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What are you looking forward to at the IoT?
“The great promise of the Internet of Things is about the transformation of the world based on the convergence of numerous disjointed systems into a fully connected environment where complex tasks are synchronized and performed by a unified platform,” said Oleg Logvinov, member of the IEEE-SA Standards Board, member of the IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group, and director of market development, Industrial and Power Conversion Division with STMicroelectronics.
IEEE 1547 Workshop and P1547.1a Working Group meeting
3-5 December 2013 - New Brunswick, New Jersey
2014 South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference and Festival
7-16 March 2014 - Austin, Texas
New IEEE Resource to Help Speed Up Smart-Grid Advances
The Institute, 7 October 2013
“A lot of technologies are converging to become the smart grid, which is really a ‘system of systems,’ and we chose the five areas most involved,” says Bill Ash, strategic program manager for the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA), in Piscataway, N.J., which is leading the effort. “IEEE is known for the quality of its technical information, so it makes a lot of sense for the organization to play a defining role.”
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in Oct/Nov 2013.
National Electrical Safety Code®
Published exclusively by IEEE, the NESC® contains provisions that are considered necessary for the safety of employees & the public under the specified conditions.