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A series of standards that map the information technology needs of cities has just been published.
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The DIN Consumer Council has high hopes for a new standard that protects consumers and helps them get the most from their purchases.
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A new committee for safes and vaults has just been created.

This page is dedicated to featuring national resources developed by ISO members to support the fight against COVID-19.
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New International Standards for blockchain help to facilitate a common understanding and support its adoption in a safe and secure way.
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Knowing who is who and who owns whom is fundamental to transparency and security in financial transactions. The legal entity identifier (LEI) enables such transparency and gives rise to the publicly available global directory of financial market participants. It exists thanks to ISO standards that have …
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With more than ten thousand different uses, bamboo is versatile, renewable, clean, green and abundant. What’s more, it holds the key to many climate change and sustainable development solutions. What’s not to love? ISO’s expert committee for bamboo has just published its first International Standard …
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In our globetrotting society, beach safety signs and flags need to be understood in a language that everyone can speak. Internationally agreed illustrations and protocols are key, and the International Standard for that has just been updated.
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Adventure is the spice of life and, when it comes to tourism, it can make for a memorable, rewarding experience. But it is not without its risks, so minimizing those risks is at the heart of several specific ISO standards. The latest one for leaders has just been updated to ensure you are in safe hands …
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The asparagus market is in full bloom everywhere. As trade grows, so too does the need for clearly defined and agreed specifications for the industry to use. A new International Standard has just been published to support its healthy growth.