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We Want To Hear From You! Nominate An Engineer Or Technologist 7291

We're celebrating the impact of engineers and technologists who have changed the world or are revolutionising it now! We want to know who you think should be recognised on our ultimate list. Find out more...   

Added by Charlotte Hounsom Blog IET Insights 23/07/2021
Tune In To The IET’s Engineering Open House Day Live This Friday 7289

School’s out and from 10am until 3pm this Friday, 23 July, the IET will be hosting its first ever Engineering Open House Day show - live! Packed full of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) fun for children and their families, the interactive show aims to inspire young people to open their eyes to the world of engineering and technology and ...

Added by IET Editorial Blog IET Insights 21/07/2021
Quality Attenuation On Broadband Services (IET Anglian Coastal Local Network). 7279

"If customers don't notice the difference, then they won't want pay for more" explained Gavin Young MIEEE FIET, Head of Fixed Access, Centre of Excellence at Vodafone Group Technology at the 'Quality Attenuation and its Impact on Broadband Service Assurance' webinar organised by the IET Anglian Coastal Local Network hosted by Kevin Foster.

Added by Rimesh Patel Blog The Cyber Lens 12/07/2021
Cyber Threats Facing Legacy Control Systems (IET Scotland South West Network) 7272

"Responsible engineers need to start to promote cyber resilient systems" explained Nathan Dale, Senior Electrical Engineer from Mott MacDonald, at the 'Cyber Threats Facing Legacy Control Systems' webinar presented by the IET Scotland South West Network.

Added by Rimesh Patel Blog The Cyber Lens 24/06/2021
Sharing Your Insight 7268

We’re excited to tell you about a new area for you to share your thoughts with the community...

Added by Elizabeth Morgan Blog Online Community News 23/06/2021
Time Travel - How We Keep Time Across The Modern World (IET Ireland Local Network). 7257

Dr Jacquline walker, provided an insightful account of how time keeping began, and how over the decades, measurements and observations of time have progressed, from movement of the sun around objects, through to the use of atomic clocks, and now why GPS still remains the choice of satellite coordination.

Added by Rimesh Patel Blog The Cyber Lens 31/05/2021

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