Amidst rapid technological advancements, the internet of things is transforming the way we live and work. In our nine-week Industrial Internet of Things: From Theory to Applications program, you’ll explore real-life case studies and the latest research in order to deepen your understanding of the digital tools that are enabling a new generation of sensors—including fundamental sensing, computing, and communication software technologies.
Technology is drastically reshaping the business world. And in this world marked by tight competition, organizations are required to innovate and develop at the speed of light to remain ahead – regardless of what industry they belong to, or which countries they operate in. Our Management of Technology: Roadmapping & Development online program provides an overview of the principles, methods, and management tools for technologically enabled systems and organizations.
Management of Technology: Strategy & Portfolio Analysis is designed to expand and build upon the knowledge acquired by professionals in Management of Technology: Roadmapping & Development. In this continuation of the first program, the comprehensive goal is to lead participants in their quest to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively manage technology within their organizations.
Data is getting created at a rapid pace. It is estimated that more than 2 quintillion bytes of data have been created each day in the last two years. As organizations experience an overflow of data, they are sparing no effort to extract meaningful insights to make smarter business decisions. In order to help you unravel the true worth of data, MIT Professional Education offers Applied Data Science Program, which aims to prepare data-driven decision makers for the future.
This program offers a fresh approach—a doer's approach—to innovating. Aspiring innovators will explore how to turn their “hunches” into tangible, real-world problems by learning to envision the organizations that can solve them. You will discover the advantages of converting challenges into opportunities and acquire the necessary tools and techniques to work with parts and people to move forward in your innovating.
The desire to develop solutions to the challenges we face is intrinsic within us as humans. However, with an overflow of data generated daily, solutions are often developed that exclude certain groups or may not be based on the critical needs people have. An increased focus on the context of our solutions, however, can lead us as we develop human-centered products, ventures, and services. But how do we establish that context? Is it through the data or the tech we use? The processes we establish? Or does it come directly from those who have experienced these problems?
New technologies and fresh approaches are being applied to various challenges in Agtech. In this webinar, we will see two novel research directions focused at the front end of the precision agriculture sector: that is, on the health and quality of the plants and crops themselves. First is a unique approach to creating drought resistant seeds; the second is a new way to leverage Raman spectroscopy, in the field, to monitor plant nutrition.
This webinar will feature portable medical devices developed by MIT Lincoln Laboratory’s Biotechnology and Human Systems division. Join us to learn about new sensors, robotic mechanisms and advanced AI and signal/image processing algorithms to enhance medical response and improve health outcomes in clinical environments as well as pre-hospital, field and home settings.
The 2022 MIT Japan Conference will feature presentations by leading MIT faculty in the areas of computing, quantum systems, smart homes, nano and sustainable materials, bio-electronics and sensing platforms. It will also include presentations by MIT-related startups in a variety of areas.
Join world renowned MIT faculty at the 2021 MIT Madrid Conference, hosted by Fundación Ramón Areces. More information to be announced soon.