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IEEE Instrument Transformers Series – IEEE C57.13™
Electrical, dimensional, and mechanical characteristics are covered, taking into consideration certain safety features, for current and inductively coupled voltage transformers of types generally used in the measurement of electricity and the control of equipment associated with the generation, transmission, and distribution of alternating current.
Bringing Standards to Life
IEEE Standards Association Magnifies the Transformational Impact of Technologies
- IEEE 802® Series for local and metropolitan area networks
- IEEE 2200™ Intelligently Cached Mobile Content
IEEE standards help keep you connected. To see more images that capture IEEE standards in everyday life, vist the IEEE-SA Facebook page.
Standards Projects Aim to Clear Up Bottlenecks in Data Centers
As the number of people using Internet-enabled devices, services, and programs grows, so does the demand for faster connection speeds and more bandwidth. Making sure data centers can handle all the traffic is the focus of two IEEE Standards Association Ethernet projects.
Businesses Take Cybersecurity Seriously The New York Times, Facebook, Saudi Aramco, and Bank Muscat are just some of the organizations that have been victims of recent cyberattacks. These incidents include malware and virus attacks, phishing, misuse of social networks, and financial fraud.
Call for Participation
The IEEE Communication Society sponsored IEEE P2030.5™ Standard for Smart Energy Profile 2.0 Application Protocol PAR (Smart Energy Profile 2.0 Application Protocol Specification) was approved on 10 May 2013 by letter ballot from the IEEE Standards Association Standards Board.
Those organizations interested in participating in the IEEE P2030.5 Working Group can contact WG Chair Robert Heile.
Omnipresent: When Virtual Meets Reality – IEEE at SXSW 2013
At the 2013 SXSW Interactive Festival, IEEE presented the “Omnipresent: When Virtual Meets Reality” panel where industry experts discussed Virtual and Augmented Reality.