The ISO member for China, SAC, has set its sights on the country’s growing elderly population with new national standards to improve quality of care homes.
Nutritional labelling of infant formulas is, unsurprisingly, a heavily regulated area, meaning tight rules around the nutrients they contain. ISO has an industry-recognized series of International Standards for the determination of such nutrients, the latest of which has just been published.
It’s widely accepted that artificial intelligence will have a huge impact on our lives in the coming decades – but how can we be sure this new technology is not just innovative and helpful, but also trustworthy?
With offshore wind providing a much-needed way to generate sustainable electricity, ISO 29400 provides guidance on the best way to manage associated operations.
Three new standards are set to help accelerate the arrival of a connected world.
From droughts to floods, rising seas to extreme weathers, communities around the world are already experiencing increased climate impacts. These pose threats to life, property, economic well-being and to ecosystems. New guidance from ISO will help local governments and communities to prepare for such …
For everyone concerned about online privacy, ISO/IEC 29184 has just been published.
In today’s economy, controlling costs and maintaining competitiveness are paramount, and companies are going back to basics. Businesses are leveraging their energy management systems as one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce operating expenses and help control costs.
Getting back to basics on Desertification and Drought Day, the UNCCD challenges us to rethink how we use the land.
The ISO member for Spain, UNE, has developed national guidance to reinvigorate one if its most important sectors after an extended lockdown.