Objective of this Standard is to specify the International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) for the unique identification of recordings. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 3901:2019, Information and documentation - International Standard Recording Code (ISRC).
Supersedes AS/NZS 5901:2004
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AS/NZS 1301.458:2020 Methods of test for pulp and paper, Method 458: Glue bond strength of wetted corrugated fibreboard
Objective of this Standard is to describe a method of determining the in‐plane strength of the glue bonds of wetted corrugated fibreboard.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.458rp:2004
Specifies a unique string of characters for the identification of individual transport units. The character string is intended to be represented in a bar code label or other AIDC media attached to the entity to meet management needs. To address management needs, different types of entities are recognized in the various parts of NZS ISO/IEC 15459, which allows different requirements to be met by the identities associated with each type. The rules for the unique identification for individual transport units, to identify physical logistical transfers, with the identity relevant for the duration of one or more items in the load being held or transported as part of that load, are defined and supported by example. Identical with and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 15459-1:2014.View product page
Specifies the procedural requirements to maintain identities and outlines the obligations of the Registration Authority and Issuing Agencies. It excludes those entities where ISO has designated Maintenance Agencies or Registration Authorities to provide identity and/or identifier schemes. It does not apply to freight containers, road vehicles and car radios. The exclusion also applies to ISO 2108, Information and documentation - International standard book number (ISBN), and ISO 3297, Information and documentation - International standard serial number (ISSN). Identical with and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 15459-2:2015.View product page
Specifies the common rules that apply for allocating and processing unique identities to ensure full compatibility across different identities. Identical with and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 15459-3:2014.View product page
Specifies a unique string of characters for the identification of individual products and product packages. The character string is intended to be represented in a linear bar code symbol or two-dimensional symbol or other automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) media attached to the entity to meet management needs. To address management needs, different classes of identities are recognized in the various parts of ISO/IEC 15459, which allows different requirements to be met by the identities associated with each class. The rules for the identification of an individual occurrence of a product or product package, understood to mean the layers zero and one defined in ISO 17367 and ISO 17366, respectively, are defined and supported by examples. Identical with and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 15459-4:2014.View product page
Specifies a unique string of characters for the identification of individual returnable transport items (RTIs). The character string is intended to be represented in a bar code label or other automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) media attached to the item to meet management needs. To address management needs, different classes of identities are recognized in the various parts of ISO/IEC 15459, which allows different requirements to be met by the identities associated with each class. The rules for the identification of RTIs, with the identity being relevant for the complete lifecycle of the item, are defined and supported by example. Identical with and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 15459-5:2014.View product page
Specifies a unique string of characters for the identification of groupings of products, product packages, transport units and items. The character string is intended to be represented in a linear bar code symbol and two-dimensional symbol or other automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) media attached to the entity to meet management needs and/or regulatory needs (e.g. customs clearance). To address these needs, different types of identifiers are recognized in the various parts of NZS ISO/IEC 15459, which allows different requirements to be met by the unique identifiers associated within the context of the specific parts of NZS ISO/IEC 15459. The unique identifiers for grouping of products, product packages, transport units and items enables grouping by type, characteristics, order, manufacturing, quality, location, movement, etc. to be uniquely identified. It is possible to use with other unique individual identifiers defined in other parts of NZS ISO/IEC 15459. Encoding these unique identifiers in a data carrier enables information about the item processing to be clearly identified. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC 15459-6:2014.View product page
Specifies sets of Data Identifiers and Application Identifiers for the purpose of identifying encoded data, and identifies the organizations responsible for their maintenance. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC 15418:2016.View product page
Specifies a structure of globally and unambiguously identifying organisation and organisation parts for the purpose of information exchange. It includes unique identification using the GS1 core component GLN (Global Location Number) which can be used by companies to identify their locations, giving them complete flexibility to identify any type or level of location required. An example of use of the GLN in New Zealand the New Zealand Business Number. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC 6523.1:1998.View product page
Specifies the procedure for registration of organization identification schemes, and the requirements for the administration of International Code Designator values, to designate these organization identification schemes. It includes unique identification using the GS1 core component GLN (Global Location Number) which can be used by companies to identify their locations, giving them complete flexibility to identify any type or level of location required. An example it’s use in New Zealand is the ‘New Zealand Business Number’. Identical to and reproduced from ISO/IEC 6523.2:1998.View product page
