Robert E. Parks
This month we focus on more global issues of standardization and consider some of these issues as they relate to ophthalmic optics. There are presently two international efforts being pursued in optics standardization—one a truly international effort sponsored by ISO and the other a European-based effort run by CEN that is motivated by the 1992 free market plan for Europe.
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Publish Date: 01 August 1991
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