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ASTM Standard covers camera use in oil spill response.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
July 17, 2009 ASTM International Committee F20 on Hazardous Substances and Oil Spill Response is developing proposed standard WK24607, Specification for the Design and Use of Vessel-Mounted Camera Systems for Oil Spill Response. Primary users will be managers of spill cooperatives who will use it to purchase/optimize recovery vessel camera systems. Such cameras direct crews toward oil and thicker oil on sea surface that cannot be seen from decks near sea level.
ASTM plans creep fatigue test methods/models workshop.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
July 17, 2009 Sponsored by ASTM Committee E08 on Fatigue and Fracture, workshop on Progress in Creep-Fatigue Test Methods and Models will be held November 11, 2009, in Atlanta, GA, in conjunction with November 9-12 standards development meetings. It will address progress in creep-fatigue crack formation and crack growth for high temperature materials and structures. Participants must submit 300-500 word abstract by August 31. Online registration opens 8 weeks before workshop and closes November 4.
NIST releases Vitamin D standard reference material.NIST releases Vitamin D standard reference material.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
July 17, 2009 Responding to concerns about quality and accuracy of methods used by testing laboratories to measure levels of vitamin D in the body, scientists at NIST, in collaboration with NIH's Office of Dietary Supplements, have developed reference sample for vitamin D in blood serum to help laboratories validate accuracy of test methods. NIST Standard Reference Material 972, "Vitamin D in Human Serum," represents first step toward standardization of vitamin D testing.
NCNR Reactor relicensed by U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
July 17, 2009 U.S. NRC completed extensive review of NCNR's research reactor, which has been relicensed to continue operation until July 2029. Relicensing process took better part of 9 years, which required NCNR staff, particularly Reactor Operations and Engineering Group, to run reactor through safety analyses that were then independently verified by technical experts. NRC concluded that reactor can be operated for period of extended operation without undue risk to health and safety of public.
SATE Report relays findings on software optimization tools.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
July 17, 2009 A new report by NIST documents the Static Analysis Tool Exposition (SATE), an exercise by NIST and static analyzer vendors designed to improve the performance of programs that try to find weaknesses in other programs. As the culmination of an effort started in February 2008 to host and digest results of SATE, the report relays results from 8 tool developers as well as a ninth team of professional human reviewers who participated.
2009 Baldrige Improvement Day goes virtual.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
July 17, 2009 Baldrige National Quality Program at NIST collects suggestions throughout year on opportunities for improving Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence, Baldrige National Quality Award processes, and other program activities. Improvement Day enables stakeholders to review, consolidate, filter, prioritize, and recommend which suggestions should be implemented. To broaden access to Improvement Day, Baldrige Program has turned it into virtual event with sessions scheduled for Aug 3, 6, and 11.
Physicists control individual bits in quantum computers.Physicists control individual bits in quantum computers.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
July 17, 2009 Physicists at NIST have overcome hurdle in quantum computer development by devising viable way to manipulate single "bit" in quantum processor without disturbing information stored in its neighbors. The approach, which makes use of polarized light to create "effective" magnetic fields, could bring long-sought computers one step closer to reality.
NYPD Report adopts NIST WTC recommendations.
National Institute of Standards & Technology    Gaithersburg, MD 20899-1070
July 17, 2009 New York City Police Department (NYPD) report, Engineering Security: Protective Design for High Risk Buildings, aids New York City building community by offering information on how to prevent and mitigate effects of terrorist attacks on buildings. Its guidelines incorporate recommendations and best practices developed by NIST, which were the result of a 6-year investigation into the collapse of 3 World Trade Center (WTC) buildings following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
NTSB Recommendations are made to increase safety for FAA.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
July 17, 2009 Recommendations, made by NTSB, addressed several Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issues. Most suggestions centered around electrically conductive, combustible oxygen hoses, including requirements for their replacement with nonconductive hoses, positive separation between electrical wiring, and development of minimum electrical grounding requirements. Other recommendations addressed airworthiness directive process formalization and smoke detector installation.
State DOTs using recovery funds to put thousands to work.
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials    Washington, DC 20001
July 17, 2009 Nationwide, 2,000 construction projects are underway, worth more than $6 billion. A total of 5,600 projects have been identified and approved for bidding, which means that total of $16.7 billion will be flowing into economy over next 2 years. U.S. DOT reports that 51% of funds are being spent in economically disadvantaged areas, which represent almost 40% of nation's population. With bids coming in 5-30% lower than projected, more projects can be launched than initially planned.
Senate Committee Vote charts right course to biosimilars.
