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Sarma The Value Of Standards

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  • 1. Haridoss Sarma, IEEE Senior Member Kriya Consulting, ON, Canada
  • 2. Objectives
  • 3. Standards Development Process Inputs Drafts
  • 4. The Value of Standards…
  • 5. Product Value Chain…. Source: NASA Bio-Nano Program – J.Li & Y.Lu
  • 6. Nanoelectronics Roadmap Initiatives IEEE - NESR IEC - TC 113 ITRS 2009
  • 7.
    • Microelectronics (SEMI)
    • consensus following the product value chain
    • Savings >1% of the total fab cost
    • Safety record
      • Effluent discharge limits
      • Air emission
      • Occupational
    • Use of provisional standards
  • 8.
    • Information Technology ( IEEE 802 saga )
    • Use of anticipatory standards
    • Strict guidelines for new work items
    • Attention to future needs
    • >$25 billion industry
  • 9.
    • Digital Optical Storage (DVD forum )
    • 300 million unit sale within 5 years
    • Component supply chain model and modular architecture
    • Integration of developing countries
    • $50 billion content market creation
  • 10. Standards for Nanoelectrotechnical Products – Following the supply chain
  • 11.
    • Electronics industry has done it before!
      • Product integration, market players integration, safety
    • Nanoelectronics Industry community can do it again
    • Demonstrate stewardship in LCA
    • Participation by Application-focused researchers needed
    • Develop and Use anticipatory standards
    • Develop key performance criteria for all socially beneficial nanoenabled products
    • Kick start developments in Sensor application
    • Engage international community including NIE

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