The Boeing 737 Max 8 Tragedies: Why RCA is Critical to Successful Solution Generation

Posted on May 7th, 2019 by Editor (Emma)

The Boeing 737 Max 8 Tragedies On October 29th, 2018 an Indonesian airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft crashed minutes after take-off, killing all 189 on board. The tragic events seemed to play out again on March 10th, 2019 when an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 went down in a similar manner, killing all…

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Posted on January 16th, 2019 by Editor (Emma)

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5G, M2M, IoT …. Systematic Innovation Using TRIZ

Posted on August 22nd, 2018 by Editor (Emma)

We kicked off our innovation curriculum in 2015 with a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) attended by hundreds of engineers worldwide. While many innovation methodologies are creativity stimulation techniques rooted in psychology, TRIZ turns inventing  into a systematic, algorithmic process. We teach both types of courses, but the demand for TRIZ has grown steadily, making our TRIZ curriculum grow over the years as well.

IoT-enabling Technologies: IEEE 802.15.4, WLLN, ZigBee, WAVE, Next Gen WiFi

Posted on March 15th, 2018 by Editor (Emma)

Eogogics IoT-enabling Technologies Workshop   The Internet is rapidly turning into a hyper-connected network of tens of billions of computers, smart phones, homes, buildings, vehicles, products, appliances, devices, machinery, and sensors. The Fifth Generation of Wireless (5G) is being engineered for such massive interconnectivity, but it will be aided by technologies such as LR-WPAN, WLLN,…

Technology and Society: The Changing Landscape

Posted on May 11th, 2017 by Editor (Emma)

Technology and Society: Introduction In the halcyon days of technology development, just a few decades ago, advances were greeted with enthusiasm. Everyone expected a better life from new devices: computers, microwaves, and nuclear power, to mention a few. Environmental concerns, global warming, worker displacement, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), energy conservation, and globalization were not on…

The Internet of Things: Smart Devices, M2M, WSNs, and IoT

Posted on May 8th, 2017 by Editor (Emma)

At its most basic level, IoT just connects simple devices over the Internet or other network which could be private and/or wireless. Common examples include the ‘program-from-anywhere’ thermostats and security systems already in use. At the mid-level, IoT is an enabler of new business and technology models, not just incremental improvement of existing ones. For example, autonomous vehicles will require very high levels of communication among devices in the vehicle (e.g., LIDAR, sensors, cameras, computers) and most likely devices/sensors outside the vehicle (e.g., other vehicles, fixed cameras, servers with detailed maps). At the highest level, the interconnection of devices could lead, over time, to new technologies that will reorganize the society, much as the automobile and the Internet have. One possibility is the “Smart City”, where IoT is used not only in autonomous vehicles, but where all types of transportation are linked to provide optimized people movement. Private self-drive cars, in this scenario, would rarely be needed. This could lead to entirely different land use patterns, for example.

Summer Sale!

Posted on April 26th, 2017 by Editor (Emma)

Eogogics First-ever 25/25 Summer Sale: 25% Off Everything! Only First 25 Customers per Product Line. Call Now!   Only Till August 25: 25% off all research publications 25% off all onsite courses booked before Aug. 25 25% off all online courses   This offer is limited to first 25 customers in each product line, so be…

About Our New Site’s Theme: Power Up!

Posted on February 22nd, 2017 by Editor (Emma)

“Power Up!”, the site’s new theme, underscores the exciting new courses and publications we’ve just added to help you synch your team with the latest tech: IoT, 5G, LTE, M2M, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, TETRA, RF, SATCOM, Cloud Computing, SDN, NFV, IP Technologies, Big Data/Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Engineering … also, Technical Management, Leadership, and much more.…

What’s New at Eogogics This Quarter

Posted on February 22nd, 2017 by Editor (Emma)

Lots of new courses and research publications on 5G, IoT, Cognitive Network Management, Immersive Technologies, Mobile Edge Computing, ZigBee, Advanced WiFi, WPAN, WLLN, Wireshark, Programmable IoT, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cognitive Computing, M2M, Smart Buildings, Vehicles, and Manufacturing, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things (IoT), Haptic Internet …

Blockchain and Other Cutting Edge Tech

Posted on October 6th, 2016 by Editor (Emma)

Blockchain, the Distributed Ledger Technology behind Bitcoin, has attracted interest across many industries including financial services, legal, real estate, digital rights, identity management, healthcare, asset tracking, supply chain management, and the Internet of Things (IoT). A disruptive technology, it has the potential to transform the way many transactions are conducted.

Distributed Computing for IoT: Data Management in a Fog Computing Environment

Posted on August 12th, 2016 by Editor (Emma)

Mobile cellular operators are making plans for Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), which enables Cloud computing capabilities and an IT service environment at the edge of the cellular network. It is a concept developed by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) that aims to bring computational power into Mobile RAN (radio access network) to promote virtualization of software at the radio edge. MEC brings virtualized applications much closer to mobile users ensuring network flexibility, economy and scalability for improved user experience.

MOOCs: A Revolution … or Just Plain Hype?

