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Presentation from SIEPON Seminar on 20 April in Czech Republic, sponsored by IEEE-SA & CAG. Opinions presented by the speakers in this presentation are their own, and not necessarily those of their ...

Presentation from SIEPON Seminar on 20 April in Czech Republic, sponsored by IEEE-SA & CAG. Opinions presented by the speakers in this presentation are their own, and not necessarily those of their employers or of IEEE.

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  • Overview of the IEEE, IEEE-SA &Corporate ProgramsApril 2012Dennis BrophychairCorporate Advisory GroupIEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar20 April 2012Prague, Czech Republic
  • IEEE TodayThe world’s largest professional association advancing technology for humanity MEMBERS Over 400,000 COUNTRIES Over 160 CONFERENCES Over 1200 per year PUBLICATIONS Over 30% of world’s electrotech literature STANDARDS Over 900 active standards Over 500 active projects 2
  • 415,622 IEEE Members (December 2011) 57,260 (4% growth) 224,039 (-2% growth) 100,765 6,868 (7% growth) (13% growth) 9,076 (1% growth) 17,614 (8% growth)Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 3
  • IEEE Technical Societies/Councils Aerospace & Electronic Systems  Instrumentation & Measurement Antennas & Propagation  Lasers & Electro-Optics Broadcast Technology  Magnetics Circuits & Systems  Microwave Theory & Techniques Communications  Nanotechnology Council Components, Packaging, & Manufacturing  Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Technology  Oceanic Engineering Computer  Power Electronics Computational Intelligence  Power & Energy Consumer Electronics  Product Safety Engineering Control Systems  Professional Communication Council on Electronic Design Automation  Reliability Council on Superconductivity  Robotics & Automation Dielectrics & Electrical Insulation  Sensors Council Education  Signal Processing Electromagnetic Compatibility  Social Implications of Technology Electron Devices  Solid-State Circuits Engineering in Medicine & Biology  Systems Council Geosciences & Remote Sensing  Systems, Man, & Cybernetics Industrial Electronics  Technology Management Council Industry Applications  Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, & Frequency Information Theory Control Intelligent Transportation Systems  Vehicular Technology Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 4
  • IEEE Office Locations Europe: Brussels United States Beijing, China Piscataway, NJ New York, NY Tokyo, Japan Washington, DCLos Alamitos, CA Bangalore, Singapore India Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 5
  • IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) – Globally recognized standards – Over 900 active standards – More than 500 standards under development – 7,000 individual members – 200 corporate members – Over 20,000 standards developers worldwideDennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 6
  • IEEE Board of Directors Standards Association Publication Activities Member & How IEEE-SA Geographic Activities fits within IEEE IEEE-USA Technical Activities Educational Activities 7
  • IEEE Standards Are Pervasive Addresses a broad spectrum of technologies Aerospace Electronics  Nanotechnology Broadband Over Power Lines  National Electrical Safety Code Broadcast Technology  Organic Components Clean Technology  Portable Battery Technology Cognitive Radio  Power Electronics Design Automation  Power & Energy Electromagnetic Compatibility  Radiation/Nuclear Green Technology LAN/MAN  Reliability Medical Device Communications  Transportation Technology  Test Technology Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 8
  • IEEE-SA Members (December 2011) 708 Individual 35 Corporate 5,625 Individual 101 Corporate 786 Individual 60 Individual 57 Corporate 8 Corporate 73 Individual 130 Individual 2 Corporate 0 CorporateDennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 9
  • Strong International Collaboration Asia Europe Middle East/ North Africa South AfricaDennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 10
  • Rigorous Standards Process The widely respected IEEE-Consensus SA standards-development process, which adheres to Due the WTO/TBT Principles, Process produces results that reflect the collective consensus Openness view of participants and enable industry to achieve specific objectives and Right of Appeal solutions. Balance Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 11
  • Two Types of Standards Development Individual method • Participants are “individuals”: i.e., people • Individuals represent themselves • Each individual participant has one vote • Ballot groups are made up of a minimum of 10 individuals • Ballot group participants must be IEEE-SA individual members Entity (Corporate) method • Participants are “entities,” i.e., companies, universities, government bodies, etc. • Designated representative and alternate represent the entity • Each entity has one vote • Standards project initiation requires 3 entities to commit to membership and payment of appropriate dues • Entity sends representatives to participate in standards development meetings Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 12
  • IEEE-SA Corporate ProgramWhat is it and what does it do? – Allows entities to be involved in the SA as members • Industry, academia, government, non-profits, organizations • Broad-based and diverse global membership – Gives industry a direct voice in IEEE Standards Association key programs • Ensures your business interests are heard and represented • Through standards development • Through governance (IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group) Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 13
