This European Standard provides a reference of 40 competences as required and applied at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) business related workplace, using a common language for competences, skills and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe. As the first sector-specific implementation of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF), this European Standard aligns its proficiency levels to the EQF learning levels.
This European Standard was created for application by:
-   ICT service, user and supply organizations,
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments,
-   vocational education institutions and training bodies including higher education,
-   social partners (trade unions and employer association), professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies,
-   market analysts and policy makers,
and other organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors.

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This European Standard establishes a basis for the other parts of IEC 63119, specifying the terms and definitions, general description of the system model, classification, information exchange and security mechanisms for roaming between EV charge service providers (CSPs), charging station operators (CSOs) and clearing house platforms through roaming endpoints. It provides an overview and describes the general requirements of the EV roaming service system. IEC 63119 (all parts) is applicable to high-level communication involved in information exchange/interaction between different CSPs, as well as between a CSP and a CSO with or without a clearing house platform through the roaming endpoint. IEC 63119 (all parts) does not specify the information exchange, either between the charging station (CS) and the charging station operator (CSO), or between the EV and the CS.

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IEC 63119-1:2019 establishes a basis for the other parts of IEC 63119, specifying the terms and definitions, general description of the system model, classification, information exchange and security mechanisms for roaming between EV charge service providers (CSP), charging station operators (CSOs) and clearing house platforms through roaming endpoints. It provides an overview and describes the general requirements of the EV roaming service system. IEC 63119 (all parts) is applicable to high-level communication involved in information exchange/interaction between different CSPs, as well as between a CSP and a CSO with or without a clearing house platform through the roaming endpoint. IEC 63119 (all parts) does not specify the information exchange, either between the charging station (CS) and the charging station operator (CSO), or between the EV and the CS.

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IEC 63119-1:2019 establishes a basis for the other parts of IEC 63119, specifying the terms and definitions, general description of the system model, classification, information exchange and security mechanisms for roaming between EV charge service providers (CSP), charging station operators (CSOs) and clearing house platforms through roaming endpoints. It provides an overview and describes the general requirements of the EV roaming service system.
IEC 63119 (all parts) is applicable to high-level communication involved in information exchange/interaction between different CSPs, as well as between a CSP and a CSO with or without a clearing house platform through the roaming endpoint.
IEC 63119 (all parts) does not specify the information exchange, either between the charging station (CS) and the charging station operator (CSO), or between the EV and the CS.

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ISO 9241-112:2017 establishes ergonomic design principles for interactive systems related to the software-controlled presentation of information by user interfaces. It applies to the three main modalities (visual, auditory, tactile/haptic) typically used in information and communication technology. These principles apply to the perception and understanding of presented information. These principles are applicable in the analysis, design, and evaluation of interactive systems. This document also provides recommendations corresponding to the principles. The recommendations for each of the principles are not exhaustive and are not necessarily independent from one another.
While this document is applicable to all types of interactive systems, it does not cover the specifics of particular application domains. This document also applies to outputs from interactive systems (such as printed documents, e.g. invoices).
The guidance in this document for presenting information is aimed at helping the user to accomplish tasks. This guidance is not aimed at the presentation of information for other reasons (e.g. corporate branding or advertising).
It is intended for the following types of users:
- user interface designers, who will apply the guidance during the development process;
- developers, who will apply the guidance during design and implementation of system functionality;
- evaluators, who are responsible for ensuring that products meet the recommendations;
- designers of user interface development tools and style guides to be used by user interface designers;
- project managers, who are responsible for managing development processes;
- buyers, who will reference this document during product procurement.

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ISO/IEC TR 30109:2015 describes methods to enable access to a personal computing environment via the Internet, with a culturally and linguistically convenient and uniform personal user interface, on different types of hardware.

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ISO 17369:2013 provides an integrated approach to facilitating Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange (SDMX), enabling interoperable implementations within and between systems concerned with the exchange, reporting and dissemination of statistical data and related metadata. ISO 17369:2013 is applicable to any organization that has a need to manage the reporting, exchange and dissemination of its statistical data and related metadata. The information model at the core of ISO 17369:2013 has been developed to support statistics as collected and used by governmental and supra-national statistical organizations, and this model is also applicable to other organizational contexts involving statistical data and related metadata.

