The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) is a globally recognized standards-setting body within IEEE. It develops consensus standards through an open process that engages industry and brings together a broad stakeholder community. IEEE standards set specifications and best practices based on current scientific and technological knowledge. The IEEE SA has a portfolio of over 1,300 active standards and more than 500 standards under development.

IEEE SA’s focus in India is to establish IEEE SA as the leading organization for pre-standardization and standards development activities. As IEEE SA is an independent global Standards Development Organization (SDO), the standards developed are based on consensus and requirements gathered through the stakeholders participating in the working groups.

The process for proposing a new standard is well established and can be initiated by any individual or entity without prior affiliation with IEEE.

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IEEE SA Industry Connections

The IEEE Standards Association Industry Connections (IC) program helps incubate new standards and related products and services by facilitating collaboration among organizations and individuals as they hone and refine their thinking on rapidly changing technologies. Industry Connections empowers groups with a customizable menu of IEEE and IEEE SA resources to produce "fast-track" content and deliverables such as proposals for standards, white papers, databases and registration services, and peer review guides and position papers. Industry Connections activities do not develop standards. To start a new program, the Industry Connection Activity Initiation Document (ICAID) needs to be submitted to IEEE SA.

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Engagement with Standards bodies in India, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)

IEEE SA has a general cooperation and standards adoption agreement with the Bureau of India Standards (BIS), allowing BIS to designate, adopt, and translate IEEE standards as Indian national standards. The IEEE standards adopted by BIS will have a dual number, original IEEE standard number with the year of publication and number allotted by BIS with the year of publication.

For example: BIS 16785: 2018 IEEE C57.155TM-2014: Guide for Interpretation of Gases Generated in Natural Ester and Synthetic Ester-Immersed Transformers

Telecommunication Engineering Center (TEC)

IEEE SA has a general cooperation memorandum of understanding with TEC in order to create an ecosystem with the industries and telecommunication experts to collaborate and identify the needs of the local community and solve it globally.

Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI)

IEEE SA has a general cooperation memorandum of understanding with TSDSI to collaborate on creating joint technical workshops, study, and research groups to promote and identify the needs for standardization in Indian Telecom domain.

Broadband India Forum (BIF)

IEEE Standards Association has a general cooperation memorandum of understanding with Broadband India Forum (BIF) to collaborate on creating joint technical workshops, study, and research groups to promote and identify the needs for standardization in Indian Telecom and Broadband domains.

IEEE Standards Association Programs in India

IEEE Standards Association hosts/sponsors/collaborates to conduct technical workshops and seminars in order to create awareness on the emerging technologies leading to the development and usage of standards.

 

Current standards in work

Upcoming events

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