Posted on April 25th, 2016 by Olena Ivanova

As of this writing, hundreds of MOOCs are being offered by US and foreign universities and millions of people have registered for them. But are they effective? They have been criticized for their lack of academic rigor. They also suffer from poor completion rates, with the bulk of participants dropping out in the first few days of the course. But they do offer the promise of making higher education and degrees accessible to a much larger chunk of the world’s population at a fraction of the cost, significantly reducing the cost of corporate training, and providing a convenient and cost-effective option for lifelong learning.

Decision-Making Tools and Expected Monetary Value (EMV)

Posted on March 29th, 2016 by Editor (Emma)

Decision-Makers’ Toolkit   “Decision-making is the cognitive process of selecting a course of action from among multiple alternatives. Every decision-making process produces a final choice.” That’s what Wikipedia says anyway. What it doesn’t say is that some decisions must be made for outcomes that will occur in the future. However, there are a couple of…

Technical Managers’ Decision-Making Toolkit

Posted on March 29th, 2016 by Editor (Emma)

As technical managers, we’re often faced with decisions for outcomes that will occur in the future. The decision-making toolkit, taught hands-on in our technical and project management courses, includes a number of tools that can be employed to help us do just that. In this issue, I’d like to share with you an Eogogics white…

April Foolishness: (Clean) Engineer and Manager Jokes

Posted on March 14th, 2016 by Editor (Emma)

  Do you know good engineer/manager jokes? Email them to info@eogogics.com. They may be included in a future edition of April Foolishness along with your name. Happy April Fools Day!   A man, flying in a hot air balloon, realizes that he is lost. He reduces his height and spots a man down below. He…

SDN/NFV (Software Defined Networking, Network Functions Virtualization): Networking Game Changers?

Posted on January 25th, 2016 by Editor (Emma)

The terms SDN (Software Defined Networks) and NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) have acquired magical connotations for those who work with networks but are not technical, raising many expectations. Are SDN and NFV really such a game changer for networking? SDN and NFV are among the half dozen or so technologies seeking to address the issues that trouble contemporary networks. The other major technologies in the mix include GMPLS, ASON, high-speed Ethernet, NGN, and OTN, with a good deal of overlap between the various solutions that have been proposed.

SDN/NFV: Enhancing Network Capacity and Functionality

Posted on November 10th, 2015 by Editor (Emma)

SDN and NFV have been developed to help meet the challenge of increasing demand for services and user expectation of rapid provisioning and universal availability. Both rely on virtualization, the ability to make a piece of equipment look like another via the magic of software. SDN was originally developed to address the problems of large data centers, where virtualization of hardware and operating system is important. It will likely spread to other areas, including the WAN, where virtualization and the ability to dial up bandwidth and related characteristics would be extremely valuable as well. NFV is an outgrowth of SDN in many respects, concentrating on backbone networks, where the need to rapidly reconfigure resources is key.

1Q16 Program Update: New Courses and Publications

Posted on September 1st, 2015 by New Admin

  Featured Technical and Project Management Courses   Project Portfolio Management for Executives in Depth Project & Team Management Project Management – Advanced Controlling Project Risk Controlling Change to Scope & Requirements PMP® / CAPM® Exam Preparation   New Research Publications   Telecom APIs and Communication Enabled Apps Global Financial Technology (FinTech) Global Connected Consumer…

A 10th Anniversary Toast … to All of YOU!

Posted on June 3rd, 2015 by New Admin

            I’ve been with Eogogics for a decade and I couldn’t be more excited about the future. Leading up to our 10th anniversary, which is on July 4th, I called to personally thank as many of our clients as I could. I asked each of you how we could better…

Miniblogs: Brief Updates on Eogogics Programs

Posted on April 28th, 2015 by New Admin

From time to time, our Home page features brief updates on new courses, curricula, research publications, and such. (Look for these updates in the right column directly under the LATEST POST.) This page provides a cumulative record of such updates since April 2015.  Related pages: Blogs page (articles), Microblogs (our social media posts). Follow us…

Great Beginnings!

Posted on March 1st, 2015 by New Admin

Happy (belated) New Year! The year is off to a great start! In the past few weeks, we have published many new courses, research reports, and Knowledge Center articles.  For a quick run-down of what’s new you can visit our What’s New, Miniblogs, or Blogs pages. Check out the interactive online catalogs (Sways) of our 2017 programs as well: Wireless, General Telecommunications, Engineering, Technical Management, and Leadership/Soft Skills.…

Any Course Combination of Your Choice over $1,000: Save $100!

Posted on December 16th, 2014 by New Admin

Save $100 by registering for any combination of courses of your choice that adds up to $1,000 or more. To take advantage of this offer, enter “wnow100” in the coupon code field during the check out process. That’s all there is to it! Click this button to be taken to the Eogogics Now@Web™ course purchase page

Fixed/Mobile Convergence – IMS & SIP: For Technical Audiences (Course N-FMC)

Posted on December 16th, 2014 by New Admin

It’s WebLive™, a Real Course, Taught Live on the Web, with Two-Way Interactivity Not an Infomercial Disguised as Real Training Date and Time: Nov 4-5, 2009; two half-day sessions, each from 2:15 to 5 PM (US Eastern Time) Cost: $425 (seats are limited, sign up now) Click this button to be taken to the Eogogics…

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Posted on September 28th, 2014 by New Admin

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