and Europe to aid development of next-generation vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication technologies; Ford also is working closely with governments, standards organizations and other global automakers to develop harmonized standards to accelerate deployment of this technology Ford Motor Company's (NYSE: F) commitment to development and deployment of vehicle-to-vehicle communications extends to a real-world test site in Ann Arbor, Mich.
What does HS stand for?
HS stands for Harmonized Standard
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- Harlem Shake (dance)
- Harmonic Sampling (communication systems)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Global Harmonized Standard.
The approach offered by the Council was to begin with a steering committee of influential produce business leaders, particularly those representing organizations that were requiring their suppliers to have specific food safety audits, and assure that they would agree to accept a harmonized standard if it was developed.
Once in place, the agreement would mean that products complying with either the NPA or NaTrue standard would be recognized by each body as compliant with their harmonized standards, the organizations announced yesterday.
Interoperability Mechanisms Investigate the harmonized standards and certification criteria to understand what is expected.
Legal Relevance of a Harmonized Standard and Related Issues The HSPR community is understandably concerned about legal liability that may flow from a privacy breach.
Harmonized standards are at the core of interoperability, but even with standards there are many other factors in achieving interoperability, he said.
To meet these requirements, manufacturers use harmonized standards that are updated on a regular basis.