  • Corporate ProgramCAG Leadership Membership Company TitleMentor GraphicCorporation Director, Strategic Business DevelopmentBroadcomCorporation Senior Technical Director, Office of the CTO Lead Member Technical Staff, StrategicAT&T Services, Inc. StandardsSynopsys, Inc. Director, Standards and InteroperabilityLockheed Martin Corporate Director of Electronics EngineeringCorporation & PackagingSony Vice President, Technology Standards OfficeQualcomm Senior Vice President, DevelopmentMicrosoft Senior Standards StrategistState GridCorporation ofChina Vice PresidentSanDisk Director, Standardization and IndustryCorporation AssociationsSTMicroelectronics Director, Market Development Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 14
  • IEEE-SA Corporate ProgramHow can industry benefit from the corporate program? – Influence technology development • Incubate new technologies, standards and related services in a rapidly changing environment • Shape the direction of technology and its market place applications – Drive the development of corporate standards to stay competitive • Gain advanced knowledge by engaging in corporate standards projects – Network with global thought leaders – Other benefits • Unlimited balloting on IEEE corporate standards • Complimentary individual IEEE-SA memberships • Discounts on all IEEE standards • Access to consensus incubation activities like Industry Connections • Global exposure through identification on IEEE-SA website – See http://standards.ieee.org/develop/corpchan/general.html Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 15
  • Industry Connections (IC) What is it and what does it do? – Efficient, economical environment for building consensus – Produces "fast-track" materials, such as proposals for standards, white papers, peer-reviewed specifications, guides, position papers and other specialized tools – Incubate new standards and related services – Hone and refine thinking on rapidly changing technologies – Can bridge the gap between standards development and market adoption – See standards.ieee.org/industryconnections What are the benefits of the Industry Connections program? – Minimal overhead time & expense to begin collaborative work – Flexibility to decide best/preferred path(s) forward and outcomes Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 16
  • About ICAP Encompasses all aspects of Conformity Assessment – Self Declaration, 3rd Party Assessment/Testing, Interoperability (via events or plugfests, etc.)Understanding ICAP Global services IEEE Conformity Assessment  Turnkey Certification Management Program (ICAP) provides venue  Trademark & Registry Authority for testing & conformity assessment programs  Test Suite & Specification Developer Certification Authority focused on full testing spectrum for  Benchmarking & Performance IEEE-related standards Testing Support NOT a TEST LAB… ICAP  Conformity Alliance Support strategically aligns with expert  Self-Validation Suites test labs to provide the best level of conformance & certification support Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 17
  • IEEE Standards EducationRecognizes the importance of standards in meeting technical, economic, environmental, and societal challengesKnowledge of standards can help facilitate the transition from classroom to professional practice by aligning educational concepts with real-world applicationsIEEE Standards Education Portal – http://www.standardseducation.org – Focal point for delivery of information on education about standards, with free content • Case studies and tutorials • Student application paper information • Glossary of standards terms and acronyms • Information on continuing education at conferences Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 18
  • IEEE Standards Development: Howto start Find a• Any individual technical or company group within • Develop scope with a IEEE to and purpose of technical idea “sponsor” the the project may start a project project • Referred to as a “Sponsor” • Sponsor does not Submit a Project have a financial Authorization Request (PAR) role form for approval Determine • Sponsor provides by New Standards need for guidance and Committee project support (NesCom)Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 19
  • IEEE Standards Development Process Idea! Maximum of 4 years Project Develop Sponsor Standards Publishapproval draft ballot Board standard standard approval Maximum Revise or withdraw standard of 5 years Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 20
  • IEEE-SA Patent Policy and Activities IEEE-SA’s patent policy is consistent with patent policies of ISO, IEC, and ITU and most other SDOs Designed to balance – Needs of those implementing a standard – Rights of intellectual property owners of technology necessary to implement that standard IEEE-SA’s patent policy contributes to – Transparency earlier in process – Confidence in commitments – Global applicability Patent-related activities with other organizations, including – Memorandum of Understanding with European Patent Office (EPO) – Ongoing discussions with other patent organizations – Speaker at European Commission events in 2010 & 2011 Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 21
  • Ways to Participate in IEEE Standards Development • At the IEEE Standards Association home page • http://standards.ieee.org/ Start • Search for PROJECTS: http://standards.ieee.org/develop/project/ • Search for WORKING GROUPS: http://standards.ieee.org/develop/wg/ • Search by SPONSOR: http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/detailed_index.html Find • Reach out to the working group contact to join the working groupContactDennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 22
  • IEEE-SA information & materials IEEE-SA Web site – http://standards.ieee.org/ IEEE-SA Corporate Program – http://standards.ieee.org/develop/corpchan/general.html IEEE-SA newsletters – http://standards.ieee.org/develop/corpchan/sfocus/index.html – http://standards.ieee.org/news/swire/index.html IEEE Standards Education Portal – http://www.standardseducation.org IEEE-SA Industry Connections – standards.ieee.org/industryconnections Dennis Brophy - CAG Overview - IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON Seminar - April 2012 23
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