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OpenStand Principles in Action at the IEEE-SA
At the IEEE-SA standards participants work within a market-driven standards model that has gathered maturity in certain key technology spaces, including the Internet. This paradigm for global, open standards is encapsulated in the "OpenStand" principles, and it is proven in its ability to help level regional barriers in the contemporary age of borderless commerce.
IEEE 802® University Outreach
16 July 2013 - Geneva, Switzerland
IEEE Conference on Standardisation and Innovation in Information Technology (IEEE-SIIT 2013)
24-26 September 2013 - Sophia-Antipolis, France
At the Intersection of M2M, Smart Energy and eHealth
IEEE Standards Education e-Magazine, 2nd Quarter 2013
By Bill Ash, Strategic Program Manager, IEEE Standards Association, and Sam Sciacca, Co-Chair IEEE P2030 Task Force 1, CEO, SCS Consulting
How will machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and smart energy impact eHealth? The answers to that question figure to roll out in multiple directions over the next decades, but one thing today is clear: IEEE expertise already is helping define the pathways of innovation.
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