General Meeting - 82nd IEC

General Meeting - 82nd IEC

General Meeting - 82nd IEC

22–26 October 2018 Busan, Republic of Korea Programme Smart cities and sustainable societies 82nd IEC General Meeting Meetings of technical committees and subcommittees 13–28 October 2018

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1. Message from the President of the Korean National Committee of the IEC 2. Message from the IEC President 3. General information About the host Meeting dates and locations Participation 4. Timetable at-a-glance 5. Registration 6. The brief of side events 7. Accommodation List of hotels 8. Travel and transportation Travel information Entering the Republic of Korea Insurance Embassies and consulates Transfer from the airport to BEXCO and hotels in Busan 9.

On arrival Registration Badges Business centre 10. Technical visits and tours Technical visits Tours 11. Tips and useful information Business and shopping hours Climate and clothing Credit/debit cards Currency/exchange Electricity supply Emergency numbers Internet connections Language Meal facilities Smoking Taxes Telephones Time zone Tipping Vaccinations Additional information 12. List of technical committees/subcommittees 13. Provisional timetable for technical meetings 14. IEC Management and other meetings 15. Maps Meeting locations and hotels 2 4 6 12 12 14 16 20 22 23 24 30 36 68 70 Contents 22–26 October 2018 Meetings of technical committees and subcommittees 13–28 October 2018 82nd IEC General Meeting

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The Korean National Committee of the IEC, in conjunction with the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS), is delighted to host the 82nd IEC General Meeting in Busan, Republic of Korea, under the theme of "smart cities and sustainable societies". We are now experiencing yet another technological revolution and wave of innovation in the fourth industrial revolution, which will not only have a great impact on industries, but also fundamentally transform daily life. One of the biggest changes will be the emergence of hyper-connected societies that connect billions of people to digital networks, things and devices.

In the face of various challenges caused by urban population growth and the depletion of energy sources, the world is focusing on smart cities as a key platform of the fourth industrial revolution with the application of its core technologies and services, such as AI, IoT, self-driving cars, cyber security and smart homes. An essential prerequisite for responding to the fourth industrial revolution and establishing smart cities is to ensure the interoperability of the systems involved and to achieve a social consensus. In this regard, International Standards will be a vital tool. In order to adapt to recent technological changes, major players from industries, academia, governments, and international organizations should closely cooperate to develop standards for specific needs.

In response to these technological waves, the Korean National Committee of the IEC is concentrating on achieving "innovative growth" based on state-of-the-art smart edge technology, while the city of Busan is stepping up its efforts to build a smart city ecosystem. I truly believe that the 82nd IEC General Meeting will offer a great chance to experience the electrotechnical advances taking place in Korea. Also, it will provide a forum for participants from the IEC community to exchange knowledge and expertise and to share their views and visions through not just the General Meeting itself, but also many other events such as an academic paper competition, a standardization education convention, and future technology exhibitions.

I cordially invite you to Busan, which is to be designated as "IEC city" during the General Meeting. I hope all participating delegates representing IEC member countries will enjoy this leading annual event of the IEC as "IEC citizens" and "IEC friends". I look forward to warmly welcoming you to Busan for the 82nd IEC General Meeting. Namyong HER President of the Korean National Committee of the IEC Administrator of the KATS Message from the President of the Korean National Committee of the IEC 1.

Message from the President of the Korean National Committee of the IEC 2 3

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James M.

Shannon IEC President The fourth industrial revolution is blurring the traditional boundaries between the physical, digital and biological worlds. The internet of things, smart cities, AI, smart mobility, additive manufacturing all impact the way we produce, trade and communicate, much like steam power transformed production methods and the way of life of many societies during the first industrial revolution. Today, standards play a key role in the transition to this new era. The speed of change we are witnessing would not be possible without them. The IEC provides the technical foundation to address some of our greatest challenges, including universal energy access, rapid urbanization, climate mitigation and cyber security.

Innovators rely on International Standards to ensure compatibility and interoperability, so that new technologies can be seamlessly adopted. They are also a vehicle to spread knowledge and innovation globally.

The platform for international cooperation provided by the IEC has never been more important than it is today. The IEC brings together 170 countries and close to 20 000 experts from every corner of the globe. They share their expertise and collaborate in a neutral and independent setting. We welcome all viewpoints and invite participation from public and private sectors in developed and developing countries. This broad and inclusive approach is why the IEC is so widely respected. The IEC continuously adapts to evolving needs and technological advances. It has recently updated its Masterplan, which was published at the last General Meeting in Vladivostok, and its implementation is currently under way.

Our close cooperation with private and public stakeholders ensures that IEC work keeps pace with societal needs and underpins the technologies that help advance humankind. Broad cooperation is more important than ever. Only collectively can we address the many challenges ahead of us. Your work in the IEC helps bring the benefits of technology to the global economy, making it accessible to every country and industry in the world. Thank you for being a part of the IEC.

We thank the National Committee of Korea and KATS for organizing the 82nd General Meeting in Busan in October. I look forward to seeing all of you there. Message from the IEC President 2. Message from the IEC President 4 5

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General information 3. General information About the host The IEC National Committee of the Republic of Korea is represented by the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS). Since its establishment in 1883, KATS, which hosts the National Committee of the IEC, plays a key role in national standardization activities, including coordination of the national standards system, establishment of Korean industrial standard (KS), operation of accreditation systems, legal metrology and safety control of electric appliances and industrial products.

It also cooperates with international and regional standardization organizations. The Korean National Committee participates actively in the work of 138 technical committees of the IEC and follows the work of an additional 34 technical committees. The 82nd IEC General Meeting is the second GM hosted by the Korean NC. KATS is focusing on boosting national economic growth and being a platform geared towards a knowledge-based society through the development of strategic policies aimed at evolving the relationship between standards and technology, along with the relationship between standards and industry.

KATS also seeks to create more convenient and safe environments via standardization.

