Ministry of Industry and Information Technology: In 2019, significant progress has been made in the construction of blockchain standards, and the National Blockchain and Distributed Computing Technology Standardization Committee will be established in 2020.

Source: Chinanews

Dong Dajian, deputy director of the Information Technology Development Department of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, said on the 9th that significant progress has been made in the development of standards in the field of blockchain in China in 2019, and that the National Blockchain and Distributed Computing Technology Standardization Committee will be established in 2020.

53B2126C1B9A437FB9FCABF929D1A5EB The 12th Electronic Information Industry Standards Promotion Conference and Information Technology Service Standards Annual Conference (2020) was held in Beijing on the 9th. Dong Dajian introduced that in 2019, significant progress has been made in the development of standards in the blockchain field. The Blockchain and Distributed Computing Technology Standardization Committee was approved for construction. A number of group standards have been issued. One national standard, and nearly ten industry standards have been approved. Participate in the international standardization work of institutions such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and lead the development of international standards such as the blockchain reference architecture.

Dong Dajian said that in 2020, the National Blockchain and Distributed Computing Technology Standardization Committee should be prepared to accelerate the formulation of urgently needed standards.

In the field of electronic information, 10 international standards led by China were officially released in 2019, and the development of the English and Japanese versions of lithium-ion battery safety standards was organized to promote the internationalization of Chinese standards.

Ren Aiguang, Deputy Director of the Electronic Information Department of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, introduced that in 2020, the Electronic Information Department will continue to advance standardization in key areas, focusing on key areas such as smart manufacturing, green manufacturing, ultra-high definition, smart healthy retirement, virtual augmented reality, and cross-border integration Further enhance the overall support of standards for the high-quality development of key industries, strengthen the construction and application of standards systems such as artificial intelligence and drones, promote the implementation of standards through supply-side reforms and applications, and promote the deep integration of informationization and industrialization. (Finish)