Facts & Figures
Reports with numbers, facts and figures about Austrian Standards.
Annual Report 2022
The EU Standardization Strategy emphasizes the strategic importance of standardization for making the European internal market more resilient, greener and more digital. For all European standardization organizations, this is a mandate: to bring even more expertise to the committees, to win over more experts for developing standards and to better reach the management and decision-making levels.
Annual Report 2020
2021 was a year of change and handovers for Austrian Standards International. We developed new ways of collaborating and networking with our stakeholders, hybrid events were expanded and new platforms for exchanges were launched.
Annual Report 2019
New co-operation projects, new partners, new and successfully completed projects and numerous encounters — this is what characterized Austrian Standards and its environment in 2019.
Annual Report 2018
Since 2018, Austrian Standards has spelled out its orientation in its name: Austrian Standards International - Standardization and Innovation. A review of the projects we carried out in 2018 demonstrates that our name inspires our priorities and activities.
Annual Report 2017
Strictly digital – Austrian Standards International
For the first time, we publish our Annual Report in a digital version only and, therefore, much earlier than before. On your laptop, tablet or smartphone, you can read clear and compact information about:
- New co-operation initiatives, new partners and projects
- Encounters that are significant for Austrian Standards and its environment in 2017
- Interesting news about Austrian Standards International
- Up-to-date facts and figures about stakeholders, results and trends
We hope that you will gain interesting insights from our Annual Report 2017.
Annual Report 2016
Our life changes faster and more radically than ever before. Everything becomes more complex or – depending on the perspective – "more and more complicated" and is interrelated somehow. We asked ourselves: Why don't we draw a map of complexities? The outcome is the Annual Guide 2016/2017 – an attempt at orientation that certainly is not exhaustive.