This document will provide a generic underpinning body of knowledge shared by all ICT professionals regardless of speciality. It will establish a cornerstone of professionalism, changing the nature of ICT occupations from isolated areas of specialised knowledge to sharing of connected common knowledge leading to enhanced provision of products and services.
This document will exclude the IT user community but will cover ICT professionals defined by EN 16234-1.
It will support Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders, in particular:
— ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
— ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
— vocational education institutions and training bodies including higher education;
— social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
— professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
— market analysts and policy makers; and
— other organisations and stakeholders in public and private sectors
by applying the document as a reference standard.

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The aim of this document is to enable unbiased and consistent use of indicators and measurements to enable verification of an individual’s competence to the EN 16234-1 (e-CF) to facilitate its consistent application.
The document addresses the assessment of competence as articulated within the EN 16234-1 (e-CF), regardless of where, when and how the competence was attained or developed.
The aim is to provide guidance on the use of indicators and measurements to support the assessment and/or verification of an IT professional’s competence.
Guidance is confined to possible indicators and how they may be applied to achieve consistency and transparency for the verification of an e-CF competence at a specific level (1-5).
This document guides readers through objective assessment of e-CF competence to avoid possible influence from personal feelings, interpretations or prejudice.
Finally, this document aims to offer, at least, examples of indicators and metrics for each of the e-competences listed in EN 16234-1 (e-CF).

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This document provides the practical guidance on how to develop curricula in support of ICT Professionals as scoped and defined by the EN 16234-1 (e-CF). It will support all cornerstones of ICT professionalism, leading to enhanced provision of products and services.
This document excludes the IT user community (which is covered by DigComp the Digital competence Framework for Citizens, see EN 16234-1 Annex B.4).
It covers ICT professionals defined by EN 16234-1 and supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders, in particular:
- learning program providers, including higher education, vocational education institutions and training bodies
- ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
- ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
- social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
- professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
- market analysts and policy makers and
- other organisations and stakeholders in public and private sectors.
It provides guidance and support on how to apply and benefit from the European ICT Professionalism reference standards in learning context.

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This International Standard defines common charging interoperability guidelines for power sources (external power supplies (EPS) and other Sources) used with computing and consumer electronics devices that implement the IEC 62680-1-3: USB Type-C®1 Cable and Connector Specification.
This document defines normative requirements for an EPS to ensure interoperability, in particular it specifies the data communicated from a power source to a device (Figure 1) and certain safety elements of the EPS, cable, and device. While the requirements focus of this document is on the EPS (External Power Supply) and the behavior at its USB Type-C connector interface, it is also important to comprehend cable assembly and device capabilities and behaviors in order to assure end-to-end charging interoperability. The scope does not apply to all design aspects of an EPS. An EPS compliant with this standard is also expected to follow other applicable global standards and regulatory compliance requirements for aspects such as product safety, EMC and energy efficiency.
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This International Standard provides recommendations for the behavior of a device when used with a power source compliant with this document. This International Standard specifies the minimum hardware specification for an EPS implementing IEC 62680-1-3: USB Type-C. This document also specifies the data objects used by a charging system utilizing IEC 62680-1-2: USB Power Delivery Specification to understand the identity, design and performance characteristics, and operating status of an external power supply. IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3 focus on power delivery applications ranging to 100W for a variety of computing and consumer electronic devices including notebook computers, tablets, smartphones, small form-factor desktops, monitor displays and other related multimedia devices.
Future updates to IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3 specifications will extend to enable power delivery applications that require more than 100W while remaining within the technical limitations of the USB Type-C cable and connector solution.
This document relies on established mechanical and electrical specifications, and communication protocols specified by IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3. These specifications support methods for establishing the best performing interoperability between untested combinations of EPS and devices with the aim of improving consumer satisfaction.
Information describing the USB charging interoperability model, overview of USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery specifications, and factors for charging performance are also provided to support implementation of this standard.

