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Safety in Action is an interactive event for Year 6 children to learn about some of the dangers they may face as they become more independent and prepare for the transition to secondary school. So - please do come forward and help IET Kent deliver this worthwhile event ... just one day of your time will be appreciated.
An intense five-day project management course combining both the foundation and practitioner exams. Delegates can only progress to the practitioner level once the foundation exam has been passed on day three.
Today, the demand for wearable electronic devices, e.g. to monitor blood pressure, body temperature, is growing. This presentation investigates how modern textile technologies can be used to create such wearable textiles Today, .
Machine Doctor is a term to describe those engineers uses non-destructive (NDT) advanced and sophisticated technologies to do predictive analysis on the building services system and its operation conditions.
The following aspects will be shared in the webinar: -
· How Guided wave Testing (GWT) been adopted to identify Building’s blood vessels (pipes) condition?
· How Vibration Analysis (VA) been adopted by local developers, government institutions?
· IoT in checking the heartbeats, breaths and pulses of commercial and government Buildings, as well as predictive analytics
· The role of an Innovation Manager in Facilities Management and Engineering firms