Specifies basic principles and requirements for ensuring that classification systems are suitable for worldwide application, considering such aspects as cultural and linguistic diversity. It includes unique identification using the GS1 core component GPC (Global Product Classification) which classifies products by grouping them into categories based on their essential properties as well as their relationships to other products. GPC offers a universal set of standards for everything from a car to a litre of milk. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 2274:2013.View product page
Objective is to prescribe the apparatus and test procedure to be followed when assessing the compression resistance of unfilled fibreboard boxes in any desired direction. The major changes in this edition are as follows: The requisite specifications of compression testers with platen areas of any size are expressed more clearly; a sub-clause is included to state that five replicate tests are expected - though not obligatory; a calculation clause is included; and the clarity of expression in some clauses has been enhanced.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.800s:2006View product page
This Amendment applies to the Front cover, Preface, and ISO 19150-2:2015/Amd 1:2019.View product page
ISO 19150-2:2015 defines rules and guidelines for the development of ontologies to support better the interoperability of geographic information over the Semantic Web. The Web Ontology Language (OWL) is the language adopted for ontologies. It defines the conversion of the UML static view modelling elements used in the ISO geographic information standards into OWL. It further defines conversion rules for describing application schemas based on the General Feature Model defined in ISO 19109 into OWL.View product page
This Technical Specification is to define XML based encoding rules for conceptual schemas specifying types that describe geographic resources. The encoding rules support the UML profile as used in the UML models commonly used in the standards. The encoding rules use XML schema for the output data structure schemaView product page
This standard defines the management and operations of the ISO geodetic register and to identify the data elements, in accordance with AS/NZS ISO 19111 and the core schema within AS ISO 19135.1, required within the geodetic register. Identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19127:2019.View product page
Sets out general installation and safety requirements for battery energy storage systems (BESSs), where the battery system is installed in a location, such as a dedicated enclosure or room, and is connected with power conversion equipment (PCE) to supply electric power to other parts of an electrical installation.View product page
This standard sets out a method to determine the liner adhesion of corrugated board.View product page
This Technical Report provides guidance to the members of governing bodies of organizations and their executive managers on the implications of ISO/IEC 38505.1 for data management. It assumes understanding of the principles of ISO/IEC 38500 and familiarization with the data accountability map and associated matrix of considerations.
This document enables an informed dialogue between the governing body and the senior/executive management team of an organization to ensure that the data use throughout the organization aligns with the strategic direction set by the governing body.
This document covers the following: (a) Identifying the information that a governing body requires in order to evaluate and direct the strategies and policies relating to a data-driven business. (b) Identifying the capabilities and potential of measurement systems that can be used to monitor the performance of data and its uses. Identical with, and reproduced from, ISO/IEC TR 38505-2:2018View product page
Provides guidance on auditing management systems, including the principles of auditing, managing an audit programme and conducting management system audits, as well as guidance on the evaluation of competence of individuals involved in the audit process. These activities include the individual(s) managing the audit programme, auditors and audit teams.View product page
Defines the conceptual schema for spatial references based on geographic identifiers. It establishes a general model for spatial referencing using geographic identifiers and defines the components of a spatial reference system It also specifies a conceptual scheme for a gazetteer. Spatial referencing by coordinates is addressed in AS/NZS ISO 19111. However, a mechanism for recording complementary coordinate references is included in this document. Enables producers of data to define spatial reference systems using geographic identifiers and assists users in understanding the spatial references used in data sets. It enables gazetteers to be constructed in a consistent manner and supports the development of other standards in the field of geographic information. Applicable to digital geographic data, and its principles may be extended to other forms of geographic data such as maps, charts and textual documents. Identical to ISO 19112:2019.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 19112:2005
This standard defines a preservation metadata extension of AS/ NZS ISO 19115.1. It defines the requirements for the long-term preservation of digital geospatial data. These data also include metadata, representation information, provenance, context and any other content items that capture the knowledge that are necessary to fully understand and reuse the archived data. This standard also refers to characteristics of data formats that are useful for the purpose of archiving.View product page
This standard is to establish a general introduction to the concept of life cycle costing and covers all applications. Although costs incurred over the life cycle consist of many contributing elements, this document particularly highlights the costs associated with the dependability of an item. This forms part of an overall dependability management programme as described in AS/NZS IEC 60300.1. Guidance is provided on life cycle costing for use by managers, engineers, finance staff, and contractors; it is also intended to assist those who may be required to specify and commission such activities when undertaken by others. This standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60300-3-3:2017 Dependability management - Part 3-3: Application guide - Life cycle costing.View product page
The objective of this standard is to define the conceptual schema for the description of referencing by coordinates. It describes the minimum data required to define coordinate reference systems. This standard is identical with, and will be reproduced from, ISO 19111:2019 Geographic information — Referencing by coordinates.View product page