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With the rise of global environmental awareness, incandescent bulb is banned in various countries successively which drives traditional lighting manufacturers to transform into LED lighting. Aiming for this opportunity, the Taiwanese LED packaging manufacturer, Edison Opto, branches out into filament market and releases 0.8W LED filament.... read more...
Posted by Emily EmilyMadison on led light Oct 11, 2014 7:53 GMT
LED lighting manufacturer, Evluma, offers an optional integrated solar photocontrol and an anti-corrosion coastal materials package as they update the LED AreaMax product line with a sleeker, lighter casting. The new casting increases the LED luminaire's overall architectural appeal while continuing to protect the original,... read more...
Posted by Emily EmilyMadison on led light Oct 11, 2014 7:50 GMT
Posted by Emily EmilyMadison on led light Oct 11, 2014 7:49 GMT
Beethoven may have rolled over, but this month our Trustees turned over. Or at least nearly half of them did. So it was like the first day at school with dazed Trustees, complete with new school bags and over sized school uniforms wandering around and wondering what was going to happen. read more...
Posted by Alan Watts on IET - a VP's Blog Oct 3, 2014 7:48 GMT
Now that the 2013/14 IET Communities session has ended I have collated some of the best content that our Communities have created over the last year. Here is my top 10 but please feel free to add any others in the comments below:   So, in no particular order:   Young Professionals Engineering Challenge London Network (YP Section) In... read more...
FLL Teams show British MPs what it takes to programme a robot. read more...
It's week 4 of the 2014 FLL® World Class℠ Global Challenge season and values are core! read more...
Limbering up for Presidency Just a day to go now at the time I write this before I take over from Barry Brooks as President of the IET. My appointment formally starts on 1 October with my first Trustee meeting and then Presidential Address and runs for a year. In some respects, the process of preparation for Presidency is a long one, for most involving three... read more...
Posted by William Webb on From the President Sep 30, 2014 5:32 GMT
This is the second blog covering contextual material found in the IEE’s World War I Honour Roll, published in 1924.   At the beginning of the Honour Roll volume, before the start of the alphabetical listing of obituaries of members of the IEE who died as a result of the war, there is a 7 page account of the war titled, ‘The Origins and... read more...
It's week 3 of the 2014 FLL® World Class℠ Global Challenge season already.  Coaches be ready! read more...
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Nice ;-) a very engaging bunch of articles!
Welcome and good luck with this challenging & demanding role. Engineering is so important now, especially as many o...
Thanks Alan, it's great for members and staff alike to hear all about what goes on behind the scenes at the Board of Tru...
It would take me forever to list everything you have missed ;) I think it's a credit to our volunteers that we could eas...
I don't know how you limited it to ten! I am already thinking of so much more... The Rural Broadband event that the Sate...
 

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