ISO TC 184 Automation systems and integration
The scope of ISO TC 184 is “Standardization in the field of automation systems and their integration for design, sourcing, manufacturing and delivery, support, maintenance and disposal of products and their associated services. Areas of standardization include information systems, robotics for fixed and mobile robots in industrial and specific non-industrial environments, automation and control software and integration technologies.
The committee is organized into four sub-committees:
TC 184/SC 1 Physical device control
TC 184/SC 2 Robots and robotic devices
TC 184/SC 4 Industrial data
TC 184/SC 5 Architecture, communications and integration frameworks
Membership in the US TAG to ISO TC 184 and its subcommittees
U.S. technical experts to the ISO committees are organized in Technical Advisory Groups (TAG), they formulate the U.S. position on the ISO TC matters and these are formally submitted by ANSI, as the U.S. voting member, to ISO. Any individual or organization based in the United States of America that has an interest in standards is encouraged to participate through the ANSI accredited Technical Advisors Group (TAG). ECCMA is the ANSI accredited administrator of the US TAG to TC 184 and its subcommittees SC 4 and SC 5. Members of the US TAG have access to all working documents related to the ISO standards developed by the committees as well as all liaison reports. Members are eligible for nomination as U.S. experts to international ISO committee meetings and may review, comment and vote on all standards under development.
Note: The US does not currently participate in SC 1. The USTAG for SC 2 is administered by RIA.
There is an annual fee payable by all individual or organizations participating in the US TAG to cover the administration of the TAG by ECCMA and ANSI.. Membership renewals are to be completed by January 1st of every year.
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* As many members may wish to join in more than one TAG, the fee to join all three U.S. TAGs (ISO/TC 184, SC 4 and SC 5) will be a single fee of $10,000.
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To join the US TAG or for enquiries related to the US TAG, please email the US TAG Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org)