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
This standard describes the requirements for spare parts provisioning as a part of supportability activities that affect dependability performance so that continuity of operation of products, equipment and systems for their intended application can be sustained. This document is intended for use by a wide range of suppliers, maintenance support organisations and users and can be applied to all items. This standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 62550:2017 Spare parts provisioning.View product page
This standard is to give guidance on the use of failure rate data for reliability prediction of electric components used in equipment. The method presented in this document uses the concept of reference conditions which are the typical values of stresses that are observed by components in the majority of applications. Reference conditions are useful since they provide a known standard basis from which failure rates can be modified to account for differences in environment from the environments taken as reference conditions. This standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 61709:2017 Electric components - Reliability - Reference conditions for failure rates and stress models for conversion.View product page
This technical specification defines the calibration of SAR/InSAR sensors and validation of SAR/InSAR calibration information. This technical specification addresses earth based remote sensing. The specified sensors include airborne and spaceborne SAR/InSAR sensors. This technical specification also addresses the metadata related to calibration and validation. This technical specification is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/TS 19159‑3:2018 Geographic information - Calibration and validation of remote sensing imagery sensors and data - Part 3: SAR/InSAR.View product page
This standard defines a reference model for standardisation in the field of geographic imagery processing. This reference model identifies the scope of the standardization activity being undertaken and the context in which it takes place. The reference model includes gridded data with an emphasis on imagery. Although structured in the context of information technology and information technology standards, this document is independent of any application development method or technology implementation approach.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 19101.2:2011View product page
This Standard specifies the requirements that are common to the other parts of the AS/NZS 11801 series or ISO/IEC 11801 series. Cabling specified by this standard supports a wide range of services including voice, data, and video that may also incorporate the supply of power. This standard is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 11801-1:2017, Information Technology - Generic cabling for customer premises - Part 1: General requirements and its Technical Corrigendum No. 1 (2018). In New Zealand: AS/NZS 11801.1 in conjunction with ISO/IEC 11801-2, replaces AS/NZS 3080:2013 Information technology - Generic cabling for customer premises (ISO/IEC 11801:2011, MOD), AS/NZS 11801.1 in conjunction with ISO/IEC 11801-3 replaces AS/NZS ISO/IEC 24702:2007 Telecommunications installations - Generic cabling - Industrial premises, AS/NZS 11801.1 in conjunction with ISO/IEC 11801-4 replaces AS/NZS ISO/IEC 15018:2015 Information technology - Generic cabling for homes, AS/NZS 11801.1 in conjunction with ISO/IEC 11801-5, replaces AS/NZS ISO/IEC 24764:2012 Generic cabling systems for data centres
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO/IEC 15018:2005 + amendment, AS/NZS ISO/IEC 24702:2007 + amendment, AS/NZS ISO/IEC 24764:2012 and AS/NZS 3080:2013 + amendmentView product page
This standard establishes a methodology for cross-mapping vocabularies. It also specifies an implementation of AS ISO 19135.1:2018 for the purpose of registering cross-mapped vocabulary entries. Methodologies for the development of ontologies and taxonomies that relate to geographic information and geomatics are not within the scope of this document. This standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19146:2018, Geographic information - Cross-domain vocabularies.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 19146:2011View product page
This standard specifies a concrete, implementable, conformance-testable coverage structure based on the abstract schema for coverages defined in the AS/NZS ISO 19123 schema for coverage geometry. This Standard defines a structure that is suitable for encoding in many encoding formats.This standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19123-2:2018 Geographic information - Schema for coverage geometry and functions - Part 2: Coverage implementation schema.
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Defines the schema required for describing geographic information and services by means of metadata. It provides information about the identification, extent, quality, spatial and temporal aspects, content, spatial reference, portrayal, distribution, and other properties of digital geographic data and services. This part of AS/NZS ISO 19115 is applicable to the cataloguing of all types of resources, clearinghouse activities, and the full description of data sets and services, and geographic services, geographic data sets, data set series, and individual geographic features and feature properties. It defines mandatory and conditional metadata sections, metadata entities, and metadata elements; the minimum set of metadata required to serve most metadata applications (data discovery, determining data fitness for use, data access, data transfer, and use of digital data and services); optional metadata elements to allow for a more extensive standard description of resources, if required; and a method for extending metadata to fit specialized needs. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 19115-2:2019.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 19115.2:2011
Specifies a method for determination of the boiling water resistance of paperboard. It is applicable in particular to the testing of plaster linerboard for use in the manufacture of plasterboard and is derived from the plasterboard manufacturing process. The major change in this revision is to update the identification of one normative reference. No technical changes were made.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.443s:2005
Describes a method for determination of acid-insoluble ('Klason') lignin. This method is similar in principle to TAPPI T 222 and ASTM D1106. The objective of this revision is to establish the correct designation for this Standard: 1301.011, not 1301.11s. No technical revisions have been made.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.11s:2005
Specifies a method for the determination of the roughness of paper and board using the Sheffield apparatus. Adopted with national modifications and reproduced from ISO 8791-3:2017.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.441s:1998
Provides cleaning practitioners, textile floor covering manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, specifiers and consumers with minimum requirements for cleaning maintenance programs and cleaning techniques to enable textile floor coverings to be kept in a good, clean and hygienic condition. The term ‘textile floor covering’ is applicable to broadloom, sheet and modular or tile carpeting. There are five basic systems of textile floor covering cleaning recognized in this standard based on the mechanical action involved in the cleaning process.
