The SAREF family of standards enable interoperability between solutions from different providers and among various activity sectors in the Internet of Things (IoT) and therefore contribute to the development of the global digital market. These standards are designed to run on top of the oneM2M system, the global IoT partnership project of which ETSI is a founding partner.
There is a gentle buzz of active conversation at coffee time in the reception hall at ETSI, interspersed with hearty laughter. Experts in all subjects have gathered for a wide range of discussions. In small meeting rooms with great formality, they discuss the order of the day, but, over coffee, they share history and experience, present difficulties and future promises.
StandICT.eu Final Event “Reflections & Sustainability - 24 Months On” delivered its final event on 5th of December 2019 at the DG Connect premises of the European Commission. One of the project’s principal goals was to support and fund European experts interested in contributing to global ICT standardisation efforts.
The CEN-CENELEC Guides are reference documents published by CEN-CENELEC to give orientation, advice or recommendations on standardization principles and policies and guidance to standards writers. Guides may also address issues of interest to all users of European documents such as manufacturers, designers, service providers and educators.
You can find here the PDF downloadable version of each Guide:
This 5th December at the European Commission premises at DG connect in Brussels the StandICT.eu H2020 project  , a 24 month initiative that concludes this December 2019, shall be tapping into a series of expert ICT Standard individuals from pol
ISO/IEC 19794 series provide interoperable ways to code biometric data, depending on the modality.
StandICT.eu will join ETSI IoT week with a focused presentation to underline the most important outputs achieved in the last two year
StandICT.eu is joining today, 17th October 2019, the Multi Stakeholder Platform on ICT Standardisation at the European Commission premises in Brussels for the last meeting of this year.
ITU Green Standards Week has brought together governments, city leaders, businesses and citizens to share their experiences in driving the behavioural change required to achieve smart city objectives.
Today, services account for 70% of the EU’s GDP. The market share and the employment generated by services is expected to continue to increase, as the emergence of the collaborative economy, digitization and servitisation of the manufacturing industry provide further growth opportunities for the EU service businesses.