ISO is the English acronym for an organization whose full name is International Organization for Standardization.
The ISO is the world's largest international organization for standardization.It was founded on 23 February 1947, and its predecessor was the International Federation of International Standardization Societies (ISA), which was founded in 1928 and it was responsible for standardization activities in all other fields except electrical and electronics.
The ISO states that its purpose is " to promote the development of standardization and its related activities in the world to facilitate the international exchange of goods and services and cooperation in the intellectual, scientific, technological and economic fields.”
ISO is an international standardization organization, whose members consists of national standardization groups from more than 100 countries in the world. The national organization representing China in the ISO is the State Technical Administration of Supervision (CSBTS).