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This document supports understanding, adoption and use of prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK) that provides a reference of 42 knowledge units as required and applied in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional work environment that can be understood across Europe.
This document supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders dealing with ICT Professional knowledge, skills and competences from multiple perspectives, in particular:
-   educational institutions, learning programmes and certification providers of all types including:
-   Vocational and Educational Training (VET);
   Higher education (HE);
-   Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
-   ICT service, user and supply organizations;
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
-   social partners (trade unions and employer associations), professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
-   market analysts and policy makers;
-   and other organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors across Europe
to adopt, apply and use the Foundational Body of Knowledge in their environment as one fundamental building block of ICT Professionalism for Europe.
See Figure 1 for illustration of document scope and target groups.
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A close connection with EN 16234-1 (e-CF) and CWA 16458 (ICT Profiles) are a design element of prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK). This application support document details how to approach the complementary application of each structure by varied stakeholders of the European ICT Professionalism eco-system. It supports the use of a shared neutral reference for ICT professional development. This interconnected application is illustrated in Figure 2. Nevertheless, the ICT BoK can also be used as a stand-alone tool.
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This document provides
-   An ICT BoK EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW of the scope, target groups, underlying principles and main characteristics is provided in Clause 4.
-   The ICT BoK USER GUIDE in Clause 5: guidance on how to apply the Foundational Body of Knowledge for the ICT Profession from multiple ICT stakeholder perspectives. It addresses the need to further enhance the flexibility and applicability of the competences described within the e-CF as it offers further delineation and articulation of the knowledge components of competences. prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK) is intended for guidance and is designed to provide a common shared reference tool which can be implemented, adapted and used in accordance with ICT stakeholder requirements. The following implementation guidance is structured by target groups and complemented by two ICT BoK application cases. During the course of the prEN 17748-1 (ICT BoK) development, real world experience was a necessary contribution to ensuring future application of the structure. Dissemination of the ICT BoK development progress enabled testing of the structure as it developed. One outcome of this open approach was that some examples of practical application, despite that at the time, not published, could be tested and made available as two application cases.
-   The ICT BoK METHODOLOGY DOCUMENTATION in Clause 6: here the ICT BoK creation process is explained as well as important aspects of its development. This section supports the methodology grounding for the development, implementation and future maintenance of the ICT BoK.
-   A series of ANNEXES, allowing user-targeted ICT BoK navigation according to particular viewpoints.

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IEC 62872-2:2022 presents an IoT application framework for industrial facility demand response energy management (FDREM) for the smart grid, enabling efficient information exchange between industrial facilities using IoT related communication technologies. This document specifies:
- an overview of the price-based demand response program that serves as basic knowledge backbone of the IoT application framework;
- a IoT-based energy management framework which describes involved functional components, as well as their relationships;
- detailed information exchange flows that are indispensable between functional components;
- existing IoT protocols that need to be identified for each protocol layer to support this kind of information exchange;
- communication requirements that guarantee reliable data exchange services for the application framework.

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ISO/IEC 30162:2022 specifies network models for IIoT connectivity and general compatibility requirements for devices and networks within IIoT systems in terms of:
a) data transmission protocols interaction;
b) distributed data interoperability & management;
c) connectivity framework;
d) connectivity transport;
e) connectivity network;
f) best practices and guidance to use in IIoT area.

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This Technical Report provides recommended practices to implement and assess environmental sustainability in data
centres, e.g. by means of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).

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This document provides essential guidance for members of governing bodies of organizations and management on the use of data classification as a means to support the organization’s overall data governance policy and associated systems. It sets out important factors to be considered in developing and deploying a data classification system.

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This document provides an overview of the state of the art of computational approaches for AI systems, by describing: a) main computational characteristics of AI systems; b) main algorithms and approaches used in AI systems, referencing use cases contained in ISO/IECÂ TRÂ 24030.

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This document gives guidance on the integrated implementation of ISO/IECÂ 27001 and ISO/IECÂ 20000-1 for organizations intending to: a) implement ISO/IEC27001 when ISO/IECÂ 20000-1 is already implemented, or vice versa; b) implement both ISO/IEC27001 and ISO/IECÂ 20000-1 together; or c) integrate existing management systems based on ISO/IEC27001 and ISO/IECÂ 20000-1. This document focuses exclusively on the integrated implementation of an information security management system (ISMS) as specified in ISO/IECÂ 27001 and a service management system (SMS) as specified in ISO/IECÂ 20000-1.

