25. How can I find a list of standards relevant to my project's area of research?

A list of standards that could be relevant to the work and objectives of your research project can best be assembled by consulting the web sites of the standards organizations covering the technology areas your project plans to address. These organizations generally have the capability of providing lists of standards that may be relevant to these particular areas. In ICT standardization, specific technology areas may however be addressed more that one organization. This means that although your project may be addressing a relatively narrow technology domain, it may still have to interface with multiple standards organizations. On the other hand, projects addressing several adjacent technical areas may sometimes find that all these are sufficiently addressed by a single standards organization.

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See also

  1. How do I determine and find the standards organization my project should interface with?
  2. How can I contact a standards organization?

Created by Bart Brusse & Rigo Wenning
last updated $Date: 2006/12/04 16:33:43 $