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Commerical Space Standardization

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Commerical Space Standardization

September 16, 2020
mike@standardsmichigan.com

John Glenn, standing top right, looks at a model of the ship that took him to space with other astronauts from the Mercury space program in an undated photograph. (NASA/NASM)

As the coordinator of the U.S. private sector-led system of voluntary standardization, ANSI has been in discussions with commercial space industry stakeholders since the middle of last year. The Institute provides a neutral venue for broad and open discussion of standardization issues for emerging technologies and in national priority areas. ANSI’s standardization collaboratives bring public- and private-sector interests together for cross-sector dialogue to advance coordination of standards development activities and related conformance programs.   It launched an initiative, and hosted a meeting earlier this year, and posted a report on its findings in the link below:

Commercial Space Industry Standardization Coordination Meeting Summary

September 15 update: The survey has closed but, at the very least, faculty and students will likely be enlightened by the summary above.   We will keep this project on the standing agenda of our Mobility and Global teleconferences.


As a member of ANSI, Standards Michigan encourages its clients to participate in a ANSI survey that will inform prospective standardization solutions and policy templates.

ANSI Survey — CLICK HERE TO STARTResponses due May 15th

“A Philosopher Lecturing on the Orrery” | Joseph Wright (1766)

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