How ISO helps implement ideas. Ideas done? by Andre Progin, Daetwyler Cables, Altdorf

No video this time. But Andre Progin, Head of Sales Romandie of Daetwyler Cables in Altdorf had interesting things to say about implementation.

As new electronic devices or electric units are created, new types of cables are needed to connect those devices in order to make them work properly. ISO defines the norms of the needed cables. Companies like Daetwyler take part on the discussions giving inputs about the material possibilities. As soon as a first draft of the ISO norm is settled, the cable company can start developing the new product. This helps optimize the process of development and the characteristics of the needed cable.

The better the needs are defined the higher is the percentage of implementation.

Interview made at Inforum, organized by OPI (Office de Promotion des Industries et des Technologies) at the Globe of Innovation, CERN.

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