Standards Board Meeting Announcement

Meeting Announcement

IEEE Standards Association Standards Board Series

Toronto, Canada | 14-16 June 2022

Attendance Registration Deadline

Friday, 27 May 2022

Meeting Registration

Cvent Meeting Registration is required for those attending in-person or remote.

Register Now!

Hotel Information

DoubleTree by Hilton
108 Chestnut Street
Toronto, ON M5G1R3 Canada

Buffet breakfast and Internet are included with your guestroom.

Guestroom Reservations at DoubleTree:
Hotel Guestroom Reservation Deadline: Friday, 27 May 2022

After 27 May, the group rate is not guaranteed and will be accepted upon availability.

The DoubleTree Hotel is approximately 26.1 KMS (16 Miles) and depending on time of day, 20-60 mins from Lester B. Pearson International Airport.

Taxi rate is approximately $60.00 Canadian Dollars inclusive of taxes. Check w/ driver regarding cash/credit card.

The Billy Bishop (local) Airport is 3.5 KMS (2 miles) 13 mins.

Meeting Schedule

Forum Topic: Metaverse

Outreach information will be provided under separate cover.

Important Travel Information

For information such as Visa requirements, travel warnings, health considerations, please consult your doctor, local Canada representation, or your country’s foreign travel resources.

If opting to indicate ‘Business’ regarding reason for travel, please contact [email protected] for appropriate documents. See “helpful links” for additional information and COVID vaccination status requirements.

Attention SASB Members:

If unable to attend, please advise via email or check “unable” on registration form.

Helpful Links

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