PISCATAWAY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IEEE, the world's largest professional organization advancing technology for humanity, today introduced the first of its kind IEEE Smart Grid Domains and Sub-domains framework, which is featured in the newly released IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter Compendium, “Smart Grid: The Next Decade,” and new website located at smartgrid.ieee.org.
The IEEE Smart Grid Domains and Sub-domains were created by IEEE Smart Grid experts and built upon the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Conceptual Model. This first of its kind framework defines what smart grid is and organizes content that spans across numerous disciplines and aspects of smart grid in a coherent and disciplined way. The IEEE Smart Grid Domains and Sub-domains allow smart grid contributions and activities to be combined into specific areas for better understanding of the activities and their correlations.
“Introducing these IEEE Smart Grid Domains and Sub-domains provides a new and fresh way of looking at all things smart grid. It's a categorization that has never existed anywhere in the world,” said Dr. Ebrahim Vaahedi, Chair of the IEEE Smart Grid Publications Committee and Senior Director at Open Access Technology International Inc.
In addition, the IEEE Smart Grid Domains and Sub-domains are virtually categorized for IEEE Smart Grid members and the global community on the newly renovated IEEE Smart Grid web portal, which will not only provide content from IEEE Smart Grid, but also IEEE and IEEE Xplore.
The “Smart Grid: The Next Decade” contains 32 “best of the best” articles compiled from recent issues of the IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter and are categorized into its appropriate IEEE Smart Grid Domain and Sub-domains.
“The Compendium is comprised of already developed foundational intellectual property of IEEE Smart Grid with participation of all stakeholders, now categorized into highly pertinent and flexible domains that provide value to the global community,” stated Dr. Massoud Amin, Chair of IEEE Smart Grid, Chairman of Texas Reliability Entity and Director/Professor at the University of Minnesota.
IEEE Smart Grid Newsletter Compendium 2015
IEEE Smart Grid Web Portal
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