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CNIS hosts the 3rd IEEE SDSC Industry and Technology Forum
Date: 2022-08-10    Source:CNIS   

The 3rd IEEE SDSC Industry and Technology Forum was held in hybrid forms on July 28 at the Experiment Center of CNIS in Beijing. The forum was jointly hosted by the Fundamental Standardization Sub-institute of CNIS and the Industry and Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC), which is set up within the Smart Device Standards Committee (SDSC), affiliated to the Consumer Technology Society Standards Committee, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE/CTS/SDSC).

The forum was joined by over 30 attendees, including ITAC experts from enterprises, governmental departments and universities, along with members of the IEEE/SDSC. Participants shared their views on IEEE's standardization work and relevant information. Also, they communicated with China's counterparts of international technical committees such as ISO/TC 159, Ergonomics, ISO/TC 69, Applications of statistical methods, and ISO/TC 145, Graphical symbols.

In the meeting, Dr. Zhao Chaoyi, Chief Researcher of the Fundamental Standardization Sub-institute of CNIS, who takes charge of researches on ergonomics, made a welcome speech and introduced the basic information of theLaboratory of Human Factors and Ergonomics. Liu Xiaohui, Chair of SDSC, thanked the Sub-institute for hosting the forum.

Other researchers shared views on the standardization of graphical symbol and statistical methods for data, and development of standards to measure user experience. Participants further discussed the proposal of a new standard on "technical requirements and evaluation method of smart devices for driver status awareness".

After the heated discussion, participants visited the Laboratory of Human Factors and Ergonomics. With experts exchanging experiences and thoughts, the forum concluded successfully, which was highly praised by the attendees.

The forum expanded the channels for CNIS to absorb latest trends in the fields mentioned above, and improved the communication with peer experts to reach consensus and deepen industrial cooperation.


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