IoT-Ready Millimeter-Wave Radar Sensors
Wael A. Ahmad: IHP - Leibniz-Institut für Innovative Mikroelektronik, Germany
Event-based Reconstruction Methodology for Student Behaviour Analysis in Classroom
Lee Kuan Heng, Intel Microelectronics Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia
Heal: Intelligent Healthcare Architecture using AI-based Priority Scheduling Mechanism in vSDN-driven Edge Network
Deborsi Basu, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Route-Bus Driver Evaluation System Using Digital Tachograph Data and Static Route Features
Atsuto Ishinaga, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
As part of the Industry & Government track at the conference, we're pleased to announce one of the initiatives launched by the IEEE GCAIoT, the Africa IoT & AI Challenge in partnership with IEEE TEMS and sponsorship by Benya Capital.
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IEEE 5G Summit is a one-day event that focuses on exploring the future of 5G, discussing the gaps and challenges between 3G, 4G, LTE and the proper vision of 5G, and the role of 5G in enabling Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.
Women in Tech is a whole day event meant to highlight women involvement in technology and foster their role and impact. This targets female figures in academia, research, corporates, and government officials. By women in tech we don’t just mean CEOs and the genius leaders out there, but we mean every single woman who works in the tech sector regardless of her position.
The theme for this year's IEEE GCAIoT 2020 conference is “Digital Transformation and Beyond”; it was chosen in recognition of the ongoing developments in the MENA region regarding the focus on the deployment of “Digitalization” to facilitate and operate the principles and policies remotely. This enables us to sustain the improvement in drastic situations such as the current pandemic. So whenever and wherever you are, AI will keep you connected with the rest of your community, and spreads ideas even when you are apart!
In the 2020 IEEE GCAIoT, you will be able to meet with people from a wide range of backgrounds, who you may not encounter at your workplace or institution. This is a perfect place for meeting with people in your field with whom you haven’t made contact in a while.
You will have the opportunity to talk to individuals such as technical managers and researchers, or entities like startups and universities. They may even give you advice on how to enhance your own work.
One more compelling reason to attend IEEE GCAIoT 2020 is for you to present your work. It’s a good chance to practice presenting
what you do before diverse people from similar, related, and/or completely different areas of study.
Presenting will increase your confidence in the work you do, and will give you a new perspective on your work. People may ask questions that will allow you to see your project from a different angle. You will also get the opportunity to receive feedback on your work from people who are seeing it for the first time, which can be quite insightful.
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