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IEEE Standards Association Webinar: Standardizing Sensor Analytics for the Internet of Things

Presented by IEEE Standards Association

15 May 2018
12:00 p.m. EDT

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly using sensor data to make critical decisions thanks to real-time analytics. In collaboration with the IEEE Sensors Council, the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) has commenced standardization efforts. IEEE P2510™ – Standard for Establishing Quality of Data Sensor Parameters in the Internet of Things Environment defines quality measures, controls, and definitions for sensor data used in IoT environments across a multitude of verticals including power and energy, oil and gas, environmental quality, healthcare and consumer electronics.

Presented by the IEEE-SA Corporate Program, this complimentary, one-hour webinar will introduce several key aspects of the proposed standards, present use cases, and provide the value proposition for a certification program for sensors in IoT applications. The presentation will cover how The IEEE Conformity Assessment Program is simultaneously working with industry stakeholders on the development of a certification program for sensors across multiple verticals, as well as the creation of the IEEE Sensors Registry. Participants will also receive information on how to join the IEEE Sensors Certification Committee (ISCC). A Q&A session will follow the presentations.

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Juan Cazilla - Chair, IEEE P2510 and Sales Engineer, Cisco Juan Cazilla - Chair, IEEE P2510 and Sales Engineer, Cisco

Juan is one of Cisco's top Sales engineers in Global Account Segment, he is currently responsible for the top global customers in Americas, he has worked for more than 25 years in data communications, smart networks and software, has worked also for 8 years in Europe, and is an active member of the IEEE, Juan is currently Chair of the PAR2510, where we are working in standardize the certification process to guaranty the data quality of the IoT world, to make more efficient and reliable the decision into the analytical systems.

Gerard Hayes - President & CEO Wireless Research Center of North Carolina Gerard Hayes - President & CEO Wireless Research Center of North Carolina

Dr. Hayes has nearly three decades of experience in government and commercial electromagnetic research and design. Prior to working with the Town of Wake Forest to establish the WRCNC in 2010, Dr. Hayes was the Director of Engineering at GreenWave Scientific where he led the development of antenna and RF circuit designs for a diverse range of DoD applications. At Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications (USA) Inc., Dr. Hayes provided global technical leadership in the Technology and Research organization with contributions to handset antenna design, technology, and radiated performance optimization.

At Lockheed Martin (formerly Lockheed Missiles and Space Co.), Dr. Hayes supported research and development efforts for space-based, phased array applications. The scope of his experience encompasses electromagnetic theory, bioelectromagnetics, antenna design, RF circuit analysis, and material engineering. He has participated in the development of international standards for OTA, HAC, and SAR evaluation (including IEEE, IEC, CTIA, and C63 standards). With over 70 US patents, Dr. Hayes has maintained a prominent technical role in the wireless industry.

Ravi Subramanian - Technical Director, IEEE Conformity Assessment Program Ravi Subramanian - Technical Director, IEEE Conformity Assessment Program

Ravi Subramaniam is currently serving in the role of Technical Director, IEEE-SA Conformity Assessment Program. In this role Ravi works closely with working groups on post standards implementation which encompasses test plan development and interoperability. Currently he is focused on developing programs in nuclear, telecommunications, power & energy, imaging and sensor technologies. He is a member and holds leadership roles within numerous committees, including the IEEE Sensors Council Industry Committee and MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG) Standards Committee.

Prior to taking on this role, Ravi has served in various technology management roles across the globe. He has previously worked for MET Laboratories, Inc., Honeywell and Ericsson. Ravi studied Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University and Johns Hopkins University.