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This document describes: • key features of the socialized IoT systems, e.g. sensing the external physical world, resolving the uncertainties of targets, satisfying users' demand and providing quality service, etc.; • socialized attributes, i.e. socialized network, socialized collaboration, and socialized services, which are derived from the key features; and • guidelines on how to use or apply the socialized attributes in the design and development of IoT systems.

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This document identifies and collects use cases for the integration of the DLT/blockchain within IoT systems, applications, and/or services. The use cases presented in this document use the IoT use case template

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This document addresses bias in relation to AI systems, especially with regards to AI-aided decision-making. Measurement techniques and methods for assessing bias are described, with the aim to address and treat bias-related vulnerabilities. All AI system lifecycle phases are in scope, including but not limited to data collection, training, continual learning, design, testing, evaluation and use.

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This document addresses environmental control within data centres based upon the criteria and classifications for “availability”, “security” and “energy efficiency enablement” within ISO/IEC 22237‑1. This document specifies requirements and recommendations for the following: a) temperature control; b) fluid movement control; c) relative humidity control; d) particulate control; e) vibration; f) physical security of environmental control systems.

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This document provides guidance on risk management practices for the IT enabled services-business process outsourcing (ITES-BPO) service provider for the outsourced business processes. It provides guidance for planning, establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving the risk management framework for the ITES-BPO services. This document: —   covers IT enabled business processes that are outsourced; —   is applicable to the service provider; —   is applicable to all lifecycle processes of ITES-BPO; —   is not intended to cover IT services. The guidelines in this document align to ISO 31000, elaborating the risk principles, risk management framework and risk management process from an ITES-BPO perspective.

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This Technical Report contains a set of recommended practices for improving the energy management (i.e. reduction of energy consumption and/or increases in energy efficiency) of data centres. It supports participants of the EU Code of Conduct for data centres to fulfil the scheme’s requirements

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This document specifies the framework for an Additive Manufacturing Service Platform (AMSP). The following elements are within the scope of this document: —   Overview introducing the stakeholders and workflow of an AMSP. —   Requirements specifying various prerequisite conditions from different aspects. —   Framework defining a general functional architecture based on the identified requirements. —   Use cases showing typical work modes of an AMSP. This document is applicable when individuals or organizations (e.g. commercial enterprises, government agencies and non-profit organizations) build an AMSP or improve existing ones to provide 3D printing and other services specific to the submission, design and creation of AM parts.

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This document addresses power supplies to, and power distribution within, data centres based upon the criteria and classifications for “availability”, “physical security” and “energy efficiency enablement” within ISO/IEC 22237‑1. This document specifies requirements and recommendations for the following: a) power supplies to data centres; b) power distribution systems to all equipment within data centres; c) telecommunications infrastructure bonding; d) lightning protection; e) devices for the measurement of the power consumption and power quality characteristics at points along the power distribution system and their integration within management tools. Safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements are outside the scope of this document and are covered by other standards and regulations. However, information given in this document can be of assistance in meeting these standards and regulations. Conformance of data centres to the present document is covered in Clause 4. The use of the data centre stored energy or alternate sources to be used by the grid is not in the scope of this document and is for consideration in future specifications.

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This document: a) describes the general principles for data centres upon which the requirements of the ISO/IEC22237 series are based; b) defines the common aspects of data centres including terminology, parameters and reference models (functional elements and their accommodation) addressing both the size and complexity of their intended purpose; c) describes general aspects of the facilities and infrastructures required to support data centres; d) specifies a classification system, based upon the key criteria of “availability”, “security” and “energy-efficiency” over the planned lifetime of the data centre, for the provision of effective facilities and infrastructure; e) details the issues to be addressed in a business risk and operating cost analysis enabling application of the classification of the data centre; f) provides a reference to the operation and management of data centres. The following topics are outside of the scope of the ISO/IEC 22237 series: 1)   the selection of information technology and network telecommunications equipment, software and associated configuration issues are outside the scope of this International Standard; 2)   quantitative analysis of overall service availability resulting from multi-site data centres; 3)   safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements (covered by other standards and regulations. However, information given in this document can be of assistance in meeting these standards and regulations).

