Advancing Technology for Humanity
IEEE and its members inspire a global community through highly-cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities. IEEE’s core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
IEEE will be essential to the global technical community and technical professionals everywhere and be universally recognized for the contributions of technology and technical professionals in improving global conditions.
IEEE Smart Cities
The Mission of IEEE Smart Cities is to be recognized as the authoritative voice and leading source of credible technical information and educational content within the scope of smart cities, to facilitate and promote both the collaborative and individual work of its Member Societies regarding smart city technology.
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The Vision of IEEE Smart Cities Initiative will bring together IEEE’s broad array of technical societies and organizations to advance state of the art for smart city technologies for the benefit of society and to set the global standard in this regard by serving as a neutral broker of information amongst industry, academic, and government stakeholders.
- Sensors and Intelligent Electronic Devices
- Communication Networks and Cyber Security
- Systems Integration
- Intelligence and Data Analytics
- Management and Control Platforms
The IEEE Computer Society e-Government Special Technical Community (e-Gov STC) is a new worldwide and transversal Open Community on e-Government within IEEE. e-Government is the “brand label” for a multidisciplinary domain, related to the use of ICT in the context of public policy (e-Governance, Open Government, Smart Governance, etc.), operations in public organizations (transformation, management, interoperability, security), citizen engagement (e-Participation, transparency, e-Democracy) or government services (including using social media). Numerous disciplines contribute to this intersection of computer science, information systems, information science, management, sociology, or political sciences.
Leadership and Staff
The IEEE Smart Cities Steering Committee is comprised of the Chair and at least one member from each partner organizational unit.
A partner organizational unit is any IEEE society or organizational unit that agrees to encourage the exchange and dissemination of technical information and promote understanding and cooperation among the individual participants in the IEEE Smart Cities with IEEE Smart Cities organizational unit members. More about members and countries you can find on: https://smartcities.ieee.org/about/leadership-and-staff