Newswire June - July 2019
A monthly update on standards and related solutions.

Newly Published Standards

 

IEEE 1876TM-2019,  Standard for Networked Smart Learning Objects for Online Laboratories

This standard defines methods for storing, retrieving, and accessing online laboratories and associated data as smart and interactive learning objects. For this purpose, the standard does so within the context of defining an online laboratory (lab) as a Lab as a Service (LaaS). The standard also defines methods for integrating online laboratories as smart learning objects in learning environments and learning object repositories.

 

BUY

IEEE 2755.1 TM -2019, Guide for Taxonomy for Intelligent Process Automation Product Features and Functionality  

This standard defines a taxonomy and classifies a SBIPA product's capabilities and features along with its underlying technology for the interested community. In addition, this standard creates clarity for all who are involved with SBIPA products so that industry participants may rely on a product manufacturer's functionality claims and understand the underlying technological methods used to produce those functions.

 

BUY

 

IEEE 2780 TM -2019,  Standard for Insulation-Piercing Connectors

This standard defines and describes the technical requirements, tests, inspection rules, sign, and package of insulation-piercing connectors (IPCs) used in aerial insulated cable lines, bridges and culverts, galleries, tunnels, mines, cable wells, etc., for rated voltages up to 12 kV.

 

BUY

 

IEEE 1901aTM-2019, Standard for Broadband over Power Line Networks: Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications -- Amendment 1: Enhancement for Internet of Things Applications  

The project defines a standard for high-speed (>100 Mbps at the physical layer) communication devices via electric power lines, so-called broadband over power line (BPL) devices. This standard uses transmission frequencies below 100 MHz.

 

BUY

Products and Services

 

IEEE Camera Phone Image Quality Test Plan

This document provides test methodology to test against the requirements in the IEEE 1858TM standard. The test plan provides further details on environmental conditions, device preparation, test charts, capture procedures, etc.

Learn about the Camera Phone Image Quality (CPIQ) Conformity Assessment Program

 

BUY

Of Interest

 

Enter The 2019 World Standards Day Contest

Enter The 2019 World Standards Day Contest

In celebration of World Standards Day 2019, IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) is hosting a video contest that asks the question, “What does the future of technology standards look like?

 

Learn More

 

 

Recent Articles

 

Automotive Ethernet Compliance Testing from Rohde & Schwarz

Automotive Ethernet Compliance Testing from Rohde & Schwarz

New automotive applications, such as high-powered entertainment systems, are driving up bandwidth requirements and costs associated with cabling and network interfaces

 

 

Read More

AI and Blockchain at Edge – Highlights from the IEEE event at Bangalore

AI and Blockchain at Edge – Highlights from the IEEE event at Bangalore

This is the first of a kind conference organized at India connecting three different hot technologies (artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and edge) together and present a unified view of the use cases, trends and work happening in these domains

Read More

Special Report:  Project Moon Base

Special Report:  Project Moon Base

Humans are preparing to build the first permanent settlement in space

 

 

 

Read More

View infographic:  3 Steps to a Moon Base

More From IEEE

 

Redefining the Automotive Landscape

Redefining the Automotive Landscape

We are in the midst of a tremendous transformation in the automotive industry. As autonomous vehicles become ubiquitous, the demand for data density and speed will soar…

 

 

 

 

Read More

Internet of Things Technology Will Connect Highways, Street Lights, and Vehicles

Internet of Things Technology Will Connect Highways, Street Lights, and Vehicles  

Our Cars have gotten smart. Can roads catch up?

As more and more intelligent cars and autonomous vehicles hit the road, some engineers are thinking about what can be done to smarten up the streets on which they travel…

 

 

Read More

IEEE Innovators Offer Inspired Approaches to E-waste

IEEE Innovators Offer Inspired Approaches to E-waste

As technology advances rapidly, the question of how to sustainably manufacture new products and how to dispose of old ones are both of increasing importance.

After all, the average lifespan of devices is shrinking, and the United Nations is projecting that people will generate 52.2 million metric tons of e-waste globally by 2021…

 

Read More

Hot off the Press

 

Events