ISO and IEC have developed a series of Knowledge Panels that are used to develop standards that have been published by ISO and IEC. These knowledge panels are currently being used to develop standards on:
Tape for the Audio-Visual Industry
Properties of Information Technology: IP Technologies
Properties of Information Technology: Multimedia Technologies
The ISO Technical Committees are where ISO members from different areas of the Organization contribute to the development of ISO standards. Technical Committees are subdivisions of the organization, and serve a specific purpose. ISO Committee on Data Management (CDM) is currently accepting applications for membership. The deadline for applications is October 30, 2014.
ISO has more than 1,400 active and inactive members. ISO members are located in over 100 countries. They include individuals, companies, universities, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and professional groups that promote the benefit of good management in the fields of information technology, communications, and consumer products. They are, in the main, owners of intellectual property, and are engaged in a wide range of activities relating to the production, marketing, and use of products, processes and services. ISO members represent a cross-section of the information technology industry and are not specific to any one area. For more information, please visit 827ec27edc