With features on connected vehicle infrastructure and interoperability, the Spring 2020 edition of the quarterly USNC Current provides industry insights on how standards support future mobility and innovation. Access the current issue, published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the U.S. National Committee (USNC) of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
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The issue also highlights how to apply to theUSNC 2020 IEC Young Professionals Competition. USNC-selected young professionals will take part in a Young Professionals Workshop focused on information about the IEC and relevant strategies for international standardization and/or conformity assessment work. The workshop will be held on November 9-11, 2020, in conjunction with the 84th IEC General Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. The deadline to apply is Friday, July 31. See more in the official event flyer.
Also, find out more about Opportunities for Young and Emerging Professionals in Standards: An Introduction to the USNC and IEC webinar on May 20, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern.
Access the USNC Current - Spring 2020 Edition.
If you are interested in contributing to the next publication of the USNC Current, please submit proposed news items to Scott Fogel, email@example.com.
About the USNC
A committee of ANSI, the USNC serves as the focal point for U.S. parties who are interested in the development, promulgation, and use of globally relevant standards for the electrotechnical industry. The Committee is also engaged in the assessment of conformance to standards, undertaking work in areas such as testing, certification, and accreditation.
As the U.S. representative to the IEC and many related regional standardization bodies, the USNC is a conduit to the global standards-setting community for technical and policy positions arising in the U.S. and brings issues from the global arena to the U.S. for review, consideration, and response. Strong U.S. participation in the IEC is critical to national competitiveness and the continued growth and innovation in U.S. electrotechnical industries.