Biotechnology Industry Organization    Washington, DC 20024
July 17, 2009 Jim Greenwood, BIO President and CEO, issued a statement regarding the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions vote on legislation establishing regulatory pathway for biosimilars. He called it "a victory for the patients...living with debilitating diseases," and also noted the language "strikes the appropriate balance among ensuring patient safety, expanding competition, reducing costs, and providing necessary and fair incentives...for continued biomedical breakthroughs."
Technology Seminars showcase WirelessHART technology.
Hart Communication Foundation    Austin, TX 78759
July 17, 2009 Due to overwhelming response by industry users, additional dates and locations have been scheduled throughout 2009 for a series of educational seminars on WirelessHART(TM) technology. HARTŪ Communication Foundation seminar series, which will start August 5 in Philadelphia, PA, provides overview of WirelessHART technology, what it can do for you, how it can be used in a plant environment, and how to plan a successful wireless project.
Nuts, Bolts, and Thingamajigs supports future inventors.
Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Intl.    Rockford, IL 61107
July 17, 2009 Nuts, Bolts and Thingamajigs, The Foundation of FMA, encourages youth to enter careers in manufacturing to avert shortage of skilled workers. NBT offers grants to not-for-profit organizations and educational institutions introducing young people to metal forming and fabricating careers in manufacturing, provides funding to organizations starting or expanding manufacturing camps for youth, and issues scholarships to students at colleges and trade schools pursuing careers in manufacturing.
EPRI Study finds efficiency in electric-end use technologies.
EPRI    Palo Alto, CA 94304
July 17, 2009 According to EPRI analysis, replacing some fossil-fuel end-use technologies with efficient electric ones in residential, commercial, and industrial applications has potential energy savings of 71.7 quadrillion BTUs, and could result in cumulative CO2 reductions of 4,400 million tons between 2009 and 2030. Study also found that reduction of CO2 emissions of 320 million metric tons annually in 2030 could result in 4.7% decrease in emissions relative to baseline forecast.
Manufacturing Technology Consumption rose slightly in May.
AMT - The Association For Mfg. Technology    McLean, VA 22102
July 16, 2009 According to the American Machine Tool Distributors Association (AMTDA) and The Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT), May US manufacturing technology consumption totaled $109.90 million. This total, reported by companies participating in the USMTC program, was up 5.8% from April but down 72.3% from the total of $397.16 million reported for May 2008. With a year-to-date total of $618.30 million, 2009 is down 70.5% compared with 2008.
ANSI announces launch of Indian content on StandardsPortal.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
July 16, 2009 Facilitating international trade, StandardsPortal was launched in New Delhi, India in ceremony organized by Confederation of Indian Industry. Online resource was originally developed to support trade and exports between U.S. and Peoples' Republic of China by providing information on standards and conformance requirements and systems in both markets. In December 2007, leaders of ANSI, CII, and BIS signed Memorandum of Understanding to incorporate Indian content into StandardsPortal.
ANSI Report covers Standards for Sustainability workshop.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
July 16, 2009 Organized by ANSI with support of EPA, Toward Product Standards for Sustainability workshop brought together experts and advocates to share insights and develop recommendations on standards and criteria for sustainable products. ANSI's report begins with overview of workshop and offers primer of U.S. standards and conformity assessment system. It then details discussions and findings of workshop, which centered on 3 focused panels, keynote address, and breakout sessions.
ANSI-HSSP Plenary is scheduled for October 21, 2009.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
July 16, 2009 The ANSI Homeland Security Standards Panel (HSSP) has announced its eighth annual plenary, which will focus on homeland security standards and their business application in the private sector. Held in Washington, DC at the Renaissance Washington Hotel, the meeting allows homeland security, emergency preparedness, and business continuity communities to come together to discuss current issues and challenges, strategic approaches, recent successes, and future outlooks.
Regional Profile is available for geographic metadata.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
July 16, 2009 The InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) and the Canadian General Standards Board - Committee on Geomatics (CGSB-COG) have jointly published a regional profile of an International Standard on geographic information metadata. INCITS 453-2009, the North American Profile (NAP) of ISO 19115, Geographic information - Metadata, will facilitate the development, sharing, and use of geographical information and related applications.
U.S. Input sought for energy management draft standard.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)    New York, NY 10036
July 16, 2009 Project Committee 242, established by ISO, has issued draft standard on energy management systems for review and comment. ISO 50001 will provide energy management systems guidelines for industrial plants, commercial facilities, and entire organizations. Document will be based on common elements found in all of ISO's management system standards, assuring compatibility with ISO 9001, Quality management systems, and ISO 14001, Environmental management systems.

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