The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) brings together 171 countries, and close to 20 000 experts who cooperate on the global IEC platform to ensure that products work everywhere safely with each other. The IEC is the world's leading organization that prepares and publishes globally relevant International Standards for the whole energy chain, including all electrical, electronic and related technologies, devices and systems. The IEC also supports all forms of conformity assessment and administers four Conformity Assessment Systems that certify that components, equipment and systems used in homes, offices, healthcare facilities, public spaces, transportation, manufacturing, explosive environments and energy generation conform to them.
IEC work covers a vast range of technologies: power generation (including all renewable energy sources), transmission, distribution, Smart Grid & Smart Cities, batteries, home appliances, office and medical equipment, all public and private transportation, semiconductors, fibre optics, nanotechnology, multimedia, information technology, and more. It also addresses safety, EMC, performance and the environment.
Find out more at: https://www.iec.ch/
ESMIG is the voice of smart energy solution providers, representing 25 European companies ranging from SMEs to multinational companies.
Our members provide products, information technology and services for multi-commodity metering and for the display and management of energy consumption and production at consumer premises, making energy cleaner, more affordable and more reliable.
These products also provide crucial ingredients for smart energy services as they accurately measure, transfer and process energy related data while ensuring this data is relevant and safe.
Directly employing 527,147 people, members reach all European countries with some individual members reaching more than 180 countries globally.
Find out more at: https://esmig.eu/
The OSGP Alliance is the global non-profit association dedicated to promoting the adoption of the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) and infrastructure for smart grid applications towards a future proof modern smart grid. With a key focus on security, smart metering, smart grid, grid analytics, distribution network management and smart cities our members, including utilities, hardware manufacturers, service providers and system integrators, all share a common goal and vision: promoting open standards for energy demand side management, smart grid and smart metering systems.
Find out more at: http://www.osgp.org/en
IoT Now - How to run an IoT enabled business.
With exclusive analyst reports and specialist journalists, IoT Now is the leading global brand covering the Internet of Things, machine-to-machine communications (M2M), embedded devices and connected consumer devices. Delivering webcasts, quarterly magazines, white-papers, daily news and expert opinion pieces, IoT Now focuses on the deployment of these technologies across the enterprise, automotive, logistics, healthcare, utilities, travel, security and smart city verticals.
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Researchers, Sector Professionals, Academics and Educators, Students and all who work hard for the surveying industry are here! It is a digital service that includes current articles, case studies, product reviews, industry developments, videos and social media interaction.
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Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF) established in 2010, is a global stakeholder organization committed to creating smarter, cleaner electrical systems around the world. GSGF is comprised of national smart grid associations, forward looking utilities and think tanks from around the globe. GSGF work closely with International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN), a forum for energy and environment ministers and stakeholders from 23 countries and the European Union to accelerate the development and deployment of smarter, cleaner electricity grids worldwide. GSGF brings together the intellectual capital of smart grid stakeholder organizations to conduct and foster research in the application of Smart Grid technologies; support rapid implementation of Smart Grid technologies by establishing itself as the global center for competency on Smart Grid technologies and policy issues; foster the international exchange of ideas and best practices on energy issues, including reliability, efficiency, security, and climate change; create avenues for dialogue and cooperation between the public and private sectors in countries around the world on issues relating to the deployment of Smart Grid technologies.
Find out more at: http://www.globalsmartgridfederation.org/