Open Forum to address future of standardization.
Press Release Summary:
June 13, 2008 - Scheduled for June 24-25, Open Forum for Standards Developers will foster open exchange between standards developing organizations, consortia, stakeholders in standards industry, consumers, and policy makers. Agenda will focus on pros and cons of collaboration with other standard-setting organizations, emerging technologies, and emerging industry sector trends, as well as intersection of standards and public policy, and updates on IP Rights.
Original Press Release
Registration Deadline Nears for 2008 Open Forum for Standards Developers
Press release date: June 4, 2008
The pros and cons of collaboration with other standard-setting organizations Emerging Technologies
How technology is being - and will be - used to support innovation in the standard-setting arena Emerging Industry Sector Trends
An exploration of how to allow for and support innovation in the standard-setting arena as viewed through a series of real-life, real-time case studies A Bottom Line Focus: Faster, Cheaper, Better
Current and upcoming challenges (and opportunities) influencing the business of standard-setting, best practices and techniques for improving standard development processes, keeping the playing field fair and open, minimizing redundancy, reducing time to market, etc. Additional topics for discussion will include the intersection of standards and public policy as well as updates on Intellectual Property Rights and other legal issues impacting standard-setting organizations. Advance registration for the 2008 Open Forum is required. To register online, click here. For more information, please visit ANSI's event page.