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    What A Smart City is All About

    With the human population expected to grow from the current 7.9 billion to almost 10 billion by 2050, it is estimated that approximately 70% of the planet’s inhabitants will also be living in an urban setting. To achieve the highest potential for humanity, smart cities strive to bring together government,…

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    How Standards Help Make Smart Cities a Reality

    Smart Cities in India India is expected to witness an increase in urban population from 377 million in 2011 to 600 million in 2031 — roughly twice the current population of the United States, according to a UN-backed report published in 2014. Given the growth, the country is expected to…

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    IEEE Standards Used in Your Everyday Life

    Technology has become an integral aspect of our everyday lives. From the internet to the smart grid, and health care to transportation, technology standards are used in a variety of ways. IEEE standards enable many of these technologies, as well as those that have helped people cope with the COVID-19…

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    How Standards Are Made

    When you get a new tablet, laptop, or smart speaker, one of the first things you do is connect it to your home Wi-Fi network. When you get a new pair of Bluetooth earbuds, you immediately pair it with your smartphone or tablet.  After that, you probably never think about…

  • IEEE Standards Fulfill the 2017 World Standards Day Theme: “Standards Make Cities Smarter”

    Making things “smart” seems to be happening everywhere today. More and more people are using smart tools in their homes, cars and other aspects of their everyday lives. New applications continue to incorporate more and more smart elements, while smart technologies are integrated into new and updated infrastructure as well.…

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    IEEE Standards Help Enable Smart City Technologies for Humanity

    To meet the increased energy demands of the future, IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) develops standards and related activities for infrastructure and networking that are necessary to design, generate, automate, operate, deliver, distribute, support, and connect energy to cities, homes, and systems. Smart Cities standards and projects include: Smart Grid,…

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    IEEE Publishes 2017 National Electrical Safety Code®

    Today the IEEE Standards Association released the 2017 National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®). Every five years, NESC users come together to review and update the code, so that it stays a relevant and authoritative guide for ensuring the continued practical safeguarding of persons and utility facilities during the installation, operation,…

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    National Electrical Safety Code Timeline

    Today, the National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®) celebrates 100 years in print. One of the most widely adopted safety codes and produced exclusively by IEEE, the NESC provides best practices for safety of electric supply and communication utility systems to both public and private utilities. Every five years the NESC…

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    Bringing Standards To Life: Insulin Pump

    Did you know that IEEE standards are a part of monitoring your health? P11073-10419™ — Standard for Health informatics – Personal health device communication – Device specialization – Insulin pump IEEE 802.3™-2012 — IEEE Standard for Ethernet IEEE 802.11™-2012 — IEEE Standard for Information technology–Telecommunications and information exchange between systems…

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    Bringing Standards to Life: Blood Pressure Monitor

    Did you know that IEEE standards are a part of monitoring your health? IEEE 11073-10407™-2010 — IEEE ISO/IEEE Health informatics — Personal health device communication — Part 10407: Device specialization — Blood pressure monitor IEEE 802.3™-2012 — IEEE Standard for Ethernet IEEE 802.11™-2012 — IEEE Standard for Information technology–Telecommunications and…

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