember. Today, new factors—like the COVID-19 pandemic, upheaval in the supply chain, and an uptick […]




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VR Plays a Role in Bringing Remote Workers Together

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided a glimpse into what the future of work look like. Pre-pandemic, many more businesses had the idea that employees worked best when they were together […]




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August: Transformative 5G and A Look at What’s Next

“The vision behind 6G is to revolutionize wireless connectivity—both terrestrial and aerial—by offering unprecedented improvements in latency, network density, energy, and spectral efficiency. In the 6G space, AI will be […]




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Are Software Engineers Burned Out?

Peggy and Junade Ali, consultant, Haystack Analytics, talk about road traffic safety and the potential burnout of software engineers. He shares his journey with road traffic sensor networks and behavioral […]




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Healthcare Needs a Cybersecurity Wake-up Call

Cybersecurity is the news trend that just won’t stop trending. In the past couple of weeks, T-Mobile announced there was a breach and some unauthorized access occurred, although the extent […]