Thursday 20 July 2023 at 8:00 AM PDT (5:00 PM CET, 11:00 AM EST)
By Dr. Victor Huang (Vice Chair, IEEE IES Standards Technical Committee)
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The presentation will cover a short overview on three aspects of IES Standards Development. It is intended to provide a quick understanding of the work that goes behind the scenes that results in the ubiquitous impact of standards to everyday life that one takes for granted.
It starts with a short history on standards development in IES. Second, it will introduce the multiple standards sponsored and developed by the IES and those co-sponsored with other IEEE Societies. These standards covered the industrial technology areas of industrial agents, industrial sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT), industrial communications, edge computing, digital transformation, augmented reality/virtual reality, and secure and trusted learning systems. An overview of the IEEE Standard life cycle will be included. The seminar concludes with an overview of IES initiative in Centers of Expertise expanding on IES Standards activities, and other special activities benefiting IES members.
Dr. Victor Huang is an independent executive consultant with Onlye Solutions, where he specializes in IT-Automotive sector – Electric Vehicles and infrastructure industry (EV), and in connected and autonomous vehicles. He is a senior level executive seasoned in high technology industrial management, having served as VP Engineering in 5 separate startups in Silicon Valley, CA, USA; as Deputy Director of the Institute of Microelectronics (IME), Singapore, and Technical Manager at AT&T Bell Laboratories. He holds four international patents. He is an IEEE Life Fellow, a Life Administrative Committee (AdCom) member of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), Vice Chair of IES Standards Technical Committee, IES representative to the IEEE Standards Board. He is a recipient of the IEEE IES Anthony J. Hornfeck Service Award for outstanding, meritorious services to the Industrial Electronics Society, and a recipient of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Standards Medallion for exception contributions to standards development. He holds a PhD (EE) from the University of Virginia.