A body operating in the field of technical standardization, located in Milan and founded in 1921

UNI is the Italian National Unification Body, which performs activities in all business, commercial, and services sectors and participates, on behalf of Italy, to the legislative activity of the international standardization bodies, such as the ISO.

UNI is a non-profit association located in Milan.

Its purpose is to carry out standardization activities, that is studying, developing, approving, publishing and making available voluntary application documents – standards, technical specifications, technical reports and reference practices – in order to coordinate the efforts for the improvement and standardization of products, services, persons and organizations, with the goal of simplifying planning, production and distribution, by guaranteeing safe and quality performance, respect for the environment and protection of consumers and workers, in all economic, production and social sectors.

Link to the website:  https://www.uni.com/

‣ News

TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2022

ESA Ministerial Conference: Urso, agreement with France and Germany on the future of European launchers ‣

The Minister: this is how we build the European strategic autonomy MORE...

SATURDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2022

Artemis 1: ArgoMoon captured photos of the Earth and Moon ‣

NASA's Artemis 1 mission, carrying ArgoMoon, the satellite of the Italian Space Agency, developed and operated by Argotec, took off from NASA's Kennedy Space Centre on 16 November 2022 MORE...

FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2022

LICIACube: here come the first images captured by an Italian satellite in the deep space ‣

The Italian Space Agency and the company Argotec have released the first pictures taken by LICIACube, the only satellite involved in the NASA’s planetary defense mission, DART MORE...

TUESDAY 30 AUGUST 2022

Release of the Executive Summary of the International Mars Ice Mapper Measurement Definition Team ‣

ASI, CSA, JAXA and NASA are very pleased to release the Executive Summary of the International Mars Ice Mapper (I-MIM) Measurement Definition Team
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