The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has released an updated agenda for its Company Member Forum on May 22-23 and encourages relevant stakeholders to register. The meeting will provide opportunities for ANSI members to engage and share perspectives on significant, cross-cutting issues affecting the standardization community.
ANSI’s Company Member Forum will include two days of sessions: May 22 from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET, and May 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET.
Register for the CMF and access the agenda.
Sessions on the agenda:
- “Case Studies Showcase: Strategic Standardization Removing Trade Barriers and Supporting Innovation” will highlight case studies from two different sectors (airlines and utilities and smart cities) focusing on strategic standardization.
- A panel session on “Emerging Technologies and Standardization” will cover different approaches to identify and work on emerging themes in standardization and the role of different stakeholders in implementation.
- “Circularity Approach for Sustainable Design and Management” will bring in perspectives from government, industry, and SDOs to highlight the ongoing work towards the transition to a circular economy.
- “Fireside Chat on Product-based Standards versus Digital Services Standards” will explore the dynamics of writing standards for products as opposed to standards for digital services such as AI, security, blockchain, etc.
- “Value of Internal versus External Standards” will provide an overview of how to institute a robust system for creating internal standards, and the value these standards provide over some industry standards.
Sessions will take place at Carrier Center for Intelligent Buildings in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, and include a tour of the facility.
About the CMF
The Company Member Forum (CMF) serves as a venue for ANSI members representing the full spectrum of U.S. industry to examine issues related to national and global standards, as well as conformity assessment developments. The forum allows industry members an opportunity to collectively shape and influence U.S. policy in the domestic and international arena, while also bolstering cross-industry networking and alliances.