Piscataway, N.J. – The IEEE has approved work to begin on its proposed P1888 standard for Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Protocol.
Sponsored by the IEEE Standards Association Corporate Advisory Group, IEEE P1888 is opening application interfaces for public administration, public services, property management services, and individual services, thereby enabling intelligent interconnection, collaboration service, remote surveillance and central management to be feasible.
“A general remote control standard based on Internet protocols is needed for a larger scale control,” said Dong Liu, Chair of the Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Working Group. “This has benefits for all kinds of users and applications. For government administration departments, public infrastructure facilities can be placed under centralized management.
For public service departments, he said, remote services could help to improve service quality and working efficiency. For property management departments, this could help to realize unified management in the scope of city, community and building groups. And for individual users, personal space could be managed better through remote control.
The IEEE P1888 standard aims to provide proper remote control and collaborating management solutions for operators, community administrators, public service providers, government departments and individual users, so as to use and control facilities in community and building groups effectively.
It will include such things as sensors, surveillance monitors, HVAC, lighting systems, fire-fighting systems, CEs, and so on. The first three organizations supporting the development of IEEE P1888 include BII Group, China Telecom, the Beijing Urban Engineering Design and Research Institute.
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