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Overview of standardisation processes and standardisation organisations. MARINTEK By Arild Sæle. To be presented. Overview of INTRA and Themis What is a standard Steps in a standardisation proposal Overview standardisation organisations Challenges. INTRA. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Overview of standardisation process and standardisation organisationsMARINTEK
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What is a standard
Overview standardisation organisations
Challenges
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INTRA
INTRA – Intermodal Transport, is a project with objective to improve the information flows in intermodal freight transport.
The project focuses on standardisation of data messages, which are exchanged between systems in a transport chain.
Improvements of current standards will result in more integrated systems that can exchange data without the needs for manual conversions.
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An demonstrator showing information exchange between different IP-nodes has been developed. Will be presented later today
A report showing the process of transforming EDIFACT messages to XML, with help of UML, has been developed
A report containing 6 XML messages used in IP
A report showing XML message envelopes
A report that illustrates and gives an overview of existing standards of relevance for information exchange
Intra: http://prosjekt.marintek.sintef.no/intra/
Will be demonstrated later
Has been developed together with the Swedish project Pharos. Dessiminated at BizTalk (microsoft hosted http page for transport doc.)
VESDEP, APERAK, IFTDGN, CUSCAR, CUSREP, VOYPLAN
Describing XML structure
Explained by AS
Thematic Network on Intelligent freight Transport Systems
THEMIS -Thematic Network is part of the 5th Framework Program of the European Commission, DG Energy and Transport.
The prime objective of THEMIS is to co-ordinate on-going activities for research and development in the field of information systems in multimodal transport in Europe, while providing at the same time a forum for dissemination and concertation among all parties involved. THEMIS will thus layout the basis for the integration of enabling IT technologies that will contribute to a sustainable European freight transport system. 
Themis
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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How does a standard come to life, the phases in a standardization project
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NAS covers these sectors: consumer, environmental, health, medical equipment, agriculture, fisheries, biotechnology and trade and office documentation.
Norwegian Council for Building Standardization (Norges Byggstandardiseringsråd)
NBR covers building and construction industry. This also includes “faste” off shore installations. Areas of spesial interest are: construction products, projecting and implementation, fire safety, energy, public health and environment and contract standards.
Norwegian Electrotechnical Commission (Norsk Elektroteknisk Komite)
NEK is the Norwegian Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization. It’s a member of CENELEC and IEC.
Norsk Teknologisenter
NTS covers machine and engineering industry, including the off shore industry.
The Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority (Post- og teletilsynet)
PT is an autonomous administrative agency under the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications, with monitoring and regulatory responsibilities for the postal and telecommunications markets in Norway. The PT is self-financed, primarily through fees and charges. It’s a member of ETSI and ITU.
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ISO (International Organisation for Standardization)
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies from some 140 countries, one from each country. NSF is a member.
CEN (European Comitee for Standardization)
NSF is a member. CEN standards are established as Norsk Standard.
IEC (International Electrotechnical Comiteé)
CENELEC (Comite Europeen de Normalisation Electrotechnique)
The European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization. NEK is the Norwegian member.
ITU (International Telecommunication Union)
ITU is the global telecommunication organization. Post og teletilsynet (PT) is the Norwegian member.
ETSI (The European Telecommunication Standards Institiute)
ETSI is a not for profit organization whose mission is to produce the telecommunications standards that will be used for decades to come throughout Europe and beyond. PT is the Norwegian member.
WSSN (World Standards Service Network)
World Standards Services Network (WSSN), is a network of publicly accessible World Wide Web servers of standards organizations around the world.
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Statements
In principal the area of standardisation is well attended in Europe
There are few missing standards and most of the gaps are being attended to already
Unfortunately the work Europeans do in standardisation is not getting a good measure of support from the Commission or other bodies. There is a lack of co-ordination and orchestration
Standardisation is too slow.
Development
To harmonise the modes
Use common registers
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Intra: http://prosjekt.marintek.sintef.no/intra/
Themis: http://hermes.civil.auth.gr/themis/