Using standardisation from the early stages of developing new technologies is a crucial strategy to optimising their implementation in order to avoid duplicities and inconsistencies, and identifying what common elements are necessary to be able to progress, which need additional research and which must be defined in each organisation's know-how.
The standardisation and protection of copyright must be seized upon to expand the diffusion and use of new developments, in turn, creating the bases for future innovations.
This is how sectors such as artificial intelligence, shared electronic registry technologies, blockchain, biotechnology, forensic technologies, advanced manufacture, 3D printing, etc., have understood it.
UNE, together with the international organisations, upholds a proactive attitude by identifying new subject matters and sectors that can benefit from standardisation, contacting the leading stakeholders and coordinating their commissioning. In turn, it is open to ideas and proposals of the industry, services and research to help to meet their needs.