Regional Conference on Open Standards:
The Key to an Open ICT Ecosystem
Bangkok, Thailand, May 2-4, 2006.
Thai IT Standards
Related to Thai IT Standards
- Basic Concept of
The Thai Language (writing/displaying and printing) by
Kitti Kosavisutte, ZzzThai
Group, University of Electro-communications, Japan.
- Thai Language
Page by Dr.Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong, Thammasat University.
- The Keyboard Layouts and
Input Method of the Thai Language By Dr.Thaweesak Koanantakool
- Keynote Lecture for the first International Symposium on
Standardization of Multilingual Information Technology, Singapore,
26th-27th May 1997. Multilingual
Information Technology Initiatives in Thailand By Dr.Thaweesak
Koanantakool. Country Report by
Dr.Thaweesak Koanantakool, Dr.Chularat Tanprasert and Dr.Chonchanok
- Character codes and
Input/Output method for the Thai language By Dr.Thaweesak
Koanantakool and Adshariya Agsorn-intara (1994)
- IT and Open Systems Standards By
Dr.Thaweesak Koanantakool (1993)
- The Fate of Thai Localisation from
the Bangkok Post Annual Information Technology Directory 1992 (May 10, 1992)
by Trin Tantsetthi, a senior advisor to NECTEC
- An annotated
reference to the Thai implementations by Trin Tantsetthi
- Standardization and Implementations of Thai
Language (with transparent sheets) by
Theppitak Karoonboonyanan, presented at the Seminar on Enhancement of the
International Standardization Activities in Asia Pacific Region (AHTS-1)
held on at CICC, Japan, in March 1999.
The seminar was organized by JSA and CICC, Japan.
- Special Lecture for the for the fourth International Symposium on
Standardization of Multilingual Information Technology (MLIT-4), Yangon,
Myanmar, 27th-28th October, 1999.
Standard : Readiness and Opportunities by Dr. Thaweesak Koanantakool.
Country Report titled
Standardization Activities and Open Source
Movements in Thailand by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan and
Dr. Thaweesak Koanantakool.
The symposium was organized by AIST/MITI (Japan), CICC (Japan),
and Myanmar Computer Federation (MCF, Myanmar). The theme was GII/GIS for
Equal Language Opportunity.
Locale web page by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan, SLL, NECTEC.
The Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) is
the national standard body of Thailand to create, enforce and promote all kinds of
industrial standards. The list below are important links to the published Thai Industrial
Standards (TIS) documents which mat be of your interest:
in Asian Countries
Registrars and Related Information
This section contains pointers to important web sites which are operating some kind of
registration services, draft standard development, hypermedia development. If you find
better sources, please inform us.
mirrored at this web server:
- HTML 2.0 Standard
- HTML 3.0 Specification
- HTML 4.0 Specification
- World Wide Web Consortium is the place to go if
you are looking for the latest information on emerging standards on User Interface: covering HTML, Style Sheets, Graphics, Internationalization and
Localization, and international Fonts.
- Technology and Society
aspects of the WWW (also from W3C): covering the Platform for Internet Content Selection
[PICS] and other solutions to help parental controls of Internet contents. Other
topics cover: Digital
Signature Initiative [DSig], Joint
Electronic Payment Initiative [JEPI], Privacy and Demographics, Accessibility for Persons with
Disabilities, and Intellectual Property
- WWW Consortium Architecture
Domain for enhancing the infrastructure of the Web and increasing its automation: It
features new standards on HTTP, Replication and Caching, Addressing (URLs), SGML,
Distributed Object Technology, Realtime Audio/Video.
- W3C Recommendation to
Reduce 'World Wide Wait': HTTP 1.1, CSS1
and PNG Can Make the Web As Much As 2-8 Times Faster.
- Directory to World's Top Level Domain (TLD) Name
- Generic domains are the newest group of domain names
and are generally available to all individuals and businesses on the Internet. Some, like
.firm, .store, .rec, .info and .nom, are under development by the International Ad Hoc Committee. These are not yet
available, and may not become available until 1998.
- RFC2130 The Report of the
IAB Character Set Workshop. This report details the conclusions of an IAB-sponsored
invitational workshop held 29 February - 1 March, 1996, to discuss the use of character sets on the Internet.
Internet Standards - pointers to
resources maintained by TISI.
Standards on IT
Center For Standards (CFS) Document Library on
the World Wide Web Standards Organized by Standards Organization
Information in the section below is collected at NECTEC TTL (Telecommunication
Technology Laboratory) https://ctl77.nectec.or.th: