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IEEE Standards Association Standardization in the IEEE Individual, IEEE-ISTO, and the IEEE-SA Corporate Program. Chuck Adams IBM Chair, IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group March 2006 Ottawa, Canada. IEEE: A Change Agent 115 Years of Stability and Evolution.

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IEEE Standards AssociationStandardization in the IEEE Individual, IEEE-ISTO, andthe IEEE-SA Corporate Program

Chuck Adams

IBM

Chair, IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group

March 2006

Ottawa, Canada


IEEE: A Change Agent115 Years of Stability and Evolution

  • 1884 Founding of American Institute of Electrical Engineers

  • 1890 Established the Henry - a practical unit of inductance

  • 1898 First dedicated effort toward standardization of electrotechnology in US

  • 1912 Institute of Radio Engineers formed its first standards committee

  • 1958 Joint Standards Committee of AIEE and IRE

  • 1963 Merger of AIEE and the IRE

  • 1973 Establishment of IEEE Standards Board

  • 1998 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA)

    • Individual and Corporate membership

  • 1999 IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (IEEE-ISTO)

    • Trade association status

  • 2004 IEEE-SA Corporate Program


About the IEEEExtraordinary depth of resources

  • 41 Technical Societies and Councils

  • > 360,000 members

  • 30% of world’s literature in electro-and info-technology

  • Over 325 technical conferences per year


IEEE Standards AssociationAn international membership organization serving today’s industries with a complete portfolio of standards programs


Industry Standards & Technology Organization (ISTO)

IEEE Organizational View


Individual Program

  • Cornerstone of IEEE standards development

  • Provides rich body of work to IT, communications, and power & energy industries worldwide

  • High-visibility national, regional, and international standards bodies have sought to adopt and use resulting products


Corporate Program

  • Launched in 2004

  • Enables quick start-up with modest development costs

    • No infrastructure to form

    • Supports shortened product life cycles

  • Well-defined rules and framework

    • Legal structure in place

    • Clear intellectual property policy

    • Corporate member governance

  • Worldwide distribution

  • Forum for multi-constituent collaboration

  • Professional staff focus on expedited standards development

  • Route to global standardization

    • Quick global industry adoption and distribution

      network


IEEE-SA Corporate Program Membership

  • Currently 85 corporate members in 10 countries

  • Sectors/categories

    • Battery and PC manufacturers

    • Networking solution providers

    • Power suppliers

    • Industry applications

    • Telecommunications

    • Information Technology

    • Associations

    • Research laboratory


Present Engagements:Corporate Standards Subject Areas

  • Power

    • Rechargeable Batteries for Portable Computing

    • Rechargeable Batteries for Cellular Telephones

  • Electronic System Level Design

    • SystemVerilog

    • Property Specification Language (PSL)

    • System CTM

    • SPIRIT

  • Computer Microprocessors and Peripherals

    • Memory Channel

    • Test Methods for the Characterization of Organic Transistor Based Ring Oscillators

    • Flash Memory Authentication

  • Broadband Over Powerlines

  • Outreach Areas

    • Biotechnology

    • Nanotechnology

    • Internet Telephone Information Management

    • Cognitive Radio

    • Healthcare


  • Corporate Standards Governance

    IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group

    • Defines strategic direction

    • Infuses international industry and business perspective into standards activities

    • Builds broad coalitions of interested parties

    • Engages in IEEE-wide initiatives

      • Embracing the Chinese engineering community

      • Standards education at university level


    IEEE-ISTO and Industry Programs

    Industry Programs of the IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization, are able to….

    • Maintain unique identity and flexibility in direction and actions

    • Operate under their own unique rules and procedures

    • Maintain complete control of its budget and operational expenses

    • Accommodate unique IP procedures

    • Legally exist

    • Gain recognition through affiliation with the IEEE

    • Operate w/o risk associated with unincorporated assoc.

    • Utilize resources on an as needed basis

    • Easily form and disband


    IEEE International Collaboration

    • ISO/IEC JTC1

      • 25+ years of adoption of IEEE network, operating systems, microprocessor, and software engineering standards

    • IEC

      • 30% of existing IEC library built on IEEE standards

      • Current Dual Logo Process facilitates rapid adoption: Power, Energy, Design Automation

    • ITU

      • Formal international recognition from radio and telecommunications sectors


    IEEE Corporate Development ModelGlobally Supports All Levels and Constituents of Standards Development

    Internationalization

    IEEE-ISTO

    IEEE-SA

    Consortia

    Global

    SpecificationsCompliance

    Standards

    Constituents


    IEEE Standards Development

    Overview of Process


    Everything you need to know…

    http://www.standards.ieee. org/resources/development/index.html

    IEEE Standards Development

    Electronic resources


    IEEE-SA Services

    • Facilitate focus on technical aspects of standards development

    • Expedite areas of the process that are out of working group control (e.g., publishing)


    Available Services

    Balloting

    Branding

    Editorial/content support

    International adoption support

    Marketing and public relations

    Meeting planning

    No-cost standards distribution

    Process support

    Project management

    Technical writing

    Travel/meeting facilitation

    Website development and maintenance

    Stages of Development

    WG development and PAR submission

    Standard development

    Sponsor ballot

    RevCom submission

    Publication

    Overview of Available SA Services


    Routes to IEEE Standardization

    • Study Group

      • Informal Route to develop Project Authorization Request

        • Develop Standardization Strategy

        • Organize stakeholders and leadership

      • IEEE Support Umbrella

        • Indemnification

        • Six month duration

      • Rapid Sponsor Initiation

        • Corporate – 3 participants

        • Individual – 5 participants

    • PAR Development Submission

      • Sponsor Approval

      • NesCom Submission


    Going Forward with IEEE

    • Need for a standard

    • Stakeholders identification

    • Related standards projects internal / external to IEEE

    • IEEE special expertise

    • “Critical mass” of people with expertise willing to commit resource


    IEEE Standards Enablement

    • Core disciplines, Interoperability, Infrastructure, Converging Technologies

    • Consortia Partnership

    • Regional and international standards bodies collaboration

    • Emerging market zones corporation engagement


    IEEE Corporate Advisory GroupMarch 17, 2006 Motion

    • The IEEE-SA CAG is committed to supporting the coordinated standards development work taking place under ANSI’s HITSP, with the proviso that this US-based initiative (HITSP) take into account globally relevant solutions in order to realize greater efficiency and cost effectiveness.

    • Further, the CAG recommends that this commitment include establishing an SCC under the Standards Board to embrace all of IEEEs interested technical standards programs.

    • The CAG requests that the Secretary to the SASB and BOG bring this statement of support to those Boards for their endorsement.


    IEEE-SA Standards Development

    Five principles guide standards development

    Ensuring integrity and wide acceptance

    for IEEE standards


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