"You first need to digitise your unstructured data" explained Su Butcher from the Editorial Board, at the 'Digitisation For Construction Product Manufacturers' panel discussion webinar organised by the IET SEP Team and thefis.org.
Timothy Lanfear, NVIDIA’s European solution architecture and engineering team, gave an account of what Artificial Intelligence means for hardware processing and how it will be pivotal going forward to all industries, at the IET Cambridge Local Network webinar evening lecture.
"In an Operational Technology environment, JML processes are different compared to a regular operations" explained Alistair Macrae, ICS Cyber Security Consultant at Claroty during the 'Securing remote access to operational technology (OT)' webinar organised by the E&T Webinar Team.
Bob Stuart from MQA, gave deep-insights in understanding if digital audio is as good as it can be, during an online lecture jointly organised by the AES UK Section Cambridge Group and IET Cambridge Local Network. His talk explained that by better defining objects we can achieve better sound recording and playback abilities. He started by explaining ...
"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.
"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.