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  1. Advancing Innovation Through Standardization • Dennis Brophy • Chair, IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group • SIIT 2013 • 25 September 2013

  2. IEEE Today MEMBERS Over 425,000 COUNTRIES Over 160 CONFERENCES Over 1300 per year PUBLICATIONS Over 30% of world’s electrotechnical literature STANDARDS Over 900 active standards Over 500 active projects

  3. IEEE Office Locations Europe: Brussels Beijing, China United States Piscataway, NJ New York, NY Washington, DC Los Alamitos, CA Tokyo, Japan Bangalore, India Singapore

  4. IEEE Technical Societies/Councils • Aerospace & Electronic Systems • Antennas & Propagation • Broadcast Technology • Circuits & Systems • Communications • Components, Packaging, & Manufacturing Technology • Computer • Computational Intelligence • Consumer Electronics • Control Systems • Council on Electronic Design Automation • Council on Superconductivity • Dielectrics & Electrical Insulation • Education • Electromagnetic Compatibility • Electron Devices • Engineering in Medicine & Biology • Geosciences & Remote Sensing • Industrial Electronics • Industry Applications • Information Theory • Intelligent Transportation Systems • Instrumentation & Measurement • Lasers & Electro-Optics • Magnetics • Microwave Theory & Techniques • Nanotechnology Council • Nuclear & Plasma Sciences • Oceanic Engineering • Power Electronics • Power & Energy • Product Safety Engineering • Professional Communication • Reliability • Robotics & Automation • Sensors Council • Signal Processing • Social Implications of Technology • Solid-State Circuits • Systems Council • Systems, Man, & Cybernetics • Technology Management Council • Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, & Frequency Control • Vehicular Technology

  5. IEEE Standards Association Vision Be recognized as a preferred global provider of high-quality, market-relevant technology standards and of services that promote their universal adoption Mission Enable and promote the collaborative application of technical knowledge to advance economic and social well-being through the development of technical standards and related activities Ensure • Collaboration and community building • Openness • Technical integrity and excellence • Economic and timely market relevance • Global scope • Societal contribution • IEEE-SA By-the-Numbers • 900+ active standards • 500+ standards under development • 7,000+ individual members • 200+ corporate members • 20,000+ standards developers worldwide

  6. What We Do • Nurture, develop and advance global technologies through the facilitation of standards development and collaboration activities • Provide a venue for innovators • Provide solutions through a menu of engagement options • Our work drives the functionality, capabilities and interoperability of a wide range of products and services that transform the way people live, work and communicate--advancing technology for the benefit of humanity

  7. What We Offer • Standards development and distribution • Recommended Practices, Guides, Standards • Open access through subsidized "Get Programs" • Membership • Individual and Corporate • Standards related products • Handbooks, tutorials, e-learning • Standards education • Consensus-based exploration • Industry Connections • Association Management services • Registration Authorities • Conformity Assessment (IEEE Conformity Assessment Program via the ISTO)

  8. Globally Respected Standards Process Consensus • Adheres to the WTO/TBT Principles • Based on rigorous peer-review • Reflects the collective consensus view of participants • Results in high quality globally relevant technical standards Due Process Openness Right of Appeal Balance

  9. Global Collaboration • ISO/IEEE PSDO Agreement address adoptions and joint development work between the ISO and IEEE • Currently covers the following areas: • ISO TC 204 — Intelligent transportation • ISO TC 215 — Health Informatics • ISO/IEC JTC 1 — All subcommittees • IEC/IEEE Dual Logo Agreement was signed in 2012 to approve IEEE Standards are eligible for adoption by IEC • The IEEE is a Sector Member of • ITU-R (Radiocommunication) • ITU-T (Standardization) • ITU-D (Development) • Example technical areas • Radio regulatory activities • Mobile broadband wireless access • ETSI and IEEE-SA renewed their MOU in November 2012. • Information sharing • Coordinating work on standards

  10. IEEE-SA Standards Lifecycle • Supporting the full lifecycle for standards and related activities

  11. Exploration IEEE-SA Industry Connections offers a flexible framework • Efficient, economical environment for building consensus • Incubate new standards and related services • Quick and cost-effective process • Produces "fast-track" materials, such as proposals for standards, white papers, peer-reviewed specifications, guides, position papers and other specialized tools • Hone and refine thinking on rapidly changing technologies

  12. IEEE Standards Span a broad spectrum of technologies Examples: Aerospace Electronics Broadband Over Power Lines Broadcast Technology Clean Technology Cognitive Radio Design Automation Electromagnetic Compatibility Green Technology LAN/MAN Medical Device Communications Nanotechnology National Electrical Safety Code Organic Components Portable Battery Technology Power Electronics Power & Energy Radiation/Nuclear Reliability Transportation Technology Test Technology

  13. IEEE Conformity Assessment Program • Bridges IEEE standards development activities with proven testing and certification frameworks • Encompasses all aspects of • Conformity assessment-self declaration • Third-party assessment/testing • Interoperability • Help accelerate market adoption of new products and technologies

  14. OpenStand: The Paradigm • IEEE, IAB, IETF, Internet Society and W3C documented a set of principles for a modern or market driven paradigm of global, open and bottom up standards • In this paradigm economics of global markets and societal needs, fueled by technological innovation, drive global deployment of consensual, bottom up standards to help ensure strong integration, interoperability and increased synergies along the innovation chain across national and regional boundaries • Embraces communities that are grounded in universal openness, leverage and build upon knowledge for innovation and produce standards in a process that is open to the society of world experts without restrictions

  15. OpenStand: The Principles • Respectful cooperation between standards organizations, whereby each respects the autonomy, integrity, processes and intellectual property rules of the others • Adherence to the fundamental parameters of standards development, including due process, broad consensus, transparency, balance and universal openness • Collective empowerment to strive to develop standards that are chosen and defined based on technical merit, as judged by the contributed expertise of an open and global experts community; provide global interoperability, scalability, stability, and resiliency; enable global competition; serve as building blocks for further innovation; and contribute to the creation of benefit for humanity • Availability of standards specifications; they are made globally accessible to all for implementation and deployment; moreover, the proponents of this paradigm have defined procedures to develop specifications that can be implemented under fair terms, ensuring thus a broad affordability of the outcome of the standardization process (openness of input and output) • Voluntary adoption of the standards by the market and that their success is determined by the market

  16. OpenStand: The Initiative • Multi-faceted, multi-dimensional • Strives to gain global awareness and recognition for standards and standards development processes based on the core principles • Embraces technical innovation via methods that ensure direct, open participation and that produce standards without borders and without limits • Advocates for increased openness and inclusivity • Encourages global cooperation and openness for innovation, market growth and the advancement of technology for the global benefit of humanity • Entities and individuals can: • Show support for and commitment to the principles • Promote the value of open standards and open standards development processes and their impact • Leverage the principles and paradigm in discussions, negotiations and relationships as essential tools for technology advancement to address global issues and to help ensure universal growth and social progress

  17. QUESTIONS? Thank You!