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14.10.2016 11:21

Standards Build Trust

Happy Standards day. The World Standards Day is celebrated every year on 14.10. and this year’s theme is trust.

Standards are essential especially at points where we must make sure that we understand and present things uniformly. Then we can also trust that the products and services fulfil the requirements for quality, safety and conformity.

In the diverse networked world interaction is based on prevailing meanings and rules. In the international standards, all commonly determined concepts are available to all.  

The World Standards Day of the international standardization organisations IEC, ISO and ITU celebrates the collaborative efforts of the thousands of experts worldwide who develop the voluntary technical agreements and standards.

Learn more: World Standards Day 2016

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