Russian delegation visited German Commission for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies (DKE) on August 16, 2018.
Sharing of experience in the field of digital standardization and development of standards in machine-readable formats were main aims of the meeting.
Relevance of this meeting was subject to the fact that Program «Digital economy in the Russian Federation» was approved according to the Decree 16342-p by the Government of the Russian Federation from July 28, 2017. This Program also includes series of measures on improving mechanisms of standardization for regulation of digital economy.
Deputy Director General of STANDARTINFORM Aleksandr Barkov highlighted that aims concerning transition to digitalization in the sphere of provision of documents on standardization of the Russian Federation and Germany were very similar. He also told about main areas of work of STANDARTINFORM in the field of digitalization.
Head of the Industrial and Engineering Sector of DKE Johannes Stein headed German delegation. Representatives of this Sector told about participation of their organization in the implementation of the Program Industry 4.0. They also elaborated on functioning of the platform meine.dke.de for German experts on standardization and highlighted that it was new way of creation of standards in digital formats.
Administrator of the project Andrea Titt demonstrated Content Management System. This System enables to work with XML format, publish standards quicker, reduce price for making translations and shorten time frames, create new products.
This meeting was regarded positively by both Parties and they expressed interest in further cooperation.
Reference: DКЕ (German Commission for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies) is an independent platform on electrotechnical standardization in Germany at the international level.
DKE represents Germany in the International Organization on Standardization- IEC and regional European bodies on standardization – CENELEC and ETSI.
More than 9.000 experts from industry, science, governmental bodies and other stakeholders find consensus in hundreds of technical committees. International standards IEC are published in 70 % of cases, in 15 % - CENELEC documents and in 15%- national German VDE standards as a result of their consensus.
15.000 pages of standards have been developed nowadays in different spheres such as energy, health, mobility, industry, information security, components and technologies. Standards which were developed for Industry 4.0 and Smart Energy, Smart Technologies held a special place in this list.