An emerging IEEE standard that promises Fast Ethernet speeds for wireless LANs won’t likely be ratified before late 2005, but as with previous WLAN protocols, Broadcom Corp. is planning to jump the gun by releasing “prestandard” products. 802.11n is designed to increase WLAN speeds to at least 100Mbps for data and actual throughput rates.
Math Says You’re Driving Wrong and It’s Slowing Us All Down #mmda2017/12/18
https://www.wired.com/story/math-says-youre-driving-wrong-and-its-slowing-us-all-down/?CNDID=49046367&mbid=nl_121517_daily_list3_p4A new study in IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems mathematically models the implications of the larger problem: You’re not keeping the right distance from the car behind you. Related
Drone With Event Camera Takes First Autonomous Flight2017/11/22
Drone With Event Camera Takes First Autonomous Flight – IEEE Spectrumhttps://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/drones/drone-with-event-camera-takes-first-autonomous-flightInspired by insect eyes, this camera helps drones move fast and reliably. Event cameras work differently than conventional ones. Instead of recording what a scene looks like, event cameras record how a scene changes. Point them at a scene that isn’t moving and they won’t […]
Respecting patients’ wishes: What it means to provide good quality end-of-life care2017/10/10
Respecting patients’ wishes: What it means to provide good quality end-of-life carehttp://today.mims.com/what-it-means-to-provide-good-quality-end-of-life-care?elq_mid=35940&elq_cid=28039As Asia ages and rates of terminal illnesses rise, there is an increasing demand for end-of-life care. And, we’re not talking about just basic end-of-life care; rather, a quality end-of-life care. In Asia, this notion has clearly progressed – with Singapore emerging second (and […]