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Future Standardisation Education - Reflections and Recommendations

Assunção, Eurico G.; Blind, Knut; Boswarthick, David; Broekhuijsen, Jeroen; Delaney, Fiona; Elkotob, Muslim; Ferguson, Nicholas; Gayko, Jens; Giuffrida, Maria; Lukianets, Nikita; McAuliffe, Brian; Mian, Livia; Mijatovic, Ivana; Moràn Abad, Luis; Muscella, Silvana; Nugent, Patricia; Osimanti, Francesco; Perey, Christine; Walshe, Ray; Wetterwald, Michelle; Wood, Suno

Frost, Lindsay; Gonzalez, Jose; Marill, Mona; Savini, Gianluca

This report entitled: “Future Standardisation Education Reflections and Recommendations“ is an outcome of the online event which took place on the 18th January 2023, which organised this intense 3 hour workshop at a crucial time when the European Green Deal & the New Industrial Strategy for Europe as well as the geopolitical environment call for a strong European presence in international standardisation development.

Building up a strong and sustainable pool of European standardisation competent professionals who are ready to engage in European and International Standardisation is crucial.
The report showcases some of the achievements the project has produced thanks to its funded fellows within the various technological domains where standards are critical including: Digital Twins, Blockchain & DLT, 5G, Digital Product Passport, Artificial Intelligence, Fintech and RegTech, Spatial Computing and Geospatial Standards, eHealth. The results from these domain
areas are being picked up in the efforts in defining multiple landscape and gap analysis reports, delivers, through the work within the Technical Working Groups (TWGs) targeted around specific, important technologies supporting the EU Green Deal and the Industrial Strategy for Europe.

The report outlines some of the key opportunities and activities organisations are working on to acknowledge what is happening in Europe, appreciate the benefits of standardisation and to make Europe’s voice heard in international standardisation efforts.

The report considers this approach, discusses what is happening already in Europe and provides some recommendations for future priorities within the Standardisation and education space.


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