We live in an increasingly digitalized world, with a growing number of intelligent and connected products and services. From smart homes and connected healthcare devices, to cars that are becoming increasingly autonomous, we must put our trust in the technology all around us.
The president of the Canadian National Committee, Jacques Régis has retired, after years of dedication to standardization and conformity assessment. He is replaced by Colin Clark who has been vice-president since 2017.
The IEC Market Strategy Board (MSB) is meeting in Erlangen at the invitation of the German engineering giant, Siemens. The two-day meeting on 14 and 15 January will focus on opportunities for standardization related to emerging and disruptive technologies.
IEC Technical Committee 111, which prepares environmental standards for electrical and electronic products, has built a strong working relationship with China Quality Certification Centre (CQC), the largest professional certification body in China. In addition to providing product and
Tomorrow is Zero Emissions Day, an initiative launched by the Climate Leadership Coalition (CLC), a loose network of companies, research organizations and cities, which fight climate change in their respective fields of expertise.
The 1964 Tokyo Olympics were the first to be held in Asia and the first to provide live viewing to audiences around the world. The 2020 Games will give the world another first with 3D athlete tracking technology, also known as 3DAT.
I was delighted to take part recently in the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) annual Aid for Trade Global Review. Following is a summary of my speech about the role of international standards in helping countries seize the trade opportunities from the clean energy transition.