IEEE Chicago/Rockford Consultants' Network: "IEEE1451: A Universal Standard for Sensors, or, How to Easily Make Everything Just Work"
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With the revolution in the Internet of Things, smart everything, and data fusion, data from sensors is needed everywhere. This means that interfaces converting between the physical and virtual worlds are more and more vital. There are methods out there, from industrial standards of OPC, MODBUS, HART, Fieldbus, to custom interfaces on not-quite-standard I2C buses, and that's before you get online. These interfaces that make things "smart" require a lot of work which seems kind of dumb. So, are there any grand unifying standards that make it so you can just plug a device in and have it work? IEEE's 1451 family of standards, which have been around since the late 90's, do just that.
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- Date: 25 Mar 2019
- Time: 06:45 PM to 08:30 PM
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Robert Stemp is a licensed professional electronics engineer with 10 years of experience in the design of embedded and wireless sensor systems and new product development. After obtaining master's degrees in electrical engineering and systems engineering, he worked for several companies developing new technologies in a variety of fields from satellite, autonomous vehicles, medical devices, and industrial automation.
He is currently the President and Co-founder of NGC Technologies LLC, which helps clients develop their ideas, focusing on designing full product platforms that will grow with their businesses.
6:30PM - Networking
6:45PM - Presentation