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Standardizers gather at 2024 ZGC Forum
China Standardization 2024-04-29

The Forum on Standardization and Science and Technology Innovation Development, one of the series activities of 2024 ZGC Forum, was successfully held in hybrid forms at the Zhongguancun International Innovation Center, Beijing on April 26.

With the new round of technological revolution and industrial transformation, standards have  become an important element of technological competition and cooperation. The forum was addressed by Tian Shihong, Vice Minister of SAMR and Administrator of SAC, and Mu Peng, Vice Mayor of Beijing. Over 450 participants attended the forum on site, who are representatives from the local government, domestic mirror committees of international standards organizations, research institutes, industrial association, enterprises, universities, and relevant units.

Keynote speeches were given by Christoph Preusse, Chair of ISO/SMCC, Wu Hequan, former Vice President and Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), James Matthews, President of IEEE Standards Association, Zhang Gang, former Counselor of the State Council, Member of the National Manufacturing Strategy Advisory Committee, and Deputy Director of the China Standardization Expert Committee, and Sergio Parolari, Vice Chair of 3GPP RAN2 and Standards Specialist at ZTE, which centered on how standards facilitate the transformation of cutting-edge technologies into industrial achievements.

A high-level dialogue discussed the role of standardization in building a win-win cooperation system for industrial and supply chains, which was moderated by Zhang Xiaogang, Chair of the Chinese Society for Metals and the former President of ISO. Insightful views were given by guests Tan Jiubin, Academician of CAE and Dean of the School of Instrumentation Science and Engineering of Harbin Institute of Technology, Alpesh Shah, Secretary General of IEEE-SA, Wang Decheng, Chair of the Board of China Academy of Machinery Science and Technology Group, Kevin Lippert, Senior Advisor International Standards with UL Standards & Engagement, and Wu Kai, Chief Scientist of CATL.

At the forum, Beijing Association for Standardization and IEEE signed the cooperation agreement to advocate participation in developing IEEE standards for electronic information, AI, health, intelligent connected vehicles and other industries. Also, the government of Haidian district in Beijing signed the framework agreement of strategic standardization cooperation with six national TCs on AI and related fields, in order to establish a standards system serving high-quality development and new quality productive forces.

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