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Presentation: Overview of the IEC

This presentation provides a general overview of the IEC and the scope and impact of IEC work on global trade, energy access and development objectives.


MSB conference on artificial intelligence

The IEC Market Strategy Board (MSB) conference in Busan, South Korea, on artificial intelligence. The conference took place during the 2018 IEC General Meeting and coincided with the publication of the MSB white paper Artificial intelligence across industries.


Presentation: IEC organization and structure

This presentation explains why the IEC was founded, how it works, it’s membership organization, standardization and conformity assessment work and the four Conformity Assessment Systems.


Presentation: The case for active participation in standardization – EN

This presentation, which is intended for non-technical business audiences at the higher management and CXO level explains why participation in standardization is highly strategic and belongs at board room level. It provides examples that outline the type of advantages that can be achieved through this approach.

 


Presentation: Development of an IEC International Standard and relevance to conformity assessment

This presentation provides a detailed overview of the development process of an IEC International Standard and how it facilitates testing and certification (conformity assessment).


Presentation: How IEC Standards are developed (animation)

This presentation provides an animated overview of the development process of an IEC International Standard and indicates the different stages at which regulators and other stakeholders can contribute.


Presentation: Microgrids for disaster preparedness & recovery

A short presentation on the IEC White Paper about Microgrids and disaster preparedness


Presentation: ABC of cyber security

The ABC of cyber security:

  • A = assessment of the risk
  • B = best practices to address the risk
  • C = conformity assessment for monitoring and maintenance.

Presentation: IEC and cyber security

Among the most critical challenges is the security of connected cyber physical systems. Very often little or no attention is paid at the design stage to ensure that connected objects are secure against malicious attacks.

The exploitation of cyber vulnerabilities of infrastructure systems is becoming an increasing threat to business and society’s overall security. Let me explain the unique way in which the IEC helps improve cyber security with the example of energy.

 


Presentation: IEC work for energy efficiency

According to the International Energy Agency, energy efficiency is the biggest and often largely untapped energy resource in the world.

In the face of rising energy demand and a need to limit greenhouse gas emissions,

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