Furthermore, KATS strives to adopt a new paradigm for standardization. Of particular note: it develops and implements a new bottom-up approach aimed at strengthening support for stakeholders from the private sector to participate more actively in the standards development process. And, by reinforcing support for standardization activities for enterprises, KATS makes its best efforts to create a business- friendly environment. 6 7

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Meeting dates and locations The 82nd IEC General Meeting, hosted by the IEC National Committee of the Republic of Korea and the KATS will take place in Busan, Korea from 22 to 26 October 2018.

Technical committee and subcommittee meetings will start on 13 October and continue until 28 October 2018. General information Furthermore, TC/SC meetings will also be held at the following venues: BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Centre) 55 APEC-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea, 48060 Tel +82 51 740 7300 Fax +82 51 740 7320 E-mail: bexco@bexco.co.kr www.bexco.co.kr/eng/Main.do Management meetings as well as TC/SC meetings will be held at the following venue: You will find the event administration, as well as offices of IEC Officers and staff at BEXCO. Onsite registration and pick-up of delegates' bags is located on the 2nd floor of the convention hall in BEXCO from 14 to 20 October 2018, and in the Hall 1 of Exhibition Centre 1 of BEXCO from 21 to 26 October 2018.

All the details provided in this programme are based on information available at the time of printing (1 April 2018). For additional information and online updates, please visit the official website of the 82nd IEC General Meeting: gm2018.iec.ch and the 82nd IEC General Meeting app. If you need further information about the venue, or special arrangements for management or TC/SC meetings, please contact the host committee directly at iec2018@korea.kr Haeundae Grand Hotel 217, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel +82 51 740 0114 Fax +82 51 740 0115 E-mail: grandbq@haeundaegrandhotel.com www.haeundaegrandhotel.com/main.asp Design Centre Busan 57, Centum dong-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel +82 51 749 7000 Fax +82 51 790 1099 E-mail: webmaster@dcb.or.kr www.dcb.or.kr/eng/ Arpina 35(U-dong), Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel +82 51 731 9800 Fax +82 51 740 3225 www.busanyouthhostel.co.kr/english/00.main/main.asp Participation Participation in the 82nd IEC General Meeting is open to all delegates registered in the IEC expert management system (EMS) and to representatives of invited regional and international organizations.

Printed programmes will not be issued in Busan. It is therefore recommended that delegates bring a copy to the meeting. 8 9

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The charm of Busan goes beyond the beautiful beaches, stunning skyline, incredible food, natural scenery, world- class infrastructure, and endless shopping. Visitors who have walked her maze of city streets, hiked the myriad mountain trails, or relaxed on her sandy shores will all agree on the city's charming mixture of the old and new. 3,6 millionresidents 770 km2 0,8% of the whole landmass of the Korean Peninsula 5th largest container handling port in the world, the largest in the country

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Timetable at-a-glance Registration Timetable at-a-glance 4. Unless otherwise decided by the chair of the committee concerned, meeting hours will be as follows: from 09:00 to 12:30 and from 14:00 to 17:30.

Please note that Management meetings (SMB, CAB, CB, Council) will start at 08:30. Coffee or tea breaks are scheduled twice a day: 10:30-10:45 and 15:15-15:30 approximately. Lunch will not be provided unless stipulated on the meeting agenda. Updates can be found on the 82nd IEC General Meeting website: gm2018.iec.ch 1.  Opening ceremony and welcome reception: for all delegates and accompanying persons who have registered online for the General Meeting. No charge. 2. Young Professionals dinner: for the Young Professionals only. No charge. 3.  Dinner for NC presidents and secretaries: for NC presidents and secretaries, TC/SC chairs and secretaries, members of the Council Board and registered accompanying persons.

No charge. By invitation only.

4.  Farewell party: for all delegates and accompanying persons who have registered online for the General Meeting. No charge. Morning Afternoon Evening Date Affiliate NEC workshop 09:00-12:00 Market Strategy Board (MSB) conference 09:00-13:00 National Committee Presidents forum 14:00-15:30 TC/SC Officers forum 15:00-18:00 Young Professionals workshop 09:00-17:00 Regulator forum 08:30-18:00 National Committee Secretaries workshop 08:30-12:30 Young Professionals workshop Regulator forum Affiliate forum 13:30-17:30 Asia-Pacific Steering Group (APSG) 16:00-18:00 Young Professionals dinner2 Standardization Management Board (SMB) 08:30-17:00 Conformity Assessment Board (CAB) 08:30-17:00 Young Professionals workshop 08:00-17:00 Standardization Management Board (SMB) Conformity Assessment Board (CAB) Young Professionals workshop Opening ceremony and welcome reception1 Council Board 08:30-17:00 Young Professionals workshop 09:00-17:30 Council Board Young Professionals industry visit Workshop for industrializing countries 14:00-17:30 Dinner for NC presidents and secretaries3 Council statutory session 08:30-12:00 Council open session 14:00-16:00 Farewell party4 Mon (22 Oct) Tue (23 Oct) Wed (24 Oct) Thu (25 Oct) Fri (26 Oct) If you require further assistance with your meeting registration, please contact: generalmeeting@iec.ch Registration 5.

Registration for the 82nd IEC General Meeting is only possible online. Please access online registration via the IEC homepage: www.iec.ch or directly at meetings.iec.ch. To start registration, you will need to enter your IEC username and password. If you do not have a username/password, please contact your National Committee. Registration can be modified at any time using the online meeting registration system (MRS) at meetings.iec.ch Please note that your online registration and subsequent e-mail confirmation is NOT a confirmation for your hotel booking. You need to book your hotel separately.

Information about hotels and booking is given in section 7, Accommodation. Timetable 12 13

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The brief of side events Welcome to the "IEC city" The Korean NC will create the small, but compact "IEC city" in Hall 1 of Exhibition Centre 1 of BEXCO, in parallel to the 82nd IEC General Meeting. The exhibition space of the electric and electronic companies will be set up in this "city" to present the companies' cutting-edge technologies and standardization activities. Also, "IEC city" will provide the opportunities for experts and the relevant publics to share their insights and experiences through technical seminars and the Global Convention on Standards Human Resources (HR) under the theme of standards education and related human resource development.

