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New (e-)takeoff for aviation industry

While the aviation industry is working to reap the benefits of industrial automation, standards, especially those of ISO/TC 184/SC 4, will play a key role in ensuring a smooth flight path – but only if they can keep up.

From high-tech gadgets to the smart enterprise

How can we ensure efficient management of these automated systems so disruption is positive and does not become a bewildering maelstrom beyond our control?

Email still poses a cyber-threat, but there is hope

The total number of emails sent and received daily worldwide exceeds 281 billion and is forecast to grow to over 333 billion by 2022.

Here’s how insurers are preparing for big Halloween risks

As farmers prepare their acres for fall-time tricks and treats, insurers work hard to garner coverage options for growing Halloween risks.

New standard in the cookstoves series just published

Polluting stoves and open fires kill millions every year. A new standard dedicated to clean and safe cookstoves has just been published, providing a valuable platform for the industry to grow.

Greater Manchester’s journey from Emergency Preparedness to Resilience

The efforts to foster resilience in Greater Manchester build on many years of work to address ongoing challenges faced by the area.

Resilient Animals – What Sperm Whales can teach us about humanity

Brian Skerry dives to photograph some of the most elusive animals in the ocean, sometimes on just one breath.

The new frontier for artificial intelligence

As AI becomes more ubiquitous, why is there a need for International Standards? And what are some of the topics surrounding its standardization?

Water farce! FCA abandons new base after building dries up

Hundreds of staff at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) were sent home on Wednesday following reports there was no water in the building’s toilets.

Millions of US voter records for sale

An estimated 35 million voter records from 19 states are up for sale on a dark web forum, in what may be an inside job ahead of the mid-terms.

Can India’s Amaravati become the next sustainable city?

In south-east India, 217 square kilometers of farmland along the Krishna River are being transformed into a city billed as an urban utopia.

‘Supply Chain Issues’ to blame for cannabis shortage in Canada

One of Canada’s largest licensed cannabis producers says it will not be able to meet the full demand requested by the provinces by tomorrow.

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