From submarines to spacecraft, ISO standards cover all aspects of transport, including road vehicles, ships, aircraft and aerospace systems.

Transporting goods and people safely and efficiently is essential to a sound economy and personal mobility. And as the number of journeys undertaken grows each year, so does the role of ISO standards.

From design, construction and use, to the way in which autonomous vehicles are directed, ISO standards set a common basis to improve safety and reduce impact.

Below you can find out more about the most commonly-used transport standards, who develops them, and new projects in the pipeline.

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Nearly 900 ISO standards have been developed for road vehicles and related technologies.

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ISO/TC 20 has developed more than 600 standards in the aircraft and spacecraft industries.

Source: iso.org

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