The EMB Standards Committee (EMB-SC), also known as EMB/StdsCom, is a standing Committee within the EMB Society and recommends standards of engineering practices to be followed in the field of Engineering in Medicine and Biology by the electrical, electronic, and allied industries, and by health care providers. In relevant areas this Committee shall coordinate its activities with the IEEE Standards Board and other appropriate standards committees.
This Committee is responsible for the development and coordination of standards projects, including their maintenance after their approval as standards by the IEEE Standards Association Standards Board (IEEE-SASB) for which EMB-SC has been identified or assigned as either the sole technical sponsor or the primary sponsor to oversee its standards Working Groups. (An IEEE-SA Sponsor is not a financial sponsor.) The scope and activities of the Committee shall conform to the operations and principles of the IEEE, IEEE-SA, and IEEE EMBS. The Chair of this Committee represents the Society on the IEEE Standards Board.
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EMBS Standards News & Upcoming Events
- New Published Standard-1708a-2019 – IEEE Standard for Wearable, Cuffless Blood Pressure Measuring Devices – Amendment 1
- Speaker Presentation Slides from Mini Symposium on “Emerging Technologies and Innovations in Biomedical Engineering Accelerates Global Standards Development”, EMBC 2019, now available
Workshops / Special Sessions / Mini-symposiums / Other Panels
- Workshop on Benchmarking Standards for BMI
8th International BCI Meeting, Belgium, June 8-11, 2020
- IEEE-NIH Special Topics Conference on Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies: Unmet Clinical Needs Driving Technical Solutions
Bethesda, MD, USA – November 20-22, 2019
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- Request for Information on Autonomous Systems for Medical Evacuation
DEADLINE – 17 January, 2020