The 2019 Qingdao Forum on International Standardization took place on 27-29 October, under the guidance of IEC, ISO, ITU, the Standards Administration of China (SAC) and the People’s Government of Shandong Province. The event was hosted by the Qingdao Municipal Government.
The experts who developed the standard for JPEG were awarded an Engineering Emmy by the US Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the 71st Engineering Emmy Awards last night in Los Angeles. IEC and ISO Joint Technical Committee (JTC 1) develops international standards for inform
A symposium on using IEC standardization work to support medical device regulation has taken place at the 2019 IEC General Meeting in Shanghai. It brought together regulators with standards and conformity assessment experts.
An IEC Mentoring Agreement was signed with Namibia between IEC National Committee – the British Standards Institution (BSI) and IEC National Electrotechnical Committee (NEC) – the Namibia Standards Institution (NSI), during the IEC GM in Shanghai.
The latest generation of mobile network technology – 5G – promises greater capacity, significantly faster download speeds, while opening up new possibilities for a number of technologies, including the Internet of Things (IoT).
A new economic model is emerging that re-evaluates our current approach to production and consumption. It is based on circular mechanisms in which products and materials can be reused, repaired, refurbished, remanufactured and recycled.
Two different standards are competing for the attention of regulators. These standards are relevant to what some experts call the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) or, in other words, connected cars which can communicate both with their internal and external environments.