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Workshop
2022-10-24
Draft CWA on Extraction, production and purification of added value products from urban wastes — Part 1: Production and purification of ectoine obtained from biogas

This CEN Workshop Agreement specifies an operational process for biogas bioconversion into ectoine, the extraction of the ectoine from the resulting solution and its purification.

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Workshop
2022-10-21
Draft CEN CWA on Guidelines for design of advanced Human–Robot Collaborative cells in personalized Human–Robot Collaborations systems

The Workshop will produce a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) which will define a technical/methodological framework for human-robot collaboration (HRC) systems that integrates planning, perception, and communication. 

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EN in the spotlight
2022-10-21
A new CEN Technical Specification provides guidelines for the safe operation of fitness centres during an infectious outbreak

In the past two years, Europe, like other parts of the world, has been hit hard by Covid-19. In this situation, standards have proven effective in developing solutions that minimise the impact of the pandemic on the European economy and society.

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Newsletter
2022-10-20
UNI’s new guide on how standards help the implementation of the EU Recovery Plan

UNI, the Italian National Standardization Body, just published a guide on project management and risk minimisation in the implementation of the EU Recovery Plan and the related Italian Plan for Recovery and Resilience, the so-called PNRR. The document was realised in collaboration with the Confederation of the Italian Industry, the Lombardy Council of the Orders of Engineers, the Graduate School of Business of the Milan Politecnico University and Federmanager.

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News
2022-10-19
New CWA 17935 ‘Sustainable Nanomanufacturing Framework’

This document describes and specifies the requirements of a simplified Sustainability Nanomanufacturing Framework (SNF) for sustainability management in Nanomanufacturing Pilot Lines (NPLs), appropriate to their size, management capabilities and sustainability priorities.

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News
2022-10-11
Meet young professionals in European Standardization - Episode 8: Lilian Fehlmann

2022 is the European Year of Youth. To celebrate this occasion, CEN and CENELEC are conducting a campaign, presenting a regular series of interviews with young professionals active in European standardization. In the eighth episode of the series, we get to know Lilian Fehlmann, from Switzerland.

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ENinTheSpotlight
2022-10-10
Discover CEN/TS 17834, establishing a European Professional Ethics Framework for the ICT Profession

ICT and digital technologies are everywhere. They could even be considered as the infrastructure of today’s world. Together with the many benefits they bring, though, their importance also raises ethical questions on their impact on society and businesses.

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Workshop
2022-09-29
CEN Workshop on Good practice for implementation of a career-tracking survey for post-graduates

'Career tracking' has become increasingly recognized as a necessary monitoring tool to map PhD graduate career paths and evaluate the PhD skills training. It is useful and efficient tool for producing high-quality data concerning PhD employability and it also fosters increasing interaction with and exposure to the non-academic sector.

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EN in the spotlight
2022-09-16
A new CEN Technical Specification allows to achieve a more efficient management of public transport networks

Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are a vital tool to increase safety and tackle Europe's emission and congestion problems. By applying information and communication technologies to passenger and freight transport modes alike, they can help make the way we move safer, more efficient and more sustainable.

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2022-09-08
CEN Workshop on CBRNe SENSOR API Network Protocols, Data Formats and Interfaces

While time is an important factor for successful outcome of the crime investigation, the traditional forensic examinations are usually time consuming. It can be very problematic when investigations are underway and quick results are needed. Traces must be detected on-site as soon as possible before they degrade and loose forensic information important for criminal investigation.

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