The awarded papers from the IEC-IEEE-KATS Academic Challenge will also be presented in this convention. The Korean NC confidently expects that the "IEC city" will become the pivotal gathering place of "IEC citizens", who are inspiring knowledge exchangers, open- minded communicators, and creative innovators throughout the 82nd IEC General Meeting. Floor plan for side events (tentative) The brief of side events 6.

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Accommodation Accommodation 7. You have the choice between several hotels at special rates. To benefit from the preferential IEC rate, please book your hotels through meetings.iec.ch After you successfully complete your hotel booking, you will receive a confirmation and payment information via e-mail. If you would like to modify your hotel booking, please follow the link that is provided at the bottom of your hotel confirmation. 15–26 October 2018: Park King (single): 253 000 KRW Park Deluxe King/Twin (single/twin): 286 000 KRW Breakfast: 35 200 KRW (not included) 1.

Park Hyatt Busan Address: 51, Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 990 1234 Distance to BEXCO: 10 minutes by car Website: busan.park.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html 15–26 October 2018: Deluxe Park (single/twin): 229 900 KRW Deluxe Beach (single/twin): 278 300 KRW Breakfast: 31 460 KRW (included) 3. The Westin Chosun Busan Address: 67, Dongbaek-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 749 7000 Distance to BEXCO: 15 minutes by car Website: twcb.echosunhotel.com/main.do?locale=en 15–26 October 2018: Deluxe City (single/twin): 242 000 KRW Deluxe Ocean Side (single/twin): 266 200 KRW Breakfast: 32 670 KRW (included) 2.

Paradise Hotel Busan Address: 296, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 742 2121 Distance to BEXCO: 15 minutes by car Website: www.busanparadisehotel.co.kr/main.do?lang=en 1. Park Hyatt Busan 2. Paradise Hotel Busan 3. The Westin Chosun Busan 4. Haeundae Grand Hotel 5. Shilla Stay Haeundae 6. Centum Premier Hotel 7. Kunoh Seacloud Hotel 8. Ibis Budget Ambassador Busan Haeundae List of hotels 15–26 October 2018: Deluxe City View (single/twin): 193 600 KRW Deluxe Ocean View (single/twin): 242 000 KRW Breakfast: 26 620 KRW (not included) 4. Haeundae Grand Hotel Address: 217, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 740 0114 Distance to BEXCO: 10 minutes by car Website: www.haeundaegrandhotel.com/main.asp 16 17

Accommodation 15–26 October 2018: Superior (single/twin): 110 000 KRW Breakfast: 14 300 KRW (not included) 7. Kunoh Seacloud Hotel Address: 287, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 933 4300 Distance to BEXCO: 10 minutes by car Website: www.seacloudhotel.co.kr/eng/index.html *Kunoh Seacloud Hotel's check-in desk is located on the 6th floor. 15–26 October 2018: Standard/Deluxe City View (single/twin): 154 000 KRW Standard/Deluxe Ocean View (single/twin): 176 000 KRW Breakfast: 18 000 KRW (not included) 5. Shilla Stay Haeundae Address: 46, Haeundae-ro 570 beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 912 9000 Distance to BEXCO: 10 minutes by car Website: www.shillastay.com/haeundae/index.do 15–26 October 2018: Standard City (single/twin): 99 000 KRW Standard Ocean (single/twin): 115 500 KRW Breakfast: 14 300 KRW (not included) 8.

Ibis Budget Ambassador Busan Haeundae Address: 8, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro 209 beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 901 1111 Distance to BEXCO: 10 minutes by car Website: www.ambatel.com/ibisbudget/haeundae/en/main.do 15–26 October 2018: Single: 76 000 KRW Superior Double: 109 000 KRW Breakfast: 14 300 KRW (not included) 6. Centum Premier Hotel Address: 17, Centum 1-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan Tel: +82 51 755 9000 Distance to BEXCO: 5 minutes on foot Website: www.premierhotel.co.kr/eng All room rates are per room per night including VAT & SVC. Exchange rate is 1 USD = 1 060 KRW as of 1 April 2018.

The above quoted prices are valid for all registrations received prior to 22 August 2018. Please note that after this date normal commercial rates apply and room availability is no longer guaranteed. Hotel rooms will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. You are solely responsible for all financial obligations arising from reservations made by you or on your behalf. This includes all charges for cancellation, no show or late arrival. A credit card number is required to secure hotel bookings.

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Travel and transportation Travel and transportation 8. Departure: Gimpo Int'l Airport Destination: Gimhae Int'l Airport Duration: approx. 40 minutes' flight time Embassies and consulates A list of foreign embassies as well as consulates in the Republic of Korea, including contact information, is available at: www.visa.go.kr/openPage.do?MENU_ID=10106 Entering the Republic of Korea Before entering the Republic of Korea, please make sure you have a valid passport and visa. However, nationals of countries under visa exemption agreement are allowed to enter Korea without visas.

For further information, please check the Republic of Korea visa portal at www.visa.go.kr Should you require a letter of invitation, please fill in the Visa tab through the online meeting registration system at meetings.iec.ch Transfer from the airport to BEXCO and hotels in Busan Travel information Please book and arrange your own travel. Insurance The organizing committee cannot accept any responsibility for accidents, losses and damages which may occur to luggage and/or personal belongings. Participants and accompanying persons are advised to obtain travel, medical, personal accident and luggage insurance in their home country prior to departure.

Incheon Int'l Airport 1 h (by limousine or subway) 40 min Gimpo Int'l Airport Gimhae Int'l Airport From Incheon International Airport/Seoul to Busan: Incheon International Airport (ICN) is a gateway to the Republic of Korea located 46 km west of Seoul. From Incheon International Airport (ICN), take domestic flight to Gimhae International Airport (PUS) in Busan. Alternatively, the KTX high-speed train runs six times a day directly from Incheon Airport to Busan station. It takes less than four hours and costs 72 100 KRW (approx. 68 USD) per person.

