Standardization for Defence Procurement - European Handbook : CEN Workshop 10

Alain Bresson, Andy Hunt, Ari Tuomainen, Bo Granbom, Claudia Urbanovsky, Claudio Tredici, Dietmar Kugler, Frank Bernardus Johannes Leferink, Göran Unden, Henk Klok, Herve Huguenin, Krzysztof Dymarkowski, Jaroslaw Popkowski, Jukka Lyomio, Keith Lodge, Keith Tench, Machiel van Dalen, Per-Olof Eriksson, Ren Malabiau, René Grossi & 4 others Tim Haynes, Timo Tarvainen, Torsten Nilsson, Wolfgang Zappe

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The European Commission (EC), DG Enterprise, endeavours the competitiveness of the European Defence Industry. The plethora of (national) standards, more than 10.000, are recognised by the EC as a major constraint and cost driver. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) or Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (EEE) are considered by the EC as a major topic, with 7 other topics such as environmental engineering, energetic materials, batteries, electrical interfaces. An EMC expert group with representatives from industry, including Aerotech Telub, Intellect, EADS, Ericsson Microwave, Fincantieri, MBDA, Thales, and national MoDs rationalized in 2004 a list of 329 EEE standards, implicitly abandoning national, including American, standards, and develop guidelines for the procurement process. A limited number of widely accepted and cost effective standards, suitable for use by MoD’s (acquisition) and industry (product development), has been defined after making comparisons. Comparisons were carried out on some standards against STANAG 4370 AECTP 500. The Expert Group agreed; That no one standard is better or worse than another in achieving an end goal. Differences are not sufficient to prevent the use of AECTP 500. There are sufficient similarities to AECTP 500 to adopt this as the fundamental replacement standard. There was sufficient agreement on NATO-, IEC- and EN-produced standards to make worthwhile agreement to use a number of standards as replacement for some (or some parts) of existing National Standards. This document gives recommendations on the use of the standards, the scope and limitations. It also emphasizes the constraints with respect to the standardisation process of National MoD’s, NATO, Industry and EN/IEC.
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Bresson, A., Hunt, A., Tuomainen, A., Granbom, B., Urbanovsky, C., Tredici, C., ... Zappe, W. (2005). Standardization for Defence Procurement - European Handbook : CEN Workshop 10. European Committee for Standardisation, CEN.
Bresson, Alain ; Hunt, Andy ; Tuomainen, Ari ; Granbom, Bo ; Urbanovsky, Claudia ; Tredici, Claudio ; Kugler, Dietmar ; Leferink, Frank Bernardus Johannes ; Unden, Göran ; Klok, Henk ; Huguenin, Herve ; Dymarkowski, Krzysztof ; Popkowski, Jaroslaw ; Lyomio, Jukka ; Lodge, Keith ; Tench, Keith ; van Dalen, Machiel ; Eriksson, Per-Olof ; Malabiau, Ren ; Grossi, René ; Haynes, Tim ; Tarvainen, Timo ; Nilsson, Torsten ; Zappe, Wolfgang. / Standardization for Defence Procurement - European Handbook : CEN Workshop 10. European Committee for Standardisation, CEN, 2005.
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Bresson A, Hunt A, Tuomainen A, Granbom B, Urbanovsky C, Tredici C et al. Standardization for Defence Procurement - European Handbook : CEN Workshop 10. European Committee for Standardisation, CEN, 2005.