IEEE-SA is the driving force behind much of the interoperability among today’s communication technologies. We build the consensus and standards that contribute to advancing the communications industry. Opinions presented by the speakers in this video are their own, and not necessarily those of their employers or of IEEE.
Innovation is a global capability, and IEEE-SA welcomes contributors who want to make a difference. We address technological challenges by building consensus across every continent of the world. Opinions presented by the speakers in this video are their own, and not necessarily those of their employers or of IEEE.
IEEE has published the First Quarter 2012 issue of the IEEE Standards Education e-Magazine. This month’s focus is on Smart Grid standards. Inside you will find articles on standards and education, Smart Standards for the Smart Grid, Flexible Education for Smart Grid, detailed updates on Smart Grid Standards activities and much, much more. Highlights Smart
Ever wonder how IEEE-SA brings together corporations, governments and individuals to promote the development of technology? This video explains how IEEE builds the consensus necessary to launch their global standards. Opinions presented by the speakers in this video are their own, and not necessarily those of their employers or of IEEE.
Here’s a list of interesting standards-related articles that have crossed our desktops. We thought they were worth sharing and hope you enjoy. Interconnection Standards for the Smart Grid – The codes and standards defining the Smart Grid and renewable energy sources are maturing. Consulting-Specifying Engineer by Dick DeBlasio, Chair, IEEE 2030 Working Group Computing in the
During the 2012 International CES in Las Vegas, 10-13 January 2012 the IEEE-SA, at exhibit booth 35307 in the South Hall, will show how it is enabling consumer connectivity through consensus building, by showcasing standards-development projects in a wide variety of areas, including mobile video, Smart Grid-into-home devices, home networking, electric vehicles and medical devices.
Because Consumer Connectivity Begins with Industry Making Consensus. The smart grid. Electric vehicles. Home networking. Mobile video. The things that are transforming our lives right now and will shape how we live, work and play in the future are all built on one idea: connectivity. These new technologies don’t work unless they work together. New