November 2014| In This Issue
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Bringing Standards to Life
IEEE-SA Introductory event in Vienna - Standards Around the World
The Austrian Standards Institute (ASI) hosted an IEEE-SA introduction event on 23 October in Vienna, Austria. At the event, Kostantinos Karachalios, IEEE-SA Managing Director, introduced IEEE-SA and focused on the relevance of IEEE standards for Austrian companies. In the discussion round at the end, there were engaging discussions on the future of standardization in a knowledge society and current events such as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). There were 30 people in attendance for the event and following social.
IEEE-SA Symposium on Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and Intellectual Property (IP) Interoperability held 6 October 2014
This event was intended to help members of the electronics/semiconductor design and verification community better understand the landscape of EDA and semiconductor intellectual property (IP) standards, as well as the role of these standards to address industry interoperability challenges. See program details, download presentations, and view videos from the event.
IEEE-SA Silver Sponsor of mHealth Summit, 6–10 December Washington, DC,
The mHealth Summit, the largest event of its kind, convenes a diverse international delegation to explore the limits of mobile and connected health, including every aspect and every audience. IEEE-SA will also be participating in a pre-symposium session for Technology Advancements in the Intelligent Medical Home, hosting a panel for Empowering Global Healthcare Technologies for mHealth, Telehealth, and Telemedicine through standards. More information and register.
Layer-by-Layer: The Evolution of 3-D Printing
Nearly three decades ago, long before machine parts, jewelry, toys, and even artificial organs were being created with 3-D printers, IEEE Member Charles Hull printed a small cup using ultraviolet light and a vat of plastic goop using a process he invented called stereolithography.
Protecting Intellectual Property With the Growth of 3-D Printing
Not much has happened yet, but by 2018 look for 3-D printing to be the vehicle for counterfeiting US $100 billion worth of goods annually. That’s the prediction from research firm Gartner, and companies are starting to pay attention.
The IEEE Computer Society Smart Grid Vision Project, its Findings and Future Work
The IEEE Computer Society Smart Grid Vision Project (CS-SGVP) was chartered to develop visions for the role of computing within the Smart Grid, looking forward as far as 30 years into the future. The purpose of these visions, published in the IEEE Research Report “Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond,” is to stimulate investments in computing (technology research and development, standards, and education) that will enable realization of Smart Grid goals. Learn more about:
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