From Gimhae International Airport (PUS) to BEXCO and hotels: From Gimhae International Airport (PUS) you can reach BEXCO and the official hotels within an hour by taxi for approx.

25 000 KRW (approx. 23 USD). Alternatively, an airport limousine bus, which departs every 30 minutes from Gimhae airport between 06:50 and 22:20 (7 000 KRW, approx. 7 USD) will bring you to BEXCO. From Busan Station (KTX) to BEXCO and hotels: A taxi ride from Busan Station takes around 40 minutes to BEXCO and the official hotels and costs approximately 15 000 KRW (approx. 14 USD). Detailed information is available at gm2018.iec.ch and on the 82nd IEC General Meeting app. 20 21

On arrival Technical visits and tours On arrival 9. Registration The IEC information and registration desk will be located on the 2nd floor of the convention hall in BEXCO from 14 to 20 October 2018, and in Hall 1 of Exhibition Centre 1 of BEXCO from 21 to 26 October 2018. Opening hours: 08:00-18:00 every day. When registering, delegates will receive: - an identification badge; - invitations to social events; - updates and general information to assist them during their stay. Business centre A complimentary business centre will be available on the 1st floor of the convention hall in BEXCO from 15 to 20 October 2018, and in Hall 1 of Exhibition Centre 1 of BEXCO from 21 to 26 October 2018, where you will find a number of computers with Internet connection, scanners, printers, photocopiers and connection points for laptops.

Opening hours: 08:00-18:00 every day.

The computers will have standard software pre-installed, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Reader, WinZip and Internet Browser. You will need a fully installed/ configured LAN card to connect to the local area network (TCP/IP protocol) with your laptop using a Wi-Fi-enabled system. Technical visits and tours 10. Technical visits You will find information about all technical visits at gm2018.iec.ch Tours The host committee has organized several tours for you and accompanying persons. For detailed information, please consult gm2018.iec.ch Red Green Purple Organizers Young Professionals HC guests, sponsors All delegates are requested to wear their identification badge throughout the General Meeting, including all meetings, receptions, social events.

On its verso side, the badge mentions some phone numbers that can be dialed in case of an emergency (police, ambulance, doctor, etc.).

White Yellow Blue Delegates Accompanying persons IEC Officers and staff Badges The following colour codes are used for badges: 22 23

Tips and useful information Tips and useful information 11. Business and shopping hours Climate and clothing October is the beginning of the autumn season in the Republic of Korea. The average temperature in Busan is around 14°C (57°F) to 22°C (72 °F) in October. The weather is very pleasant, however, the temperature is changeable especially in the evening and it might rain during this period. Therefore, we recommend that you bring layers of clothing and an umbrella.

Credit/debit cards Visa, Mastercard, American Express as well as some other credit cards are accepted by most businesses in the Republic of Korea including major hotels, department stores, and general shops. However, please double-check before making your purchase. Currency/exchange The South Korean won is the official currency (₩, KRW). All prices quoted in this programme are in KRW. As of 1 April 2018, the exchange rate is approximately 1 USD = 1 060 KRW, 1 CHF = 1 111 KRW and 1 EUR = 1 306 KRW. Most foreign currency in notes can be exchanged in banks or authorized exchange service centres.

Bank notes are in denominations of 1 000, 5 000, 10 000, 50 000 won, and coins are with a value of 10, 50, 100, 500 won.

We recommend that you check exchange rates before your departure to take advantage of the best rates. Week days Mon-Fri Weekends & public holidays Remarks Category Banks 09:00-16:00 Closed Exceptions: Standard Chartered Bank Mon-Fri 09:30-16:30 EVERRICH Bank Mon-Fri 09:00-16:30 Closed on weekends & public holidays Website: www.koreapost.go.kr Closed Closed 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 Government offices and organizations Post offices Typically, department stores are closed one day a month (usually on the first Monday of a month). However, this date as well as opening hours may vary for individual stores.

We recommend that you check prior to visiting them.

10:30-20:30 Mon-Thu 10:30-20:00 Fri 10:30-20:30 Shops and shopping centres Electricity supply The standard in the Republic of Korea is 220 volts at 60 hertz. Electrical sockets match the type C and type F plugs and sockets described in IEC TR 60083:2015 and at www.iec.ch/worldplugs as follows: 24 25

Language The official language of the Republic of Korea is Korean. In business communication, English is common. Meal facilities You can find cafes, fast food chains as well as Korean and Chinese restaurants on floor B1 of Exhibition Centre 1 of BEXCO. Also, there are some places to eat near BEXCO.

Please ask the concierge in your hotel for recommendations or enquire at the information desk in BEXCO. Smoking Smoking is prohibited in public places. It is permitted only in specially designated and equipped areas.

Taxes Value added tax (VAT): The Republic of Korea has VAT system, and its 10% rate is applicable to all supplies of goods and services not qualifying for an exemption. The VAT is generally included in the price of goods and services. Tax free system: The Republic of Korea's tax free system can largely be divided into "duty free" and "tax refund". In duty free shops, no tax is applied to the price of the items, including the VAT and individual consumption tax. In comparison, a tax refund can be claimed by tourists before they leave the country.

Police Fire & emergency medical service Travel hotline & complaint centre Emergency numbers 112 119 1330 Tips and useful information Type F: 220 V, 60 Hz Type C: 220 V, 60 Hz Internet connections Free high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access is guaranteed to all delegates within the General Meeting business centre and all General Meeting locations (meeting rooms).

Internet access at hotels may involve substantial daily charges. We recommend that you check connection rates at your hotel. Telephones Country code: +82 City code for Busan: +51 City code for Seoul: +2 In the Republic of Korea, there are three mobile telecommunications service providers: KT, LG U+, and SKT.

