Help define the future of standards: CEN and CENELEC look for participants on machine readable standards project

CEN and CENELEC are calling for participants in their “Standards of the future – machine readable” project.

The objective of the project is the development of standards that can be machine readable, making it easier for the information they provide to be integrated into processes and systems, and thus meeting the needs of users in digitalised industries. The aim is to have a complete framework in place, fully tested in production, by December 2024. CEN and CENELEC are working in collaboration with ISO and IEC, who are running similar projects, in order to coordinate a common solution and represent European interests at the international level.


In order for this to succeed, CEN and CENELEC need you! In particular, to contribute to the project and contribute to define the future of standards, we are looking for experts with a diverse range of skill sets to join the project team for a time commitment of around 2 to 4 hours per week.


More precise information on what is needed and on how to participate can be found on the dedicated leaflet.


For more information, please register for one of these info sessions for prospective project team members:

  • Option 1: 2021-09-13 from 10 to 11am Register
  • Option 2: 2021-10-04 from 10 to 11am Register


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