IEEE Standards Soon to be Available from Austrian Standards

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IEEE and Austrian Standards sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Vienna.

Austrian Standards, the Austrian competence centre for standards and rules, will soon offer its customers direct access to the standards of the globally active IEEE, as a result of negotiations and the subject of an agreement signed by top representatives of the two organizations in Vienna on 10 April 2013.

Wilhelm Takats, Director Publishing of Austrian Standards, commented, “Soon we are going to offer our customers direct access to around 900 IEEE documents from key areas such as information and communication technology, biomedical technology, consumer electronics and aerospace as well as on future-oriented topics such as smart grids and energy efficiency.”

With more than 400,000 members in 160 countries and regional offices in Europe, India, Singapore, China and Japan, IEEE is one of the world’s largest professional organizations. IEEE co-operates with many international organizations, including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), on intelligent transport systems, health informatics and information technology.

For more information, visit the Austrian Standards Web site.

Moira S. Patterson, Program Manager, International Programs at the IEEE Standards Association, and Austrian Standards’ Managing Director DDr. Elisabeth Stampfl-Blaha sign the memorandum of understanding between IEEE and Austrian Standards in Vienna on 10 April 2013.

Moira S. Patterson, Program Manager, International Programs at the IEEE Standards Association, and Austrian Standards’ Managing Director DDr. Elisabeth Stampfl-Blaha sign the memorandum of understanding between IEEE and Austrian Standards in Vienna on 10 April 2013.

 

Taking part in the meeting in Vienna (left to right): Moira S. Patterson, Karine Iffour and John D. Kulick for IEEE and Wilhelm Takats and DDr. Elisabeth Stampfl-Blaha for Austrian Standards

Taking part in the meeting in Vienna (left to right):
Moira S. Patterson, Karine Iffour and John D. Kulick for IEEE
and Wilhelm Takats and DDr. Elisabeth Stampfl-Blaha for
Austrian Standards

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