Nowadays, public phone booths are steadily decreasing in the Republic of Korea. However, you can find some public phone booths at popular sites such as bus stops and subway stations. Public phones generally provide local and international call services, with payment accepted by coins or phone cards. For international calls from the hotel, please consult the hotel operator. 26 27

Additional information 1. Restricted items The items listed below are restricted from entry to the Republic of Korea: -  Tobacco: no more than 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of other tobacco products per person above 19 years old -  Alcohol: no more than 1 bottle (not over 1 L) of liquor per person above 19 years old -  Perfume: no more than 60 ml -  All weapons (including replicas and decorations) -  Illegal drugs such as opium, marijuana/cannabis, cocaine, etc.

-  Domestic currency (KRW) or won-denominated travellers' cheques exceeding 10 000 USD must be declared to customs upon arrival and departure - Plants, fruits and vegetables, agricultural and forestry products - Animal products (including meat, skin, fur), livestock, and animal fodder For further information, please consult the website of Korea Customs Service: www.customs.go.kr/kcshome/site/index.do?layoutSiteId=english 2. Arrival card A foreigner entering the Republic of Korea has to go through immigration at the port of entry. Please present your passport along with the completed arrival card (form No.

41-2) that states the purpose of your entry, location of residence, etc. to immigration officials. DUPONT Park Hyatt Busan SS212345 Professor GUILLAUME 3, reu de Verembe, P.O Box 131, 1211 Geneva 20,Switzerland 051 - 990 - 1234 OZ123 GENEVA switzerland Tips and useful information Service provider DOSIRAK KT Rental LG U+ SKT Router rental Router rental and roaming Router rental and roaming Router rental and roaming Services 4 500 KRW (4 USD) per day 4 400 KRW (4 USD) per day 8 800 KRW (8 USD) per day 7 700 KRW (7 USD) per day Wi-Fi router rental fee Unlimited/ 4G, LTE Unlimited/ LTE Unlimited/ LTE 400 MB/ 3G, LTE Data/ Network Location +82 1566 9070 +82 2 2190 0901 +82 2 3416 7010 +82 2 6343 9000 Contact number Exit No.

7 1st floor Exit Nos. 6 & 10 1st floor Exit Nos. 5 & 9 1st floor Exit No. 10 1st floor Passenger Terminal 1 Exit No. 1 1st floor Between Exit Nos. 4 & 5 1st floor Passenger Terminal 2 The following services are provided at the arrival deck counter at Incheon Int'l Airport. Information of Wi-Fi router rental service and roaming services: Time zone Busan time zone: GMT+09:00/No daylight saving time. Tipping Tipping is not required nor expected in the Republic of Korea. Vaccinations There is no compulsory vaccination for entering the Republic of Korea. 28 29

List of technical committees/subcommittees List of technical committees/ subcommittees 12. The following technical committees and subcommittees have been invited to meet at the 82nd IEC General Meeting. 30 31 TC/SC Title TC 1 Terminology TC 8 Systems aspects for electrical energy supply SC 8A Grid integration of renewable energy generation SC 8B Decentralized electrical energy systems TC 17 High-voltage switchgear and controlgear SC 17A Switching devices SC 17C Assemblies TC 21 Secondary cells and batteries SC 21A Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes TC 23 Electrical accessories SC 23A Cable management systems SC 23B Plugs, socket-outlets and switches SC 23 E Circuit-breakers and similar equipment for household use SC 23G Appliance couplers TC/SC Title SC 23H Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for industrial and similar applications, and for electric vehicles SC 23J Switches for appliances SC 23K Electrical energy efficiency products TC 25 Quantities and units TC 31 Equipment for explosive atmospheres SC 31G Intrinsically-safe apparatus SC 31J Classification of hazardous areas and installation requirements SC 31M Non-electrical equipment and protective systems for explosive atmospheres TC 34 Lamps and related equipment SC 34A Lamps SC 34B Lamp caps and holders SC 34C Auxiliaries for lamps SC 34D Luminaires TC 36 Insulators SC 36A Insulated bushings TC 40 Capacitors and resistors for electronic equipment TC 47 Semiconductor devices SC 47A Integrated circuits

List of technical committees/subcommittees 32 33 TC/SC Title SC 65D Industrial networks SC 65E Devices and integration in enterprise systems TC 79 Alarm and electronic security systems TC 82 Solar photovoltaic energy systems TC 86 Fibre optics SC 86A Fibres and cables SC 86B Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components SC 86C Fibre optic systems and active devices TC 90 Superconductivity TC 91 Electronics assembly technology TC 100 Audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment TA 1 Terminals for audio, video and data services and contents TA 2 Colour measurement and management TA 4 Digital system interfaces and protocols TA 5 Cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services TA 6 Storage media, storage data structures, storage systems and equipment TA 10 Multimedia e-publishing and e-book technologies TA 15 Wireless power transfer TC/SC Title SC 47D Semiconductor devices packaging SC 47E Discrete semiconductor devices SC 47F Micro-electromechanical systems TC 59 Performance of household and similar electrical appliances SC 59A Electric dishwashers SC 59C Heating appliances SC 59D Performance of household and similar electrical laundry appliances SC 59F Surface cleaning appliances SC 59K Performance of household and similar electrical cooking appliances SC 59L Small household appliances SC 59M Performance of electrical household and similar cooling and freezing appliances TC 61 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances SC 61C Safety of refrigeration appliances for household and commercial use SC 61D Appliances for air-conditioning for household and similar purposes SC 61H Safety of electrically-operated farm appliances TC 65 Industrial-process measurement, control and automation SC 65A System aspects SC 65B Measurement and control devices

