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@stogner | 5 Magazines | 11,204 Articles | 6,763 Followers | 3 Likes | Lee Stogner is the President of the Vincula Group, a consultancy business in Systems Integration, Business Process Improvement, Project Management and the Internet of Things. Lee has over 30 years of design, consulting, project management and business development experience across a range of industries. Lee has driven growth at companies that include Digital Equipment, Fluor Corporation and Rockwell International. Customers around the world have benefited from Lee's expertise and leadership. Throughout his working career, Lee has been active in both local and international professional activities. Lee is the Chair of the Carolinas' Engineering Cluster and a past Director of the IEEE Board of Directors. Today, Lee is active in promoting the development of the Internet of Things through his participation in the IEEE Smart Grid Initiative, the IEEE Transportation Electrification Committee and as a Member of the IEEE Internet of Things Initiative, IEEE IoT. Lee can be contacted at l.stogner@ieee.org

IEEE International Connected Vehicles Conference

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IEEE International Connected Vehicles Conference Organizers Seek Papers & Proposals

WASHINGTON (21 July 2015) —The fourth-annual IEEE …



The 2015 IEEE 2nd World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT) - Technologies, Applications and Social Implications is a unique event for industry …

Internet of Things

Tidal Energy: The World's Next Renewable Powerhouse?

(3Bl Media/Justmeans) - In a windy, protected sound off the north coast of Scotland ,a power generator is being built to harness energy from …


Classic 1966 VW Bus With Green Drivetrain: Solar-Powered Electric Motor

Solar-powered cars are typically custom-built affairs that prioritize function over form.Their shapes are usually dictated by aerodynamics and the …


IoT Is Turning Hardware Manufacturers Into Software Developers

GE’s Jeffrey Immelt made news last month when he told Charlie Rose that every company is becoming a software company. The Internet of Things (IoT) is …

Internet of Things

The 10 Biggest Cloud Outages Of 2015 (So Far)

Dark Clouds Ahead

In some ways. this list gets tougher to write each year, as cloud-enabling technologies mature, cloud providers become more …

Cloud Computing

Claim of new efficiency milstone in a new solar battery

From the OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY New design brings world’s first solar battery to performance milestone Sunlight makes the new ‘aqueous solar flow’ …


IoT: A Fog Cloud Computing Model - OpenMind

Internet of Things (IoT) represents a remarkable transformation of the way in which our world will soon interact. Much like the World Wide Web …

Cloud Computing

BMW wants electric racing future | Electric Vehicle News

German brand BMW believes electric cars are its future - even on the racetrack.

Speculation has been mounting for months that the company would join …


'It's my house': N.S. woman fights to live off the grid

Cheryl Smith planned to move "off the grid" and into a small house near Clark's Harbour, N.S., a year ago.

But thanks to Canadian building …

Electrical Grid

“Soft” Sensors Are Breaking Into Four Major Industries

From something as simple as a door sensor at a store to the new age of “smart” sensors in a rapidly emerging wearables market, the application of sensors has already permeated many parts of our everyday lives.

But the future of dynamic sensor applications goes beyond just measuring your heart rate …

Virtual Reality

New safety and connected features help distinguish VW's lineup

Volkswagen may have wrested the title of world's largest carmaker away from Toyota this week, but the company still has some work to do in the United States. Despite its worldwide dominance, Volkswagen's American sales have languished.

Unlike its red-hot Audi brand, mainstream Volkswagen sales have …


International Business Machines Corp. Bright Future In Cloud Computing

With the end of the second-quarter of 2015, 54% of the market share in the cloud market has been shared by big four giants, indicated by the Synergy …

Cloud Computing

How Architecture Firms Can Safely Make the Switch to Cloud Storage

As an architect, whether you’re storing large design files, sharing them with colleagues, syncing files to your tablet to show clients in meetings, …

Cloud Computing

Fuel cell industry charges forward thanks to big corporate customers

Unlike solar panels or wind turbines, fuel cells are usually hidden from sight. But a growing number of big companies are relying on these mini power plants for a steady supply of electricity with a lower carbon footprint.

Fuel cells, which date back to the 1800s, generate electricity by putting …


How battery-powered homes are unplugging Australia

Lithium-ion batteries have been on offer to Australian homes and businesses for the last year or so.

A brief history of the battery

When Jane Whiltsher …


Hybrid trains pushed as alternative to ease Metro traffic

Will hybrid trains ease traffic jams along Edsa?


WiFi devices will soon talk to each other before they connect

WiFi-equipped gadgets don't really say anything to each other before they connect, which limits what they can do -- you can't use them as Bluetooth-like smart beacons, or quickly find who's sharing photos. All that's going to change soon, though, thanks to the newly unveiled WiFi Aware spec. The …


Volkswagen bringing driver assistance systems to its 2016 lineup

Chevrolet isn't the only manufacturer rolling out luxury safety technologies on a 2016 mass-market lineup. Volkswagen has just announced that next year it will begin adding driver assistance systems to its lineup here in the States - stuff that was previously only available on Audi and Porsche …


Most (and least) expensive states to drive in

Owning a car is expensive. There are maintenance costs to consider, insurance to pay, and of course, gas. Several factors could affect these costs going forward. For one, if legislatures allow the Federal Highway Fund, which covers the costs of public infrastructure projects, to expire, road …


How self-driving cars will cut accidents 90 percent (Q&A)

For Road Trip 2015, CNET talks with the University of Michigan's Peter Sweatman about the rapid merging of computers and cars, and the fake city in …


FDA tells hospitals to ditch IV pumps that can be hacked remotely

The Food and Drug Administration "strongly encourages" hospitals to stop using Hospira's Symbiq Infusion System, because it's vulnerable to cyberattacks that would allow a third party to remotely control dosages delivered via the computerized pumps. Unauthorized users are able to access the Symbiq …


IBM Snags 400 Cloud Patents Thus Far in 2015

IBM has secured more than 400 cloud patents to date for 2015 and nearly 1,200 cloud patents over the last 18 months.


IoT Devices to Almost Triple by 2020, to 38 Billion

Devices connected to the Web --the marketplace of IoT technology -- will number 38.5 billion in 2020, up from 13.4 billion in 2015, Juniper projected.

Internet of Things

IoT: With Great Potential Come Great Security Challenges

The world is becoming increasingly digital, driven by near ubiquitous wireless connectivity, inexpensive processing, ever-more sophisticated sensor …


Three factors driving IoT in Southeast Asia

Gartner estimates that the internet of things (IoT) – a network of devices (things) with embedded technology enabling the transfer of data via the …


New supercapacitor design offers record high-energy storage

Samples of the new hybrid sol-gel material are shown placed on a clear plastic substrate for testing (credit: John Toon, Georgia Tech)

Using a hybrid …


Ireland Is Working on a Futuristic Electric Vehicle, Apparently

Meet eroadster, Alex eroadster; it's a new 2-seater electric car currently in the preps in Co. Louth, Ireland. It may not be a Tesla Model S …

Car Tech

Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios

Connect devices, other M2M assets, and people to better harness data across your business and operations

Connect IoT Devices

When you implement an IoT …

Internet of Things

How Google quietly revved up its very own car company

Google has set up its own car company. The tech giant has flirted with major car firms as it explores driverless cars but has also quietly set up its own auto company, according to documents obtained by the Guardian.

Google Auto LLC is headed by Chris Urmson, project lead for Google’s self-driving …