Advances in technology and global connectivity have raised exciting possibilities and serious challenges for higher education. When making projections about the future of work, we should remember that the world is not standing still. A proposed prototype of the Evacuated Tube Technology is a six person capsule that would travel through air-less vacuum tubes that can reach to a maximum speed of 4,000 miles per hour.
With the go-green thoughts spreading like a wild fire throughout the world, a lot of innovative green ideas have come into existence the past few years. For instance, future space technology dictates that vessels be sent closer to the sun the gather energy and then beam this energy around the solar system as needed via laser beams.
I would like to believe that they will succeed in the next couple of years – and even wrote a report on it – The Future of Video. The future could have every student and staff carrying a laptop or handheld throughout the day. Another of the future weapons we will see shortly are advanced active denial technology (ADT) systems.
These Learning systems try to recognizes the trends in all raw data for predications. IEEE or Institute in Electrical and Electronic Engineers is an international non-profit professional type that defines the standards, publish articles and lectures in the field of advancement in electronics and electrical technology.
However, technology and innovation marches on. New materials and manufacturing techniques are developed every day. Our conference is intended to foster the dissemination of state-of-the-art research in all future IT areas, including their models, services, and novel applications associated with their utilization.