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The present document provides guidance for the user interaction design of telecommunication devices and services that are likely to become available for large-scale rollout to consumers in the next five to ten years. In particular, the document identifies provisions that have to be made in order to ensure that forthcoming interaction technologies deployed in devices and services will be usable by all users including older people and/or people with disabilities.
The present document lists user interaction technologies likely to be employed in future devices and services in the form of a technology roadmap. For each identified technology, key characteristics specified include:
• user requirements impacted by the technology;
• benefits and accessibility barriers that will result from deployment;
• solutions related to accessibility barriers (both those benefiting disabled users only as well as those being useful for all users in different contexts).
Measures are identified that need to be addressed prior to the large-scale implementation of those technologies in order to ensure their usability by users with the widest range of characteristics.
Within the scope of the document are those interaction technologies that are likely to be used in information and communication products and services and are likely to achieve a mass-market breakthrough between 2010 and 2020.
Interaction technologies that are exclusively used in:
• stand-alone, off-line products and services;
• assistive devices;
• safety and security-related products and services;
are not within the scope of the present document, even though the guidelines may also apply to some of them.
General user interface design issues (e.g. cognitive workload) that affect the usability and accessibility of user interfaces for eServices are also outside of the scope of the present document.
The intended readers of the present document are the designers, manufacturers and suppliers of all ICT products and services that may use new user interaction technologies in their future offerings. Researchers benefit from the present document by integrating its findings into their research at a very early stage.
It is expected that the present document should be utilised in the earliest stages of the planning of a new product or eService to ensure that the measures proposed can be taken into account during all stages of the product design and implementation process. Such usage should ensure that the resulting product or eService is as barrier free in its design as possible.

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This part of IEC 62507 specifies basic requirements for systems for the identification of objects (such as products, “items”, documents, etc., excluding human individuals). It focuses on assigning identifiers to an object for referencing purposes. The classification of objects for any and whatever reason and the verification that an object is really the object it claims to be, are excluded. This standard includes recommendations for the human readable presentation of identifiers and its machine readable representation, to be considered when constructing the identifiers and identification numbers. The standard includes also requirements for the application of identifiers in a computer sensible form in accordance with such systems, and requirements for their interchange. The specification of the physical file or transfer format (syntax) for a machine to machine information interchange is not included, nor is the specification and transfer formats for the implementation by a physical medium, e.g. file, bar code, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), used for information interchange and the identification labelling on an object included.

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The present document specifies a set of user profile preference and information settings for deployment in ICT services and devices for use by ICT users and suppliers. The present document specifies:
- objects including settings, values and operations;
- a rule definition language for defining functionality such as automatic modification of profiles.
Profile solutions within the scope of the present document are:
- those provided for the primary benefit of the end-user;
- those which the end-user has rights to manage the profile contents;
- those where the end-user has the right to have a dialogue with the information owning stakeholder. Intended readers of the present document are user profile providers, operators, service developers, service providers, device manufacturers, standards developers.

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Specifies principles and methods to define metadata for the management of documents associated with objects throughout their life cycle; This cycle generally covers a range from the conceptual idea of a document to its deletion. The established principles and methods are basic for all document management systems. This part is intended as a general basic standard in all application fields and provides the framework applicable for part 2. International Standard 82045 is primarily intended as a resource for the use in computerised systems such as Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) or Product Data Management Systems (PDMS) for the management, retrieval, storage and selection and archiving of documents, and as a basis for the exchange of documents.

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IEC 82045-1:2001 Specifies principles, methods and information models to define metadata for the management of documents associated with objects throughout their life cycle; this cycle generally covers a range from the conceptual idea of a document to its deletion. The established principles and methods are basic for all document management systems. Is intended as a general basic standard in all application fields and provides the framework applicable for part 2. Is primarily intended as a resource for use in computerised systems such as Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) or Product Data Management Systems (PDMS) for the management, retrieval, storage and selection and archiving of documents, and as a basis for the exchange of documents.