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This document provides the basic concepts for IoT systems semantic interoperability, as described in the facet model of ISO/IEC 21823-1, including: – requirements of the core ontologies for semantic interoperability; – best practices and guidance on how to use ontologies and to develop domain-specific applications, including the need to allow for extensibility and connection to external ontologies; – cross-domain specification and formalization of ontologies to provide harmonized utilization of existing ontologies; – relevant IoT ontologies along with comparative study of the characteristics and approaches in terms of modularity, extensibility, reusability, scalability, interoperability with upper ontologies, and so on, and; – use cases and service scenarios that exhibit necessities and requirements of semantic interoperability.

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ISO/IEC 21823-3:2021 provides the basic concepts for IoT systems semantic interoperability, as described in the facet model of ISO/IEC 21823-1, including:
– requirements of the core ontologies for semantic interoperability;
– best practices and guidance on how to use ontologies and to develop domain-specific applications, including the need to allow for extensibility and connection to external ontologies;
– cross-domain specification and formalization of ontologies to provide harmonized utilization of existing ontologies;
– relevant IoT ontologies along with comparative study of the characteristics and approaches in terms of modularity, extensibility, reusability, scalability, interoperability with upper ontologies, and so on, and;
– use cases and service scenarios that exhibit necessities and requirements of semantic interoperability.

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This document provides guidance on the relationship between ISO/IEC 20000–1 and a commonly used service management framework, ITIL 4. It can be used by any organization or person wishing to understand how ITIL can be used with ISO/IEC 20000–1, including: a) an organization that has claimed or demonstrated or intends to claim or demonstrate conformity to the requirements specified in ISO/IEC 20000–1 and is seeking guidance on the use of ITIL to establish and improve an SMS and the services; b) an organization that already uses ITIL and is seeking guidance on how ITIL can be used to support efforts to demonstrate conformity to the requirements specified in ISO/IEC 20000–1; c) an assessor or auditor who wishes to understand the use of ITIL as a support in achieving the requirements specified in ISO/IEC 20000–1. Clause 4 describes how ITIL can support the demonstration of conformity to ISO/IEC 20000–1. Clause 5 correlates the ITIL documents to requirements in ISO/IEC 20000–1. The tables in Annex A correlate terms and clauses in ISO/IEC 20000–1 to ITIL and vice versa; the tables in Annex B correlate clauses in ISO/IEC 20000-1 to the ITIL 4 publications and vice versa.

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This document defines the Swordfish Scalable Storage Management API. Swordfish extends the Redfish Scalable Platforms Management API Specification, as defined by ISO 30115. It defines a comprehensive, RESTful API for storage management that addresses block storage, file systems, object storage, and storage network infrastructure. It is centered around common operational and business concerns of storage management, including: Configuration and provisioning Monitoring Event and log management Performance assessment Diagnostics Fault detection and remediation Security Accounting and resource consumption Swordfish’s storage model is built around well-defined classes of service, which provide a means to map high-level business goals and objectives to specific, storage-based actions and requirements, in a clear and consistent way that can be applied uniformly across a broad spectrum of storage configurations and storage types (e.g., block storage, file systems, object stores). Common storage management functionality covered by class of service includes snapshots, replication, mapping and masking, and provisioning. The Redfish specification provides the protocols and a core set of data models and behaviors for the management of systems. It defines the elements and behaviors that are mandatory for all Redfish implementations. Additionally it defines additional elements and behaviors that can be chosen by system vendors or manufacturers. The specifications also defines points at which OEM (system vendor) extensions can be provided by a given implementation. The specifications specifies normative requirements for Redfish Services and associated materials, such as Redfish Schema files. The Redfish specifications does not set requirements for Redfish clients, but willindicate what a Redfish client should do in order to access and utilize a Redfish Service successfully and effectively. The Swordfish specification defines additional data models and behaviors for the management of storage systems and storage infrastructure. A Swordfish implementation shall conform to all requirements specified in the Redfish specifications. Swordfish is suitable for a wide range of storage, from small-scale object drives, integrated RAID cards or RBODs providing storage services, to external disk arrays or file servers, to infrastructure providing storage services for converged, hyperscale and large scale cloud environments. Â

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ISO/IEC 30147:2021(E) provides system life cycle processes to implement and maintain trustworthiness in an IoT system or service by applying and supplementing ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015. The system life cycle processes are applicable to IoT systems and services common to a wide range of application areas.

