You are invited to join our new initiative – World Smart City Forum. It’s an online community dedicated to discussions about standardisation and smart cities but also an offline event planned for this summer. Find out more and register here.
Sixty-seven Young Professionals from 35 countries attended the sixth IEC Young Professionals workshop, held in Minsk in October 2015 in conjunction with the 79th IEC General Meeting. So more than 330 up-and-coming engineers and managers have participated in this Programme since its i
On the move… Obstacles to mobility are a major problem facing most cities. With increasing population density cities have to apply more sustainable solutions to move people to their individual destinations while overcoming traffic congestion and pollution. IEC work covers the la
IEC and Smart Energy ¦ Building a Smart City is highly complex. Every city faces its own challenges and requires its own mix of solutions. However, there is one common denominator that greatly simplifies this task: International Standards. International energy-related Standards can co
World Smart City community ¦ 18 January: a new online community that will gather all relevant city stakeholders globally and engage them in value-add discussions and high-level networking has been launched. The platform is tailored to city planners, architects, consultants, utilities
Mouse over the blue circles of our infographic to see more… Electricity: No city will be smart without it ¦ Cities are giant systems with countless subsystems. All of them depend on electric power and hardware to move people and things, collect data and exchange information. It
Like many other toys, children’s ride-on replica vehicles have adopted electrical systems and propulsion for the greater enjoyment of their users. Battery powered (electric) ride-on toys, whether intended for use indoors or outdoors, offer children the experience of driving and
Increasing the efficiency on how energy is generated and then used, should not remain idle talk. And while measuring is important to know where to improve, factual changes on the ground will make all the difference. Moderated by Richard Schomberg, Chair of Systems Committee (SyC) Smar