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@stogner | 5 Magazines | 11,986 Articles | 6,936 Followers | 4 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

Why Siemens is using old technology to solve modern shipping problems

Siemens’ new eHighway offers an unexpected road to clean shipping.

In June, Siemens announced a partnership with Swedish transit authorities for the second pilot study of a new way to electrify highway freight shipping.

Well, it’s sort of new—dubbed eHighway, the system powers trucks through overhead …



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

Safe Advanced Mobile Power

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Mobile Devices

This Modern Survival Kit Comes With a Battery for Your Phone

Three years ago, the team at Box Clever began looking for a project to take on internally. New York was reeling from Hurricane Sandy, and the storm …


GE Signs Its Largest Battery Energy Storage Deal to Date

SCHENECTADY, N.Y.—Aug. 20, 2015—Continuing its mission to deliver comprehensive energy storage solutions, GE (NYSE: GE) today announced it will …


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 …

IC monitors multicell battery packs

The ISL94203 battery-pack monitor IC from Intersil monitors, protects, and cell-balances three- to eight-cell rechargeable battery packs, supporting …


Golfing Just Got A Lot More Fun

Normally when you play golf, you walk or ride in a golf cart between the holes, but GolfBoards have made travelling that distance much more …

Tesla To Buy Lithium From Mexico For Battery Factory

Tesla Motors last week announced an agreement to obtain a supply of lithium for its massive battery factory under construction in Nevada.

Canadian …


The Batteriser: scam or savior?

Recent teardowns I've authored have highlighted the circuitry differences between hardware powered by batteries, therefore containing DC voltage …

Moore's Law

Why Industrial IoT platform is best hope for IT and OT convergence

With my engineering background, I was always fascinated with SCADAs and PLCs. These are small devices and associated monitoring frameworks that give …


Just Say No to the Driverless Car

The more I think about it, the more I realize that the driverless car is not a good idea. Granted, most people I talk with about this are as …

Driverless Cars

Achieve the Impossible in IoT: Full-Featured Apps on Resource-Limited Platforms

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The expectations of the Internet …

Internet of Things

Makers Turn to Crowdfunding to Promote IoT Projects

Small Projects Look To Make Big Waves for Internet of Things

Smart appliances, home automation, and self-driving vehicles are just a small choice-cut …


TI Releases E-Book Guide to the IIoT

Before the Internet, getting up to snuff on a particular element of electronic design required obtaining and reading “the” book on the subject. …


As energy push accelerates, battery costs set to plunge 60%

An energy storage study claims that prices for certain battery technologies will plunge by as much as 60% over the next five years. The report was …


IT Peer Network: Using Wearable Technology to A...

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Moran specializes in Data Mining and Machine Learning

Health Care Technology

Battery recycling 'victory' in North America

Canada/USA: To date in 2015, some 2600 tonnes of batteries have been collected for recycling in the USA and Canada via the network of consumer battery

North America

Tesla’s coattails are carrying along Panasonic, but a battle for battery supremacy is brewing

Tesla Motors is in a growing battle for electric car supremacy—now Audi, BMW, GM, VW, Aston Martin, and perhaps Jaguar are creating new electrics. But a parallel race is under way as well—a battle among chemists for which battery will be king.

The dual races are converging on a gigantic smashup in …


IoT for food and water: Here’s what the future looks like


In the near future, IoT will drive tremendous innovation in the way our food is grown, processed, distributed, stored, and consumed. Plants and animals will literally have a “voice.” Not a human voice, per se, but a voice based on data that can tell people, computers, and machines when, for …


Cloud storage promising, but security concerns remain

We are living in a digital world. People are producing a massive amount of data every hour — every minute.

It’s challenging for many organizations to …


The digital future of healthcare is here

As the US deals with ever-growing healthcare expenditures, the industry must somehow bring these expenses under control. Digitizing all aspects of …

Health Care

Inside the Internet of Things (IoT): A primer on the technologies building the IoT

The Information Value Loop

If you’ve ever seen the “check engine” light come on in your car and had the requisite repairs done in a timely way, you’ve …

Internet of Things

Gravity Light is Powered Entirely by Gravity and Costs Just $20, No Batteries Required

Aimed at developing countries, the Gravity Light requires no batteries, as it gets energy from its own weight, thus providing free light once …


Google's self-driving cars might be too good at braking for cyclists

Google's self-driving cars are cautious by design, but in at least one instance, it may be a bit too much. A cyclist posting on a road bike forum says that an encounter between themself and a self-driving car ended up with neither moving more than a few inches for a good two minutes. The cyclist …


Ten top languages for crunching Big Data

With an ever-growing number of businesses turning to Big Data and analytics to generate insights, there is a greater need than ever for people with …

Big Data

Living the electric motorcycle lifestyle (video)

Curt Schwebke is a Silicon Valley engineer who gave up riding motorcycles to raise a family. Now, his children are grown and he has developed an urge …


Brown seeks to broaden California's clean-energy reach in the West

Gov. Jerry Brown is working on an ambitious plan for transmitting electricity across state lines and bolstering California's role in the region, according to energy officials.

The plan would integrate PacifiCorp, a utility serving six Western states, into the electricity grid run by the California …


Baby, We Won’t Drive Our Cars: The Future Of Automotive Transportation

Earlier this summer, Trinity had the pleasure of hosting a Transportation Tech dinner with some of the brightest minds in the space, including Uber’s lead data scientist, Lyft’s leader of operations strategy, RelayRides’ head of marketing, and the CEOs of ZIRX, MileIQ, Chariot, and Automatic.

While …

Automotive Industry

‘Almost perfect’ battery from MIT will last longer, won’t degrade - and never blow up in your face

© Yan Wang / Massachusetts Institute of Technology / FreeMaterial scientists have developed a solid-state electrolyte, which can greatly boost modern