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This document specifies the energy reuse factor (ERF) as a KPI to quantify the reuse of the energy consumed in a data centre. ERF is defined as the ratio of energy being reused divided by the sum of all energy consumed in a data centre. The ERF does reflect the efficiency of the reuse process; the reuse process is not part of a data centre.

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This document specifies the framework of a real-time IoT (RT-IoT) system, including: RT-IoT system conceptual model based on domain-based IoT reference model defined in ISO/IECÂ 30141; impacts of real-time parameters in terms of four viewpoints (time, communication, control and computation).

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This document specifies application platform energy effectiveness (APEE) as a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) which quantifies the energy effectiveness of an application platform for an IT service in data centres. This KPI evaluates the energy consumption of an application platform prior to deployment. The purpose of this KPI is to measure the energy effectiveness of a set of target IT equipment, operating systems and middleware, to enable the selection of an energy effective IT stack. This document specifies a formula for calculating APEE and definitions of components of the formula. This document specifies a measurement method for assessing and reporting the energy effectiveness of an application platform. This document also specifies requirements for benchmarks to be used for APEE and requirements for reporting. The following topics are outside of the scope of this document: 1)Â Â Â KPIs intended to solely evaluate the energy effectiveness of target IT equipment hardware, 2)Â Â Â energy effectiveness of data centre facilities.

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ISO/IEC 30147:2021(E) provides system life cycle processes to implement and maintain trustworthiness in an IoT system or service by applying and supplementing ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015. The system life cycle processes are applicable to IoT systems and services common to a wide range of application areas.

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This document provides a collection of representative use cases of AI applications in a variety of domains.

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This document addresses the construction of buildings and other structures which provide accommodation for data centres based upon the criteria and classification for “physical security” within EN 50600 1 in support of availability.
This document specifies requirements and recommendations for the following:
a)   location and site selection (taking in to account natural environment and adjacencies);
b)   protection from environmental risks;
c)   site configuration;
d)   building construction;
e)   building configuration;
f)   provision of access;
g)   intrusion protection;
h)   physical fire protection;
i)   protection against damage from water;
j)   quality construction measures.
Safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements are outside the scope of this document and are covered by other standards and regulations. However, information given in this document can be of assistance in meeting these standards and regulations.
Conformance of data centres to the present document is covered in Clause 4.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for the type of risk assessment to be employed concerning seismic activity and earthquakes in relation to data centres. In addition, it describes design concepts that can be employed as mitigation actions within the construction, and other elements of design, of data centres.

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The present document specifies the functional accessibility requirements applicable to ICT products and services,
together with a description of the test procedures and evaluation methodology for each accessibility requirement in a
form that is suitable for use in public procurement within Europe. The present document is intended to be used with web
based technologies, non-web technologies and hybrids that use both. It covers both software and hardware as well as
services. It is intended for use by both providers and procurers, but it is expected that it will also be of use to many
others as well.
The relationship between the present document and the essential requirements of Directive 2016/2102 on the
accessibility of the websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies [i.28] is given in Annex A.
The present document contains the necessary functional requirements and provides a reference document such that if
procedures are followed by different actors, the results of testing are similar and the interpretation of those results is
clear. The test descriptions and evaluation methodology included in the present document are elaborated to a level of
detail compliant with ISO/IEC 17007:2009 [i.14], so that conformance testing can give conclusive results.

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ISO/IEC 20924:2021(E) provides a definition of Internet of Things along with a set of terms and definitions. This document is a terminology foundation for the Internet of Things.

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ISO/IEC 20924:2021 is available as ISO/IEC 20924:2021 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.ISO/IEC 20924:2021 (E) provides a definition of Internet of Things along with a set of terms and definitions. This document is a terminology foundation for the Internet of Things.

