In a world of increasingly accessible digital communication, standards are essential to the interconnection of both people and machines. ITS (Svenska informations- och telekommunikationsstandardiseringen) is the Swedish national standardisation organisation responsible for voicing the Swedish views and interests in the European and international development of ICT standards. To be able to do this, we need you!
ITS’ aim is to represent Sweden in all its facets, so that small organisations, consumers, regulators and other interested groups shape the future alongside industry players together. Typically Swedish, wouldn’t you agree?
Join the Swedish network on ICT standardisation now and let your voice be heard!
If you want to know more about what the ITS organization looks like, you can find information under the following link.
Standards are voluntary documents that set out specifications, procedures and guidelines that aim to ensure products, services and systems are safe, consistent, reliable, interoperable and can coexist with other products, services and systems in their environment.
ETSI Standards cover a variety of subjects, including radio technologies, cyber security, consumer products and services, energy efficiency and more.
There are three categories of standards: International standards, regional standards and national standards.
The technical work within ITS is done in working groups. Here experts meet to discuss inputs for the standard development, proposals by other members and other aspects that should be covered by a standard. The national voting of European and harmonised European standards is also done in a dedicated working group.