Committee for European Studies on Norms for Electronics (ESONE)

Comité européen des études de normalisation en électronique

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History

1961, as a liaison group between national laboratories of European countries under the name of European Standards on Nuclear Electronics Committee -- Comité européen de normalisation en électronique nucléaire; subsequently has extended membership and terms of reference widened with those of member laboratories. Original 1961 constitution most recently revised 1995. Present title adopted 1992, Warsaw (Poland). Also referred to in English as Committee for European Studies on Norms for Electronics in Research. Activities suspended at the end of 2001.

Aims

Formulate, recommend and promulgate practices for application on design and utilization of electronic equipment and systems for use in scientific institutions; encourage interchangeability of equipment and software and promote common practices by adoption and implementation of international standards when available; enhance communication between research institutions on state-of-the-art topics.

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Activities

Formulated 'European Standard on Nuclear Electronics (ESONE System)' as standard for modular transistorized electronic equipment (1960-1964). Subsequently elaborated the CAMAC standard, a flexible interface system standard (hardware, software) for on-line computer automated measurement and control, in collaboration with USA 'ERDA NIM Committee'. Instrumental in defining and developing FASTBUS and applying internationally recognized standards such as VME.

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Languages

Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Russian.

Staff

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Financing

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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 6 non-governmental organizations.
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Publications

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Members

Members in 31 countries
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Type II Classification

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Subjects *

  • Amenities
    • Equipment
  • Research, Standards
    • Study
    • Research
    • Standards
  • Informatics, Classification
    • Informatics
  • Economics
    • Resource Utilization
  • Technology
    • Electronics
  • Design
    • Design

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

UIA Org ID

D0870

Last News Received

2001
* Subject classification is derived from the organization names and aims.
** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.

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