IEEE Standards Working Groups

In today’s interconnected world of technologies, industries, and geographical areas, standards are becoming more important than ever in simplifying product development, easing trade, and speeding adoption. IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) connects people from across the globe to raise standards for technology.

At IEEE SA, interested individuals and organizations form Working Groups to create and write standards. Through the open platform, volunteer participants collaborate to identify the market need for standardization, exchange industry knowledge, and expertise, and reach a consensus to push the realization of standards.

From WiFi to blockchain, and sensors to medical devices, IEEE SA brings together more than 600 active Working Groups that represent nearly 1,200 active standards and 1,000 projects striving to make people’s everyday lives easier. Whether you’re a consumer or in business, an educator or a policymaker, you can find a Working Group that relates most to your needs. Discover more about IEEE SA Working Groups, read important updates, and hear volunteer stories.

Looking to get involved in standards development? See how you can make your mark and raise the world’s standards.

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Delivering State-of-the-Art Testing Procedures for 5G Device Safety through IEC/IEEE Joint Standards

Delivering State-of-the-Art Testing Procedures for 5G Device Safety through IEC/IEEE Joint Standards

Highlights 5G mmWave is a key element of 5G technology. Within a few years, most 5G mobile devices will have mmWave capability. IEC/IEEE 63195 joint standards aim to meet advances in mobile technology and help consumers feel confident that 5G technology is matched with the highest EMF safety testing standards.…
How To Make Autonomous Systems More Transparent and Trustworthy

How To Make Autonomous Systems More Transparent and Trustworthy

Highlights IEEE 7001 standard describes specific, measurable levels of transparency that can be assessed objectively, and identifies compliance that can be determined during system design.IEEE 7001 complements and extends the IEEE 7000 series, which focuses on various aspects of ethics in engineering to enable societal benefit.The IEEE CertifAIEd program was…
Advancing Autonomous Robot Development and Adoption Through Standards

Advancing Autonomous Robot Development and Adoption Through Standards

Autonomy is the ability to perform tasks without help. In the case of autonomous robots, obstacles may arise internally like an electrical short or a broken part or externally such as encountering debris. These instances can cause mission interruption or failure. Greater autonomy requires adaptive mechanisms to overcome disturbances that…
Addressing Grid Reliability As Renewable Energy Integration Speeds up

Addressing Grid Reliability As Renewable Energy Integration Speeds up

The trend to connect large-scale wind, solar, battery and other inverter-based resources (IBRs) to the electric power grid is accelerating. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that solar power alone, for example, could account for as much as 40% of the nation’s annual electricity generation by 2035, although  the penetration…
Promoting Standardization in Smart Manufacturing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications

Promoting Standardization in Smart Manufacturing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications

Dr. Sha Wei knows from her decades of experience in the IT field, that artificial intelligence (AI) has the power to positively change lives—from helping doctors make the right medical decisions to save someone’s life, to designing fair loan-repayment terms. She’s also seen mistakes AI has made that have posed…
Enabling Rural Access to Safe Electricity

Enabling Rural Access to Safe Electricity

Residents of many small villages in India no longer have to end their workday when the sun goes down. Because of the work of Rajesh Kunnath and other volunteers at the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) designing installation rules for basic electricity supply from a renewable source such as an…
A New Standard for a New Era in Space

A New Standard for a New Era in Space

The mapping applications on our smartphones and in our cars rely on signals from a constellation of navigation satellites to pinpoint our location. When these signals are reflected back into space, they are imprinted with data about the Earth’s surface features and conditions. The distortions and delays of the reflected…
New IEEE Standard Advances Federated Cloud Computing

New IEEE Standard Advances Federated Cloud Computing

Computing increasingly is performed “in the cloud,” meaning that the necessary servers, data storage devices, software and related digital tools and services are not local resources, but rather they are utilized via a remote data center managed by a cloud service provider. Users turn to cloud computing-enabled applications to augment…
Driving Responsible Advancement of Automated Vehicles

Driving Responsible Advancement of Automated Vehicles

Advancing automated driving systems (ADS) technology is paramount. It can save lives and prevent injuries, reduce costs associated with car accidents, lessen traffic, cut down on negative environmental impact, and create independence among people who cannot drive. Revving Up the Process Establishment of an industry-wide set of safety specifications supports…
IEEE SA Places Focus to Fuel the Future of Mobility

IEEE SA Places Focus to Fuel the Future of Mobility

Transportation is all about moving goods and people from place to place. The mobility industry, which comprises roadways, railways, airways, and waterways, is undergoing disruptive changes driven by technological advancements, particularly information and communication technologies (ICTs). For example, the evolution of road transportation is driven by connectivity, increasing autonomy, electrification,…
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