International regulation of IT technologies in various spheres of human activity
Updated: Jul 4, 2021
Despite the proliferation of wireless technologies and the constant movement towards innovative development, the transmission of electricity and power by wire is still widely used today. Since this category of technologies is the most global one, a single scientific and technological base is created for the entire system and is the same for all countries of the world to create clear instructions for use, implementation, and troubleshooting. In order for the use of the above technologies to be carried out in the safest way and also to bring the most productive results from their operation, it is necessary to follow the rules and regulations prescribed in international standards. Since cables and the accompanying equipment are used in every area of human activity, we recommend that you be aware of the international regulations that govern them.
Health informatics — Standard communication protocol — Computer-assisted electrocardiography
Despite the fact that literally a decade ago, the introduction of technologies into the field of medicine was quite slow, in recent years, in the field of the fact that more and more attention is paid to human health, innovations and their development are focused precisely in the medical sector. Since this industry is responsible for the safety of human life, much attention is paid to information security, which is regulated by such international standards as EN 1064: 2020.
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Health informatics — De vice interoperability — Part 20701: Point-of-care medical device communication — Service oriented medical device exchange architecture and protocol binding (ISO/IEEE 11073–20701:2020)
EN ISO 11073–20701:2020
Communication technologies are used not only in those areas that are primarily associated with this category, but also in the medical industry. Since the introduction of the operation of various devices in medicine is complex and entails the restructuring of existing systems, international documents are being created to facilitate these processes, one of which is EN ISO 11073–20701: 2020.
The scope of this standard is a service-oriented medical device architecture and communication protocol specification for distributed system of Point-of-Care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems that need to exchange data or safely control networked PoC medical devices. It identifies the functional components, their communication relationships as well as the binding of the components and communication relationships to protocol specifications.
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Health informatics — Device interoperability — Part 10201: Point-of-care medical device communication — Domain information model (ISO/IEEE 11073–10201:2020)
EN ISO/IEEE 11073–10201:2020
Like any other standard, documents related to the use of devices in the field of medicine have different parts that can both complement each other and talk about completely different technologies. One example is EN ISO / IEEE 11073–10201: 2020.
The scope of this project is to define a general object-oriented information model that may be used to structure information and identify services used in point-of-care (POC) medical device communications. The scope is primarily focused on acute care medical devices and the communication of patient vital signs information.
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Health informatics — Requirements for international machine-readable coding of medicinal product package identifiers
ISO/TS 16791:2014 NEW version ISO/TS 16791:2020
The more new technologies emerge on the planet, the more regulations governing their use and minimizing risks are created. One example of such documents, which is amenable to updating due to innovative development, is EN ISO / IEEE 11073–10201: 2020.
This document provides guidelines on identification and labelling of medicinal products from the point of manufacture of packaged medicinal product to the point of dispensing the product. This document outlines best practice for AIDC barcoding solutions for applications. Users can, however, consider the coding interoperability requirements for other AIDC technologies, e.g. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).
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Health Informatics — Requirements for a knowledge base for clinical decision support systems to be used in medication related processes (ISO/DTS 22756:2020)
ISO PRF/TS 22756:2020
Since the introduction of technologies in the field of medicine entails an increase in responsibility both for their application and for all subsequent actions, the issue of international standardization, the introduction of a scientific and technological base, regulatory legal acts, as well as international norms and rules is key in minimizing possible risks . Since this industry is necessary for the whole world and an increasing number of branches and spheres are emerging in it, the question of the availability of such international standards as ISO PRF / TS 22756: 2020 is becoming more and more relevant.
Cable networks fo r television signals, sound signals and interactive services — Part 2–4: Interference Mitigation Filters operating in the 700 MHz and 800 MHz bands for DTT reception
As already mentioned, the introduction of wireless technologies does not mean their prevalence over the use of cable systems and technologies, which is why a large number of international standards, such as EN 50083–2–4: 2019, continue to arise, which have clear technical characteristics.
This document provides requirements for passive filters intended to reduce RF interference from mobile Base Stations (BS) and User Equipment (UE) to receiving equipment and master antenna cable distribution systems of broadcast DVB-T and DVB-T2 signals in the VHF and UHF bands. While primarily intended to be used with VHF/UHF DVB-T and DVB-T2 receivers and signal distribution systems, filters can also be useful for mitigation of interference to VHF FM or DAB radio.
This document is one of the most detailed in terms of the exact mention of the technologies that it regulates. That is why it gives a clear opportunity to check its compliance with your field of activity.
Finding the right specifications is one of the keys to choosing the right standard
Since the globalization of markets is increasing every day, scientific and technical activities are becoming more and more unified at the international level. The system of international standards is created primarily in order to minimize possible risks from the introduction and operation of new technologies, as well as to simplify the processes of local companies and production to enter world markets. Since in 2020, medicine became the most relevant area, therefore, more attention was paid to its international regulation. Despite the increase and expansion of the scale of this industry, do not forget about the importance of other areas. Since the aforementioned technologies have a large coverage and the ability to interact with resources, we recommend that you clarify in more detail about the possibility of applying this or that document specifically for your organization. Stay with our team and be confident in the stability of your company’s development.