Are you interested in standards?  Do you want to learn how they can benefit your business?  
Do you want to find out how you can help develop standards, in Ireland and abroad? 

Then you should download the presentations from the Standards Forum in Belfast's Hilton Hotel held Tuesday May 24th.

The Standards Forum was a 
free conference hosted by NSAI and BSI (British Standards Institution).

Breakout Sessions & Speakers

  • Download Speaker photos & biographical details (pdf)

Presentations 

  • Standards and Innovation
    • Sean McNulty Chairman of Dolmen (Creative, Design, Innovation Consultancy Firm) Presentation
    • Daniel Mansfield, BSI Head of Policy Engagement
  • Industry 4.0 / Digitization of Manufacturing
    • Dr Katerina Busuttil, BSI Standards Publishing Manager Presentation
    • Maurice Buckley, CEO of NSAI Presentation
  • How Standards, Regulation and Policy Fit Together
    • Steve Brunige, BSI Head of Industry and Government Engagement Presentation
    • Adam Matthews, Head of International Affairs for the UK BIM Task Group, Chair of the EU BIM Task Group Presentation
  • Panel Discussion
    • Enda McDonnell, Director of Standards, NSAI Presentation
    • Scott Steedman, CBE, Director, Standards BSI Presentation
    • Peter McMahon, European Technical Sales Manager, Dromone Engineering Ltd
    • Andrew Greer, Engineering Standards Manager at Caterpillar Inc Presentation

Why delegates attended

At the event delegates got the opportunity to hear from both NSAI’s and BSI's Directors of Standards and meet committee members from both national standards bodies.

Whether new to standardisation or had been involved already this is an opportunity for delegates to network with standards committee members from NSAI and BSI.  Committee members are industry experts who drive all aspects of the standard development process, from deciding whether a new standard is needed to defining all the technical content.

Getting involved in this process can bring significant advantages to your business. For example by:

  • Giving early access to information that could shape the market in the future

  • Giving your company a voice in the development of standards

  • Helping to keep market access open

  • Getting involved in standards development brings your concerns and needs to bear on a process that will affect you in the future.
     

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