List of technical committees/subcommittees 34 35 TC/SC Title TA 16 Active assisted living (AAL), wearable electronic devices and technologies, accessibility and user interfaces TA 17 Multimedia systems and equipment for cars TA 18 (New TA, tentative title: Multimedia home systems and applications for end-user networks) TA 19 (New TA, tentative title: Environmental and energy aspects for multimedia systems and equipment) TA 20 (New TA, tentative title: Analogue and digital audio) TC 103 Transmitting equipment for radio communication TC 108 Safety of electronic equipment within the field of audio/video, information technology and communication technology TC 110 Electronic display devices TC 111 Environmental standardization for electrical and electronic products and systems TC 113 Nanotechnology for electrotechnical products and systems TC 119 Printed electronics TC 121 Switchgear and controlgear and their assemblies for low voltage SC 121A Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear SC 121B Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear assemblies TC 124 Wearable electronic devices and technologies CISPR International special committee on radio interference CIS/A Radio-interference measurements and statistical methods TC/SC Title CIS/B Interference relating to industrial, scientific and medical radio- frequency apparatus, to other (heavy) industrial equipment, to overhead power lines, to high voltage equipment and to electric traction CIS/D Electromagnetic disturbances related to electric/electronic equipment on vehicles and internal combustion engine powered devices CIS/F Interference relating to household appliances tools, lighting equipment and similar apparatus CIS/H Limits for the protection of radio services CIS/I Electromagnetic compatibility of information technology equipment, multimedia equipment and receivers CIS/S Steering committee SyC Smart cities Electrotechnical aspects of smart cities SyC Smart energy Smart energy ACEA Advisory committee on environmental aspects ACEC Advisory committee on electromagnetic compatibility IECQ IEC Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components IEC-ILAC/IAF Steering committee

Provisional timetable for technical meetings No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM 37 36 1 TC 1/AG 2 TC 1 3 TC 1/WG 1 4 TC 1/JMT 195 5 TC 1/VT 60050 6 TC 8 7 SC 8A 8 SC 8B 9 TC 8/AG 1 10 TC 8/WG 1 11 TC 8/WG 9 12 TC 8/MT 1 13 TC 8/WG 11 14 TC 8/JWG 10 15 SC 8A/WG 1 16 SC 8A/WG 2 17 SC 8A/JWG 4 18 SC 8A/AHG 3 19 SC 8A/JWG 3 Provisional timetable for technical meetings 19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM 13.

A provisional timetable for all meetings (technical meetings, management meetings and other events & meetings) is included in this programme. For updates please consult: gm2018.iec.ch or the IEC General Meeting 2018 app.

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 38 39 20 SC 8B/JWG 1 21 SC 8B/EMS WG 22 SC 8B/VPP WG 23 SC 8B/AHG 2 24 TC 17 25 SC 17A 26 SC 17C 27 TC 21 28 TC 21/WG 2 29 TC 21/WG 8 30 TC 21/PT 62984 31 TC 21/JWG 7 32 TC 21 - SC 21A Officers 33 SC 21A 34 SC 21A/WG 1 35 SC 21A/WG 2 36 SC 21A/WG 3 37 SC 21A/WG 4 38 SC 21A/WG 5 39 TC 23 40 TC 23/AG 10 41 SC 23A 42 SC 23B

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 40 41 43 SC 23E 44 SC 23G 45 SC 23H 46 SC 23J 47 SC 23K 48 TC 25 49 TC 25/AG 50 TC 25/MT 8 51 TC 25/JWG 2 52 TC 31 53 SC 31G 54 SC 31J 55 SC 31M 56 TC 31/WG 27 57 TC 31/WG 28+MT 60079-31 58 TC 31/WG 32 59 TC 31/WG 39 60 TC 31/WG 42 61 TC 31/WG 47 62 TC 31/AG 49 63 TC 31/MT 60079-1 64 TC 31/MT 60079-7 65 TC 31/MT 60079-28

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 42 43 66 TC 31/MT 60079-29+JWG 45 67 TC 31/MT 60079-33 68 SC 31G/MT 60079-11 69 SC 31G/MT 60079-25 70 SC 31J/MT 60079-10-1 71 SC 31J/MT 60079-13 72 SC 31J/MT 60079-14 73 SC 31M/WG 1 74 TC 34 75 SC 34A 76 SC 34B 77 SC 34C 78 SC 34D 79 TC 34/WG 6 80 TC 34/WG 7 81 TC 34/AG 1 82 SC 34D/WG 1 83 SC 34A/WG 3 84 SC 34A/WG 4 85 SC 34B/WG 1 86 SC 34C/WG 1 87 TC 36 88 SC 36A

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 44 45 89 TC 36/WG 11 90 TC 36/PT 61952-1 91 TC 36/PT 62231-1 92 TC 36/MT 17 93 TC 36/MT 18 94 TC 36/MT 19 95 TC 36/MT 20 96 TC 36/MT 21 97 TC 36/MT 23 98 TC 40 99 TC 40/Technology session 100 TC 40/WG 36 101 TC 40/WG 39 102 TC 40/WG 40 103 TC 40/WG 41 104 TC 40/WG 43 105 TC 47 106 TC 47/WG 1+WG 2 107 TC 47/WG 3 108 TC 47/WG 5 109 TC 47/WG 6+WG 7 110 SC 47A 111 SC 47A/WG 2

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 46 47 112 SC 47A/WG 7 113 SC 47A/WG 9 114 SC 47D 115 SC 47D/WG 1 116 SC 47D/WG 2 117 SC 47E 118 SC 47E/WG 1+PT 119 SC 47E/WG 2 120 SC 47E/WG 3 121 SC 47E/WG 4 122 SC 47E/WG 8 123 SC 47E/WG 9 124 SC 47F 125 SC 47F/WG 1+WG 2/MT 1+WG 3 126 TC 59 127 TC 59/WG 16 128 TC 59/AG 14 129 TC 59/PT 63086 130 SC 59A/AG 5 131 SC 59A/AG 6 132 SC 59A/WG 4 133 SC 59A/MT 2 134 SC 59A/PT 63136

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 48 49 135 SC 59A 136 SC 59C 137 SC 59D 138 SC 59D/AG 17+WG 18 139 SC 59D/WG 13+WG 19 140 SC 59D/MT 16+WG 20 141 SC 59D/MT 14 142 SC 59D/MT 15 143 SC 59F/WG 3+JWG 4+WG 7+WG 9 144 SC 59F/WG 5 145 SC 59F/WG 6 146 SC 59F 147 SC 59K 148 SC 59K/MT 1 149 SC 59K/MT 3 150 SC 59L/MT 1 151 SC 59L/MT 2 152 SC 59L/MT 4 153 SC 59L/WG 6+MT 3 154 SC 59L/PT 62947 155 SC 59L 156 SC 59M 157 SC 59M/MT 2

