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Dear EC members, The IEEE-SA Corporate Standards Program is looking for a volunteer from IEEE 802 to speak at the “Standards for Global Business: The European Conference on Collaborative Trends in European and Global Standardization” in München, Deutschland on 26 and 27 September 2005. They are looking for someone to address the 'individual consensus' process used in LMSC. If you have any questions or are interested (or may know of someone that would be interested), please contact Terry DeCourcelle directly (email@example.com). Regards, --Paul ----- Original Message ----- From: <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Cc: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2005 10:27 AM Subject: 802 Participation in CAG Munich conference Sept 2005 > (See attached file: IEEE-SA CAG Europe conference.doc) > > Hi Paul, > > If you recall at the 802 Task Force meeting at the Standards Board > meetings > several weeks ago, I asked if 802 could suggest a speaker for the > conference being put together in Munich in September. You needed some > information to send to the EC. Below is a description of the conference, > and I have attached the agenda for the two days. The 802 speaker would > address "Individual Consensus" during Day 2 of the agenda. > > If you need more information, let me know. Thanks for your help. > > Regards, > Terry > ___________________________________________________________________- > > “Standards for Global Business: The European Conference on Collaborative > Trends > in European and Global Standardization” > München, Deutschland > 26 and 27 September 2005 > Sponsored by the Corporate Standards Program of the IEEE Standards > Association > The conference on “Standards for Global Business” addresses the needs > > of anyone who develops and uses technical standards. This premier event > on > > standard strategies and directions brings together industry leaders from > > the standards community to explore the many trends affecting the creation > > of industry standards. > > Factors to be considered include the convergence of technologies and > > accelerated product life cycles, the growing demand for global standards, > > and the increasing collaboration among national, regional and > international > > standards development organizations (SDOs). The insights and solutions > > that emerge can help you hone your business and standards goals and > realize > > them in complex global markets. > > “Standards for Global Business” combines SDO and industry > > perspectives. ISO, IEC, the ITU, CENELEC, ETSI and other major SDOs will > > bring European and global standards development into focus. From the > > corporate side, such companies as IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Nokia and Intel in > > the IT, electronics, communications and other industries will discuss > their > > approaches to standards development. > > The conference will also focus on some of the more successful > > approaches to standards creation. This will involve case histories drawn > > from the IEEE’s individual and corporate consensus programs, as well as > > from the IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization’s consortia > > offering. > > ---------- This email is sent from the 802 Executive Committee email reflector. This list is maintained by Listserv.
IEEE-SA CAG Europe conference.doc