Bildteknik

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 434 (Grafisk teknik)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 4 dec 2017
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This International Standard specifies the requirements for quantifying the carbon footprint of those processes, materials and technologies within the user’s knowledge and control, necessary for the delivery and use of e-media. It covers requirements to account for e-media archiving, distribution, use and storage. It is based on a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) approach, using defined system boundaries and a specified functional unit as the basis for complete or partial carbon footprinting studies. This data can be referenced throughout supply chains for individual e-media. It follows IEC/TC100/TA13 TR 62921/ED2 for quantification methodology for greenhouse gas emissions for computers and monitors.

This international standard is applicable to carbon footprinting study of e-media regarding contents and e-media devices.

Where the results of a carbon footprint study for e-media are intended to be communicated to business and consumers, the communication should follow standards of completeness as defined here and in other ISO standards, such as ISO 14020, Environmental labels and declarations.

This International Standard provides a framework for carbon calculators that organisations can follow, and that can be used as the structure for market or sector-specific carbon footprinting tools. Studies and tools constructed within this framework methodology provide carbon footprint quantifications of e-media that can be validated, verified and provide reference for future studies.

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 434 (Grafisk teknik)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 6 dec 2017
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This International Standard is based on ISO 15076‐1, and describes an expanded profile specification and profile connections that permit a greater flexibility and functionality than ISO 15076‐1. All definitions and requirements in ISO 15076‐1 are therefore in force unless otherwise specified by this document. This document defines minimum structural and operational requirements for writing and reading ICC profiles. Additional workflow requirements and restrictions are defined in domain specific Interoperability Conformance Specification (ICS) documents approved and registered by the ICC.

In this document, some 15076‐1 types have been removed, and others have been added. An ISO 20677 capable CMM should have backwards compatibility with profiles conforming to ISO 15076‐1.

Where the name of a type in this document is the same as a type in ISO 15076‐1, the type definition is based on the ISO 15076‐1 definition. The exception is the definition of the MPE type, which has been expanded.

Where the extensions described in this International Standard are not required in a particular workflow, users should continue to use ISO 15076‐1 as the basis for colour management profiles and architectures.

Ämnesområden: Grafisk teknik: allmänt
Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 434 (Grafisk teknik)
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Svarsdatum: den 15 dec 2017
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This standard defines printing workflow, their requirements as well as evaluation methods for theirtone and colour reproduction. It applies to any printing process using any colourant such as CMYK, CMYK with spot, non CMYK, spot only or multicolour. This standard is refers and points to international or national standards and can be used to define, evaluate and audit any printing workflow in whole or in part.