operational team DLMS UA
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operational boards DLMS UA
DLMS UA has three operational boards that are an integral part of the association, and cover a range of topics, including strategy, technical and qualification.
Operational boards meet on a regular basis to discuss and make recommendations on issues related to their area of focus. They are comprised of both board members and non-board members, and they are led by a chair who is responsible for setting the agenda and ensuring that the committee’s work is aligned with the association’s mission and objectives.
The DLMS UA Strategy Board is responsible for developing and implementing strategies that advance the association’s mission and goals.
It’s primary goal is to liaise with other standardization organizations and ensure the most appropriate coordination.
Additionally, it identifies opportunities for growth and innovation and establishes guidelines for the DLMS UA geographical development. It also follows market and technology trends, identifies convergences and proposes standardization directions and works closely with other operational boards and the board of directors to ensure that the association’s activities are aligned with its overall strategy.
The DLMS UA Technical Board is responsible for implementing the DLMS UA technical roadmap and promoting the advancement of technical knowledge and best practices. It actively participates in technology watch, oversees technical content of DLMS UA specifications, and leads work program roadmaps for DLMS UA Working Groups. It ensures alignment with the DLMS UA strategic roadmap and approves work programs, deliverables, and proper release of the DLMS UA core specifications. It contributes technically to the liaisons with other standardization bodies, and reviews and recommends technical literature for digital publication.
The DLMS UA Qualification Board is responsible for defining the DLMS UA Qualification Program strategy and supervises its implementation. It defines and maintains the DLMS UA Qualification Requirements and implements the qualification process for compliance and compatibility certifications. It also defines specifications for the certification test tools, licensing policy, and accredit laboratories providing certification services and experts offering accredited training services.