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The IEEE-SA has a portfolio of over 1,200 active standards and over 650 standards under development.
The combined efforts of the global IEEE-SA community have truly made this year one for the record books.
our agile-style engagement with the IEEE-SA IC, we've been able to successfully garner unique industry insights from partners, such as the 3D Retail Coalition, to help develop market and technology requirements vital towards standardization.
org) and the IEEE-SA allows for collaboration among the developers of LOINC and IEEE 11073 standards.
The IEEE-SA has a portfolio of over 900 active standards and more than 500 standards under development.
Additionally, IEEE-SA recently modified the scope and purpose of an existing standards-development project related to the smart grid.
Approval of the IEEE P7000 standards project follows the April announcement of The Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in the Design of Autonomous Systems, an IEEE-SA Industry Connections (IC) Program that identifies needs and builds consensus for standards, certifications and codes of conduct regarding the ethical implementation of intelligent technologies.
Commenting on the participation at the event, William Ash - Strategic Program Manager, IEEE Standards Association of IEEE-SA said, "There are undoubtedly huge potential for energy efficiency and the deployment of Smart Grids in India.
We are pleased to once again partner with the IEEE-SA to make this important standard available to the worldwide design community," said Shishpal Rawat, chair of Accellera.
Srikanth Chandrasekaran, Chair - India SIG, IEEE-SA further explained, "Given the current problems facing Indian utilities in terms of revenue collection and the potential for rebalancing peak load, there is considerable incentive for adoption of Smart meters on mass scale.
Leveraging the technical breadth of IEEE-SA and its open standards development process, IEEE P2030 will provide a knowledge base for understanding and defining Smart Grid interoperability of the electric power system with end use applications and loads.