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.
Due to a high number of applications and to due to the holiday period, StandICT.eu has agreed to extend the call 8 deadline by one week - giving applicants time to submit their high-quality proposals by Friday 6th September. We look forward to receiving your applications.
Cloud computing is becoming a deeply important infrastructure for society, not only powering much of the World Wide Web but also mobile applications, business systems, autonomous vehicles, and the Internet of Things. As other infrastructures have evolved—such as the global telephone system and the Internet itself—deep interoperability has been standardized, enabling service providers to federate with one another.
In recent years, cybersecurity has become a key transatlantic policy issue. It has particularly resonated in the EU and the US, which together account for more than 50% of unique IP addresses on a global level. Both regions have taken markedly different approaches to cybersecurity.
A brand new IEC group, SEG 11 is born with a view to better study the transition towards sustainable transportation. The main purpose of the group will be to analyse the standardisation tools needed to facilitate countries in the transition to more environmental friendly and sustainable transportation options.