2019 News Archive

Press Releases

Latest news from IEEE SA.

IEEE P802.11ax™ Meets Requirements for 5G Indoor Hotspot and Dense Urban Deployments Enabling Enhanced Wireless Network Performance

Draft standard provides a cost-effective option for 5G deployments as defined by International Telecommunications Union.

IEEE Standards Association Announces Award Recipients for Outstanding Standards Development Contributions

IEEE today announced the recipients of the 2019 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) awards.

IEEE Announces Initiative to Bolster the Efficiency of Remote Clinical Trials and Improve Outcomes for Patient Care

IEEE Technology and Data Harmonization for Enabling Remote Clinical Trials explores enhanced technologies and methodologies.

IEEE Publishes Global Standard to Guide the Robotic and Intelligent Automation Transition to Industry 4.0 With Over 140 Defined Product Features

IEEE 2755.1TM draws upon industry consensus to provide a turnkey guide to assist in selecting the best support business needs.

IEEE Announces 2022 National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®) Preprint Available for Open Public Commentary

Stakeholders from the utility and telecommunications industries are encouraged to contribute to the NESC during the comment period that closes on 1 March 2020.

IEEE Publishes Three IEEE 802.3™ Standard Amendments to Meet Industry Demand for Greater Ethernet Functionality

Standard amendments provide physical layers, and associated control and management parameters, for increased network Ethernet speeds, enhanced backplane applications and improved delivery of power over Ethernet.

IEEE Launches Ethically Aligned Design, First Edition, Delivering ‘A Vision for Prioritizing Human Well-being with Autonomous and Intelligent Systems’

Groundbreaking report to take ethical implementation of autonomous and intelligent systems (A/IS) worldwide from principles to practice.

IEEE Completes Standards Family Intended to Provide Safe and Secure Medical Device Interoperability

IEEE 11073-20701™-2018 defines an architecture that binds the participant and communication model to the Web services data transport model defined in previous IEEE 11073™ standards

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