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ETSI has launched the STF (Specialist Task Force) 547, funded by the European Commission, on "Security/Privacy and Interoperability of standardised IoT Platforms". The purpose of the project is to refine the current status of standardisation regarding Privacy and Security (and to provide related Teaching Material) and to address the question of interoperability both from the angle of Semantic Interoperability and of the Interoperability of Platforms. The main objective is to ensure that all the results will be coherent and present an holistic view of IoT systems that can be used by IoT practitioners. To this extent, a set of guidelines will be provided to the various stakeholders (from end-users to developers or device manufacturers).... More on this >
The European Conference on Smart Grid Standardization achievements, organized by the European Commission with the support of the European Standardization Organizations (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI), has taken place in Brussels on February 26, 2015. The work done was coordinated by the three European Standards Organizations (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) and provided a global framework for guiding the Standardization work.
The work has been going in four main directions: a global Methodology; a holistic approach to Information Security; a model for Interoprability; and the identification of a set of applicable standards and of standards gaps.... More on this >
The ISC Cloud conference was held on September 28-29, 20014 in Heidelberg, Germany, with a focus on the relation between Cloud Computing and HPC (High Performance Computing). The contribution from CommLedge was done as in continuation of the work done in ETSI on Cloud Standards Coordination. ... More on this >
A CommLedge paper on Smart Grids Standardization has been published by the French "Revue TELECOM" in its 172nd issue dedicated to "The Energy Performance". The paper, written by Emmanuel Darmois, describes the main elements of the EU Framework for Smart Grids developed by the Smart Grids Coordination Group since the beginning of 2011.... More on this >
The first release of the European Framework for Smart Grids Standardization has been published by the three European Standards Organizations (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) for the European Commission: a Reference Architecture, an Information Security framework, a methodology to handle Smart Grids Use Cases. On top of this, a first Set of Standards has been identified that will allow early implementations of Smart Grids use cases.... More on this >