On 3 February 2020, Frans Vreeswijk officially handed over the reins of the IEC to his successor Philippe Metzger.We have asked Vreeswijk to outline what he sees as major achievements during the eight...
The brain contains about 100 billion microscopic cells called neurons which together can generate enough electricity to power a low-wattage bulb. Scientists, researchers as well as forward-looking...
Hospitals quickly locate equipment required for surgery to ensure it is clean, safe and ready for use. Intelligent sports balls can capture data which help players learn and improve their game, while...
e-tech was present at this year's Consumer Electronics Show which took place in Las Vegas from 7 to 10 January 2020.
Historically, IT systems and their governing standards were based on well understood environments. Early approaches emphasized performance for a specific problem definition. For instance, going back a...
What lies in the future for IEC Technical Committee 100? Ulrike Haltrich, its new Chair, gives us a preview.
Reserve a table, purchase a plane ticket, pay a bill and receive...
IEC and ISO develop international standards for AI. SC 42, the...
As more businesses incorporate AI technologies to improve their...
New IEC Standard to accelerate the scaling up of hydrogen and fuel cell energy storage systems
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