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Introducing Students to Universal Design and Wireless Technology

On February 15, 2013 James Mueller, a Wireless RERC scientist, presented “Getting Wireless: An Introduction to Universal Design and Wireless Technology” to 32 sophomore industrial design students at Virginia Tech.  This is part of the Wireless RERC’s initiative to educate the next generation of wireless technology designers on universal design as a core practice for innovative and future design of products and applications.

The specific objectives of the project are to:

Socioeconomic Impacts of Wireless Technology

May 10, 2012 – CTIA - The Wireless Association released their report “Socioeconomic Impacts of Wireless Technology: A Review of Opportunities and Challenges in Health Care, Finance, Education and Community Empowerment,” examining the current and future impact of wireless technologies.  The report reviews many wireless technology innovations and examines their role to increase accessibility for socioeconomically disadvantaged populations within the fields of health care, finance, education and community empowerment.  The report considers that many wireless technologies are avenues of social

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