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Por Rick Gould el

Towards a net-zero logistics sector

Moving cargo around the world is a carbon-intensive business, and new guidance launched at Davos will go a long way to getting freight back on track.

Low-angle shot of a passenger aircraft landing in extreme weather.

Flying into an uncertain future

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its toll on lives and economies around the world, there is no doubt that it has had a severe impact on the aviation industry. Séverin Drogoul, an expert with over 35 years’ experience in the industry, looks at the challenges and explains how the sector can avail of opportunities for a sustainable recovery.

Airplane in the sky with clouds at sunset.

Por Ann Brady el

New (e-)takeoff for aviation industry

New technologies, from robotics to machine learning, are ushering in a period of rapid change and development. While the aviation industry is working to reap the benefits of this industrial automation, standards, especially those of ISO/TC 184/SC 4, will play a key role in ensuring a smooth flight path – but only if they can keep up.

Top standards

ISO 4170:1995
Air cargo equipment
Interline pallet nets
ISO 6772:2012
Fluid systems

Impulse testing of hydraulic hose, tubing and fitting assemblies

ISO 24113:2023
Space systems
Space debris mitigation requirements