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 50 51 158 SC 59M/WG 4 159 TC 61 160 SC 61B 161 SC 61C 162 SC 61C/WG 5 163 SC 61D 164 SC 61H 165 TC 61/MT 4 166 TC 65 167 SC 65A 168 SC 65B 169 SC 65C 170 SC 65E 171 TC 65/AG 14 172 TC 65/Automation forum 173 TC 65/WG 16 174 SC 65E/WG 8 175 TC 65/AHG 4 176 TC 65/WG 22 177 SC 65A/MT 61511 178 SC 65B/WG 6 179 TC 79 180 TC 79/CAG

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 52 53 181 TC 79/WG 11 182 TC 79/WG 12 PT 1 183 TC 79/WG 12 PT 2 184 TC 79/WG 12 PT 3 185 TC 79/AHG 14 186 TC 79/PT 62692 187 TC 82 188 TC 82/JWG 1 189 TC 82/WG 1 190 TC 82/WG 2 191 TC 82/WG 3 192 TC 82/WG 6 193 TC 82/WG 7 194 TC 82/WG 8 195 TC 86 196 TC 86/WG 4 197 TC 86/JWG 9 198 TC 86/Presentations 199 TC 86/Officers group 200 SC 86A 201 SC 86A/WG 1 202 SC 86A/WG 3 203 Joint SC 46C/SC 86A

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 54 55 204 SC 86B 205 SC 86B/WG 4 206 SC 86B/WG 6 207 SC 86B/WG 7 208 SC 86B/JWG 8 209 SC 86B Officers group 210 SC 86C 211 SC 86C/WG 1 212 SC 86C/WG 2 213 SC 86C/WG 3 214 SC 86C/WG 4 215 SC 86C/WG 5 216 TC 86/FOCI 217 TC 90 218 TC 90/WG 1 219 TC 90/WG 8 220 TC 90/WG 4 221 TC 90/WG 5 222 TC 90/WG 14 223 TC 90/WG 2+WG 3+WG 7 224 TC 90/Mini-workshop 225 TC 91 226 TC 91/WG 1

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 56 57 227 TC 91/WG 2 228 TC 91/WG 3 229 TC 91/WG 3+WG 10 230 TC 91/WG 4 231 TC 91/WG 5 232 TC 91/WG 6 233 TC 91/WG 10 234 TC 91/WG 12 235 TC 91/WG 13 236 TC 91/WG 14 237 TC 91/WG 15 238 TC 91/AG 16 239 TC 91 Officers 240 TC 91 LCG*1 (JIC*2 ) 241 TC 100 242 TC 100 AGS 243 TC 100 AGM 244 TC 100 GMT 245 TC 100/PT 100-17 246 TC 100/PT 100-18 247 TC 100/TA 1 248 TC 100/TA 2 249 TC 100/TA 4

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 58 59 250 TC 100/TA 5 251 TC 100/TA 6 252 TC 100/TA 10 253 TC 100/TA 15 254 TC 100/TA 16 255 TC 100/TA 17 256 TC 100/TA 8 (TA 18) 257 TC 100/TA 12 (TA 19) 258 TC 100/TA 11 (TA 20) 259 TC 103 260 TC 103/WG 6 261 TC 108 262 TC 108 HBSDT 263 TC 110 264 TC 110/WG 2 265 TC 110/WG 5 266 TC 110/WG 6 267 TC 110/WG 7 268 TC 110/WG 8 269 TC 110/WG 9 270 TC 110/WG 10 271 TC 110/AG 11 272 TC 110/WG 12

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 60 61 273 TC 110/PT 62595 274 TC 110/WG 13 275 TC 110 Convenors 276 TC 111 277 TC 111/AHG 12 278 TC 111/WG3 279 TC 111/PT 63031 280 TC 111/MT 62474 281 TC 111/VT 62474 282 TC 111/JWG ECD 62959 283 TC 111/PT 01 284 TC 111/AHG Circular economy 285 TC 113 286 TC 113/AG 4 287 TC 113/WG 3 288 TC 113/WG 7 289 TC 113/WG 8 290 TC 113/WG 9 291 TC 113/WG 10 292 TC 113/WG 11 293 TC 113/JWG 1 294 TC 113/JWG 2 295 TC 119

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 62 63 296 TC 119/AG 1 297 TC 119/WG 1 298 TC 119/WG 2 299 TC 119/WG 3 300 TC 119/WG 4 301 TC 119/WG 5 302 TC 119/AhG 8 303 TC 121 304 SC 121A/WG 10 305 SC 121A/WG 1 306 SC 121A/MT 7 307 SC 121A/MT 5 308 SC 121A/AG 4 309 SC 121A 310 SC 121B/MT 2 311 SC 121B/MT 5 312 SC 121B/PT 63107 313 SC 121B 314 TC 124 315 CISPR 316 CIS/A 317 CIS/A/AHG 2 318 CIS/A/WG 2

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 64 65 319 CIS/A/WG 1 320 CIS/A/JWG 5 321 CIS/A/AHG 4 322 CIS/A/AHG 6 323 CIS/A/AHG 1 324 CIS/B 325 CIS/B/WG 1 326 CIS/B/WG 2 327 CIS/D/WG 1 328 CIS/D/WG 2 329 CIS/D/P/WG 2 330 CIS/D/TF-LF 331 CIS/D/JWG 332 CIS/D/ISO/WG 333 CIS/F 334 CIS/F/WG 1 335 CIS/F/WG 2 336 CIS/H 337 CIS/H/WG 1 338 CIS/H/AHG 2 339 CIS/H/JWG H/77A 340 CIS/I 341 CIS/I/MT 8

