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Chinese invention becomes int’l standard

(People's Daily Overseas Edition)

16:39, January 18, 2012

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

In 2011, the Container-RFID System independently researched and developed by Bao Qifan, a national model worker with the Shanghai International Port Group became an international standard ultimately.

It was the first international standard in the areas of logistics and the Internet of Things, initiated, drafted and led by a Chinese expert since China started to participate in activities of the International Organization for Standardization.

An official from the Standardization Administration of China said that China's capacity and levels of practically participation in international standardization activities have been improving in recent years.

A total of 237 international standards, like the Container-RFID System, proposed and drafted by China have been approved by international standardization organizations and 109 of them have been officially issued, covering various areas including energy, environment, health, maritime technologies, low-carbon technologies, equipment manufacturing, social administration and culture.

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