The IEEE Xplore Innovation Spotlight reports on new research published in some of the world’s most highly cited journals in electrical engineering, computer science, communications, power and energy, and nearly all other aspects of technology. The topics within the Spotlight cover significant issues impacting industry and society today, chosen from the plethora of rich, multi-disciplinary content available through the IEEE Xplore digital library of over 4 million technical documents.
Whether it’s an advancement that maximizes the potential of solar panels, device breakthroughs that bring the Internet of Things closer to reality, robotics that make our lives and jobs more efficient, or new strategies to secure our data in cyber space, these research articles represent critical steps to developing the technologies of tomorrow.
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