Increasing urbanization worldwide means city living is the future, and digital innovation can help to make that future bright. This is the theme of this year’s World Cities Day and ISO International Standards are at the forefront.
The experts behind the standard for JPEG were recognized with an Engineering Emmy by the US Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the 71st Engineering Emmy Awards last night.
Standards touch all areas of our lives, so standards developers are needed from all sectors of society. New international guidance for the competences required of standards professionals has just been published to improve and harmonize the skills required and attract new talent into the standards community.
At least one in three children under five are either underweight or overweight, according to a newly published report by Unicef. ISO International Standards provide the right ingredients to help.
Transport and storage are inextricable elements of food safety management. New international guidance has just been published to help ensure safety at every stop along the food chain.
ISO’s International Standard for business collaboration, ISO 44001, helps organizations get the most out of working together. A new guidance document provides further insight to help them take these relationships to the next step.
Increasing complexity in the trade of financial instruments globally resulted in the need for a set of international codes so that everyone can speak the same language. The International Standard that defines these codes, known as CFI codes, has just been revised.
In a bid to reduce emissions from shipping, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a target of January 2020 for the implementation of a new policy that limits the sulfur content of maritime fuel to 0.50 %. No mean feat when the current maximum is 3.50 % and high-sulfur fuel has been the …
ISO International Standards help support tourism and contribute to the objective of this year’s theme “Tourism and jobs: a better future for all”.
While traditionally seen as male-dominated, the maritime sector benefits from gender equality just like any other industry.