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This part of ISO/IEC 13238 enables the bulk transfer of all or part of the data contained in an Information Resource Dictionary (IRD) or in an Information Resource Dictionary Definition conforming to ISO/IEC 10728:1993 IRDS Services Interface. This part of ISO/IEC 13238 defines a format for such a transfer and also services to generate the export file and services to import the file. These services are additional to the existing services defined in the IRDS Services Interface. This version of this part of ISO/IEC 13238 defines a limited set of Export and Import services. It is expected that implementations will also provide more sophisticated services based on the use of the Transfer File structure defined in this part of ISO/IEC 13238. The physical way in which the transfer takes place is outside the scope of this part of ISO/IEC 13238. Each transfer may be effected in one of several ways including the physical transfer of the data using a transportable storage device.

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Replaces the wording of some clauses and subclauses of ISO/IEC 10728:1993 and adds a new annex E.

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Contains a great number of amendments and additions; Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) services interface; ADA language binding.

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Contains some amendments and adds the annex C - C language binding.

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The services interface specified gives any program full access to all IRDS services. Defines the semantics of this interface, and also specifies the language bindings for ISO Pascal (ISO 7185). Language bindings for other ISO standard programming languages are provided as separate standards. Makes no assumptions about an implementation environment, and assumes no specific run-time or compile time interfaces. Details of the IRDS series of standards are to be found in ISO/IEC 10027.

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This Technical Report supports understanding, adoption and use of EN 16234-1. It supports Information and Communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders, in particular:
—   ICT service, demand and supply companies;
—   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 organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors across Europe,
to adopt, apply and use the framework in their environment.

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This Technical Specification contains a specification of an Interoperability Requirements Framework,
specifying seven levels of interoperability, based on four groups of interoperability steps specified by
five types of interaction, plus a methodology based on conformance clauses for satisfying
requirements related to the claimed level of interoperability of devices installed in a Home and Building
Electronic System (HBES, HES).
It is applicable to installations of a single type of HBES, or that interconnect two or more dissimilar
HBESs. Within a HBES of a single type any of its capabilities for service, applications and connectivity
topology can be used. Interconnection technologies used to interconnect dissimilar HBES are similarly
unconstrained.
For applicable installations, the scope of its provisions applies to: the connection of devices to the
various communications services to enable them to communicate end-to-end across internetworked
media; the processes of discovery by which devices find out about each other and configuration to
associate them with each other; and the generic aspects of application operation; and management.
This Technical Specification is not applicable to the interoperability required between devices to
implement specific applications, such as heating or lighting control, energy management, or
entertainment. The interoperability requirements defined in this Technical Specification are necessary
for such application interoperability but not sufficient. This Technical Specification does not define how
measurements are made; nor the algorithms that receive, process and respond to them; nor the
interaction between users, service providers, and the HBES application(s). This is the responsibility of
experts and organisations that specialise in particular application domains.

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This European Standard provides a reference of 40 competences as required and applied at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) business related workplace, using a common language for competences, skills and proficiency levels that can be understood across Europe. As the first sector-specific implementation of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF), this European Standard aligns its proficiency levels to the EQF learning levels.
This European Standard was created for application by:
-   ICT service, user and supply companies,
-   ICT professionals, managers and human resource (HR) departments,
-   vocational education institutions and training bodies including higher education,
-   social partners (trade unions and employer association), professional associations, accreditation, validation and assessment bodies,
-   market analysts and policy makers,
and other organizations and stakeholders in public and private sectors.

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This European Prestandard specifies a procedure for the registration of coding schemes used in health care for any purpose. It also specifies the allocation of a unique Health Care Coding Scheme Designator (HCD) to each registered coding scheme. A code value can thus be given an unambiguous meaning by association with an HCD. The method by which an HCD and a code value are associated is not defined by this standard. The association is achieved in any manner appropriate to the syntax used.

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ISO/IEC TR 14652:2004 specifies a description format for the specification of cultural conventions, a description format for character sets, and a description format for binding character names to ISO/IEC 10646, plus a set of default values for some of these items. The specification is upward compatible with POSIX locale specifications - a locale conformant to POSIX specifications will also be conformant to the specifications in ISO/IEC TR 14652:2004, while the reverse condition will not hold. The descriptions are intended to be coded in text files to be used via Application Programming Interfaces, that are expected to be developed for a number of systems which comply with ISO/IEC 9945. An alignment effort has been undertaken for this specification to be aligned with the revision of the ISO/IEC 9945 standard published in 2003.

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