2 nd VC Slides for EC Workshop Discussion Topics. Matthew Sherman Vice Chair, IEEE 802 BAE Systems - ES Matthew.Sherman@BAESystems.com. Author:. Date: November 12 th , 2011. Standardization Tools. Many perspectives IEEE: Bring value to their standards platform?
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2nd VC Slides for EC Workshop Discussion Topics Matthew Sherman Vice Chair, IEEE 802 BAE Systems - ES Matthew.Sherman@BAESystems.com Author: Date: November 12th, 2011
Standardization Tools • Many perspectives • IEEE: Bring value to their standards platform? • IEEE 802: ease in standards creation? • Tools vendors: Profit, fun, or glory? • How do we bring them all together? • Open vs Proprietary? • Should tools be created by 802, IEEE, or external vendors? • Tool sets: • Project Management: PARs, Schedules, Interactions, etc • Sponsor balloting: Balloting, Commenting, Resolution, etc • Meeting management: Scheduling, Registration Budgeting, Attendance, voting, minutes, etc • Electronic participation and tools • Document management • Others? Matthew Sherman, BAE Systems
Strategic Discussion Part 1 • Competition vs Collaboration • Other IEEE? • External SDO: ITU, IEC, IETF, etc? • Trade Organizations: WiFi, WiMAX, Cable Labs, etc.? • Regulatory and other organizations? • How do we collaborate? • Joint development vs coordination? • How do we mix entity and individual mechanics? • Who decided when and how to coordinate etc? • Other issues? • Issues and opportunities • IEEE 802 is shrinking, is the rest of the standards industry? • Domination between groups? • Other distortions of standards process? • 802 Architecture • Is it serving it’s purpose? • How do we enforce? • Other thoughts? Matthew Sherman, BAE Systems
Strategic Discussion Part 2 • Can 802 be better organized • Is IEEE 802 the “right size” or should be we bigger or smaller? • Break into wired and wireless? • Make individual WG Sponsors? • Should each PAR be a WG? • Task Group Membership, Other membership criteria? • Entity Membership? • BRCs: Their role and can they be improved? • Other ideas? • IEEE 802 Scope • Should be broadened, or narrowed? • Upper layers? • End to End? • Applications based: Smart Grid, medicine, first responder, etc • Other ideas? Matthew Sherman, BAE Systems