Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions (SPD) Working Group
Officially Known As IEEE P2700 Standard for Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions
MIG is pleased to announce that its historic SPD doc is now on its way to becoming a standard recognized by IEEE. Officially known as IEEE P2700 Standard for Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions, voting has now commenced. Committee members must also be a member of IEEE to participate and they must enroll as an advanced corporate member of the ballot group by 05-Mar-2014, 11:59 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time. There is only one vote per company.
Please click here to gain access to the v.1 of the SPD doc (May 2013.)
- February 7, 2014 - Voting commenced on IEEE P2700 Standard for Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions.
- January 31, 2014 - The first meeting of the IEEE P2700 Working Group was held at The Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, California USA.
- November 2013, MIG hosted a topic table discussion on next steps during lunch at MEMS Executive Congress in Napa, CA.
- October 2013, IEEE Electron Devices Society confirmed sponsorship of the SPD.
- August 2013, MIG started discussions with the IEEE Standards Group.
- June 2013, Project leads Ken Foust of Intel and Carlos Puig of Qualcomm win Engineering Team of the Year at Sensors Expo for their work on the project.
- May 2013, MIG released the SPD doc to the MEMS industry at www.memsindustrygroup.org/spd. Read the complete press release here.
MIG would like to thank the following members who have already contributed.
- Ken Foust, Sensor Technologist – Intel, Corp.
- Carlos Puig, Principal Engineer – Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
- Analog Devices, Inc.
- Bosch Sensortec
- Freescale Semiconductor
- Hillcrest Laboratories, Inc.
- InvenSense, Inc.
- Kionix, Inc.
- Maxim Integrated
- Movea, Inc.
- PNI, Corp.
- ST Microelectronics
- Xsens Technologies B.V.