How is a DIN SPEC drawn up?
The economic success of a good idea depends on how long it takes to reach the market. A DIN SPEC is the fastest way for turning research into a marketable product. Drawn up in small working groups, or "workshops", DIN SPECs can be published within only a few months. These workshops are excellent for exchanging ideas with other market participants.
Anyone can initiate work on and/or participate in the development of a DIN SPEC, including companies, organizations, research institutes and private individuals. DIN's job is to make sure that a DIN SPEC does not conflict with any existing standards or rules of procedure. With its international contacts, Beuth Verlag makes sure DIN SPECs are published and sold to a wide circle of customers.
How you can draw up a DIN SPEC:
- Contact us for free consultation
- Submit your idea - DIN will check out its potential as a DIN SPEC for free
- If accepted, work then begins in the form of a kick-off meeting
- At least three independent authors are required
- The content is drawn up in workshops
- Beuth Verlag publishes the DIN SPEC