19 Oct (Fri) 20 Oct (Sat9 21 Oct (Sun) 22 Oct (Mon) 23 Oct (Tue) 24 Oct (Wed) 25 Oct (Thu) 26 Oct (Fri) 27 Oct (Sat) 28 Oct ( Sun) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM No. TC/SC 13 Oct (Sat) 14 Oct (Sun) 15 Oct (Mon) 16 Oct (Tue) 17 Oct (Wed) 18 Oct (Thu) AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM Provisional timetable for technical meetings 66 67 342 CIS/I/MT 7 343 CIS/I/MT 9 344 CIS/S 345 SyC Smart cities/CAG 346 SyC Smart cities/forum or workshop 347 SyC Smart energy/ smart energy TC forum 348 SyC Smart energy/CAG 349 SyC Smart energy/WG 6 350 ACEC 351 ACEA 352 IECQ CABC 353 IECQ CABC Open 354 IECQ MC 355 IECQ/WG 5 356 IECQ/WG 8 357 IECQ/WG 9 358 IECQ/WG 10 359 IECQ/avionics user forum 360 IECQ/WG 4 361 IECQ/WG 6 362 IECQ/WG 11 363 IEC-ILAC/IAF

IEC Management and other meetings 14. IEC Management and other meetings 20 Oct (Sat) Meetings AM PM 24 Oct (Wed) AM PM 22 Oct (Mon) AM PM 26 Oct (Fri) AM PM 21 Oct (Sun) AM PM 25 Oct (Thu) AM PM 23 Oct (Tue) AM PM 27 Oct (Sat) AM PM SMB CAG (08:30-17:00) CAB CAG (08:30-17:00) EXCO 1 (from 09:00) Regulator forum (08:30-18:00) Affiliate forum (13:30-18:00) Standardization Management Board (SMB) (08:30-17:00) Council statutory session (08:30-12:00) Conformity Assessment Board (CAB) (08:30-17:00) Young Professionals workshop & industry visit (08:00-17:30) NC Secretaries workshop (08:30-12:30) Asia-Pacific Steering Group (APSG) (16:00-18:00) 20 Oct (Sat) Meetings AM PM 24 Oct (Wed) AM PM 22 Oct (Mon) AM PM 26 Oct (Fri) AM PM 21 Oct (Sun) AM PM 25 Oct (Thu) AM PM 23 Oct (Tue) AM PM 27 Oct (Sat) AM PM Council Board (08:30-17:00) EXCO 2 (from 09:00) Affiliate NEC workshop (09:00-12:00) Market Strategy Board (MSB) conference (09:00-13:00) Workshop for industrializing countries (14:00-17:30) NC Presidents forum (14:00-15:30) TC/SC Officers forum (15:00-18:00) Council open session (14:00-16:00) 68 69

Accommodation Gimhae International Airport Busan-Gimhae Light Rail Line2 Line3 Line4 Line1 Busan Station Accommodation Park Hyatt Busan Paradise Hotel Busan The Westin Chosun Busan Haeundae Grand Hotel Shilla Stay Haeundae Centum Premier Hotel Kunoh Seacloud Hotel Ibis Budget Ambassador Busan Haeundae Gimhae Int’l Airport Busan Station Centum City Haeundae Subway station Geumjeongsanseong Fortress Taejongdae Gwangalli Beach Haeundae Beach Songjeong Beach Tourist attraction Gimhae International Airport Line3 Busan Station Accommodation Park Hyatt Busan Paradise Hotel Busan The Westin Chosun Busan Haeundae Grand Hotel Shilla Stay Haeundae Centum Premier Hotel Kunoh Seacloud Hotel Ibis Budget Ambassador Busan Haeundae Gimhae Int’l Airport Busan Station Centum City Haeundae Subway station Geumjeongsanseong Fortress Taejongdae Gwangalli Beach Haeundae Beach Songjeong Beach Tourist attraction Gimhae International Airport Line3 Busan Station Accommodation Park Hyatt Busan Paradise Hotel Busan The Westin Chosun Busan Haeundae Grand Hotel Shilla Stay Haeundae Centum Premier Hotel Kunoh Seacloud Hotel Ibis Budget Ambassador Busan Haeundae Gimhae Int’l Airport Busan Station Centum City Haeundae Subway station Geumjeongsanseong Fortress Taejongdae Gwangalli Beach Haeundae Beach Songjeong Beach Tourist attraction Gimhae International Airport Busan Station Maps 15.

Maps Meeting locations and hotels 1. City map 2. BEXCO map From Gimhae International Airport to Bexco Distance: 27 km Duration: approx. 55 min by car From Busan Station to Bexco Distance: 14 km Duration: approx. 35 min by car EXHIBITION CENTRE 1 CONVENTION HALL EXHIBITION CENTRE 2 P P B E X C O Centum City B u s a n M u s u e u m o f A rt AUDITORIUM i BEXCO Busan Cinema Centre Design Centre Busan ARPINA Meeting and events venues Shopping area Shinsegae Department Store Lotte Department Store Home plus (Supermarket) i ii iii d a ii iii Accommodation Centum Premier Hotel EXHIBITION CENTRE 1 CONVENTION HALL EXHIBITION CENTRE 2 P P B E X C O Centum City B u s a n M u s u e u m o f A r t AUDITORIUM i BEXCO Busan Cinema Centre Design Centre Busan ARPINA Meeting and events venues Shopping area Shinsegae Department Store Lotte Department Store Home plus (Supermarket) i ii iii d a ii iii Accommodation Centum Premier Hotel 70 71 EXHIBITION CENTRE 1 CONVENTION HALL EXHIBITION CENTRE 2 P P B E X C O Centum City B u s a n M u s u e u m o f A r t AUDITORIUM i BEXCO Busan Cinema Centre Design Centre Busan ARPINA Meeting and events venues Shopping area Shinsegae Department Store Lotte Department Store Home plus (Supermarket) i ii iii d a ii iii Accommodation Centum Premier Hotel i Shop S L H i ii iii Accommodation Centum Premier Hotel