Supersedes AS/NZS 3733:1995
Specifies a method for the calculation of light-scattering and light-absorption coefficients based upon diffuse reflectance measurements made under the conditions specified in AS/NZS 1301.510:2016 using the Kubelka-Munk theory. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 9416:2017.View product page
Shows how the IEC dependability suite of standards, formal systems engineering and the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Accounting Standards (IAS) standards can support the requirements of asset management, as described by AS ISO 55000:2014, AS ISO 55001:2014 and AS ISO 55002:2014. Identical to and reproduced from IEC TS 62775:2016.View product page
Gives guidelines for the application of quality management in projects. It is applicable to organisations working on projects of varying complexity, size, and duration. It is also applicable to individual projects or a programme or portfolio of projects, in different environments, and irrespective of the kind of product/service or process involved, with the intention of satisfying project interested parties by introducing quality management in projects. This can necessitate some tailoring of the guidance to suit a particular project. The standard addresses the two concepts of quality management in projects and quality management systems in projects. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 10006:2017.View product page
This Standard provides radiofrequency requirements for constant and non-constant envelope emission digital radio equipment operating in land mobile and fixed services radiofrequency bands in the frequency range 29.7 MHz to 1 GHz with channel spacings of 25 kHz, 12.5 kHz or 6.25 kHz.View product page
Provides guidelines for enhancing an organization’s ability to achieve sustained success. This guidance is consistent with the quality management principles given in AS/NZS ISO 9000:2016. It includes a self-assessment tool to review the extent to which the organization has adopted the concepts in this standard, and is applicable to any organization, regardless of its size, type and activity. Identical with and reproduced from ISO 9004:2018.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO 9004:2011
This amendment applies to the Preface, Clauses 1.1, 1.2, 1.3.56A (new), 1.4, Section 2, Clauses 3.7.1, 3.8, 3.9.1, 3.9.2, 3.11, 4.2.1, 4.2.2 and Appendices A, C, D, E and L (new).View product page
Specifies the minimum technical characteristics and methods of measurement required for portable Very High Frequency (VHF) radiotelephones not providing maritime distress and safety communications functions (i.e. not forming part of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS)) operating in certain frequency bands allocated to the maritime mobile service using either 25 kHz or 25 kHz and 12.5 kHz channels. It also specifies technical characteristics, methods of measurement and required test results. Identical with, and reproduced from, ETSI EN 301 178 V2.2.2 (2017-04).
Together with AS/NZS ETSI EN 301 025:2018 and AS/NZS ETSI EN 302 885:2018, this standard is suitable as a replacement for AS/NZS 4415.1:2003 and AS/NZS 4415.2:2003 which were both withdrawn in 2017.
This amendment applies to the Front cover, Preface and ISO 19115-1:2015/Amd.1:2018.View product page
Defines a conceptual model for address information (address model), together with the terms and definitions that describe the concepts in the model. Lifecycle, metadata, and address aliases are included in the conceptual model. The model is presented in the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The model provides a common representation of address information, independent of actual addressing implementations. It is not intended to replace conceptual models proposed in other specifications, but provides a means to cross-map between different conceptual models for address information and enables the conversion of address information between specifications. The model provides a basis for developing address specifications by individual countries or communities. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 19160-1:2015.View product page
Defines the structure and content of a text string implementation of the abstract model for coordinate reference systems described in ISO 19111 and ISO 19111-2. The string defines frequently needed types of coordinate reference systems and coordinate operations in a self-contained form that is easily readable by machines and by humans. The essence is its simplicity; as a consequence there are some constraints upon the more open content allowed in ISO 19111. To retain simplicity in the well-known text (WKT) description of coordinate reference systems and coordinate operations, the scope of this standard excludes parameter grouping and pass-through coordinate operations. The text string provides a means for humans and machines to correctly and unambiguously interpret and utilise a coordinate reference system definition with look-ups or cross references only to define coordinate operation mathematics. Because it omits metadata about the source of the data and may omit metadata about the applicability of the information, the WKT string is not suitable for the storage of definitions of coordinate reference systems or coordinate operations. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 19162:2015.View product page
This amendment applies to the Preface and Appendix ZZ.View product page