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ISO/IEC 30163:2021 specifies the system requirements of an Internet of Things (IoT)/Sensor Network (SN) technology-based platform for chattel asset monitoring supporting financial services, including: - System infrastructure that describes functional components; - System and functional requirements during the entire chattel asset management process, including chattel assets in transition, in/out of warehouse, storage, mortgage, etc.; - Performance requirements and performance specifications of each functional component; - Interface definition of the integrated platform system. This document is applicable to the design and development of IoT/SN system for chattel asset monitoring supporting financial services.

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ISO/IEC 30163:2021 specifies the system requirements of an Internet of Things (IoT)/Sensor Network (SN) technology-based platform for chattel asset monitoring supporting financial services, including:
- System infrastructure that describes functional components;
- System and functional requirements during the entire chattel asset management process, including chattel assets in transition, in/out of warehouse, storage, mortgage, etc.;
- Performance requirements and performance specifications of each functional component;
- Interface definition of the integrated platform system.
This document is applicable to the design and development of IoT/SN system for chattel asset monitoring supporting financial services.

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This document provides background about existing methods to assess the robustness of neural networks.

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This Technical Report describes the methodology grounding for the development of the e-Competence Framework published as EN 16234-1. It supports methodological understanding of the e-CF by all interested parties and seeks to satisfy the needs of stakeholders from a competence frameworks construction or research environment.

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This document supports understanding, adoption and use of EN 16234 (all parts) e-Competence Framework (e-CF) - A common European Framework for ICT Professionals in all sectors which provides a common reference of 41 ICT professional competences as required and applied in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional work environment, using a common language for competences, skills, knowledge and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe.
This document supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders dealing with ICT professional competences from multiple perspectives, in particular:
-   ICT service, demand and supply organisations;
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments;
-   educational institutions, learning program and certification providers of all types including Vocational and Educational Training (VET), Higher Education (HE) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
-   social partners (trade unions and employer associations);
-   professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
-   market analysts and policy makers;
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This document provides a series of practical case studies supporting understanding, adoption and use of EN 16234 (all parts) e-Competence Framework (e-CF) - A common European Framework for ICT Professionals in all sectors which provides a common reference of 41 ICT professional competences as required and applied at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional work environment, using a common language for competences, skills, knowledge and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe.
This document supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders dealing with ICT Professional competences from multiple perspectives, in particular:
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-   educational institutions, learning program and certification providers of all types including Vocational and Educational Training (VET), Higher Education (HE) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
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-   professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies;
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This document specifies the key requirements of a quality open source license compliance program in order to provide a benchmark that builds trust between organizations exchanging software solutions comprised of open source software.

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ISO/IEC 30161-1:2020(E) specifies requirements for an Internet of Things (IoT) data exchange platform for various services in the technology areas of: • the middleware components of communication networks allowing the co-existence of IoT services with legacy services; • the end-points performance across the communication networks among the IoT and legacy services; • the IoT specific functions and functionalities allowing the efficient deployment of IoT services; • the IoT service communication networks’ framework and infrastructure; and • the IoT service implementation guideline for the IoT data exchange platform

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ISO/IEC 30161-1:2020(E) specifies requirements for an Internet of Things (IoT) data exchange platform for various services in the technology areas of:
• the middleware components of communication networks allowing the co-existence of IoT services with legacy services;
• the end-points performance across the communication networks among the IoT and legacy services;
• the IoT specific functions and functionalities allowing the efficient deployment of IoT services;
• the IoT service communication networks’ framework and infrastructure; and
• the IoT service implementation guideline for the IoT data exchange platform

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This Standard specifies the architecture for a distributed real-time access system. The architecture specifies the function group concept of the system, functionalities of each function group, and interfaces. Communication between function group and functions are not in the scope of this Standard.

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This document specifies the security and privacy aspects applicable to the big data reference architecture (BDRA) including the big data roles, activities and functional components and also provides guidance on security and privacy operations for big data.

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This document specifies a measurement method to assess and report the energy effectiveness of a computer server. This document does not set any pass/fail criteria for servers.

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This document describes the framework of the big data reference architecture and the process for how a user of the document can apply it to their particular problem domain.

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