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IEEE P1888.2 Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network:
Heterogeneous Networks Convergence and Scalability Working Group


This project is sponsored by the IEEE-SA Board of Governors/Corporate Advisory Group (BOG/CAG).
IEEE Std 1888.2 was approved by the IEEE-SA Standards Board on 27 March 2014

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Chair: Zhang Hongke
IEEE Staff Liaison: Soo Kim
Email: s.h.kim@ieee.org

Title: Standard for Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network: Heterogeneous Networks Convergence and Scalability

Scope:Based on the protocol defined in IEEE 1888 entitiled "Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Protocol", this standard extendes the object definitions, message formats and communication protocols. This standard distinguishes the device identity from its location information, and the access method from core transmission, therefore supporting compatibility in heterogeneous network technologies, while meeting security requirements, offering system robustness and supplying better performance in system operation and management.

Purpose: This standard describes the standard criteria for network convergence and scalability that enhances the Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network (UGCCNet) heterogeneous networks interconnection and unified identity accessibility. This standard provides enhanced security and scalability to construct a secure, manageable and compatible system.

Need for the Project: For ubiquitous green community control network, it is desired that the network infrastructure support different kinds of netwoks, even those appear in the future. Besides, various applications should be supplied based on the same secure and manageable infrastructure so as to support ubiquitous applications. This standard is to supply a solution based on extended network infrastructure for such requirements.