Join Zahraa Khalil for an in-depth discussion in this video Standardization development process, part of IoT Foundations: Standards and Ecosystems.
- [Lecturer] The development of standards…involves different stages.…These are the main stages in developing standards:…initiating, proposal,…preparation,…committee meeting, approval,…and finally publication.…The estimate time, starting from first proposal…to the final publication,…developing a standard usually takes…about three to four years.…So let's talk about the development stages in details.…
The first step is the preselection,…which involves the research…and the identification of an idea or concept…that's need for a new standard.…The idea or concept can be broad or very specific.…In the preselection stage, the group,…and the sponsor that's requesting…the standard development, usually provide…a technical oversight for the standards,…and that helps to determine the scope…and the nature of the technical content.…The second stage is a proposal.…
A proposal is a layout for the required information.…The proposal is done by submitting…a project official request…after identifying a need for a standard.…Each organization has its own method,…
- IoT architecture models and components
- IoT ecosystem
- IoT technology, markets, and standards
- IoT technology
- Security, privacy, and legal issues
- IoT device management
- IoT protocols for device management
- IoT device management challenges and applications
- Smart cities
Skill Level Intermediate
1. IoT Overview
2. The IoT Ecosystem
3. IoT Challenges
4. IoT Standards
5. IoT Device Management
6. IoT in Action: Smart Cities
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