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Andy will provide an update and review of the transformational plans, capabilities and outcomes from 5G deployments in the UK. 5G networks are already enabling a step change in the range and capability of innovative applications from IoT to robotics. That pace of change is due to accelerate as 5G moves from its initial enhanced mobile broadband phase to deliver ultra-reliable and low latency communications along with massive machine type connectivity.
Following 28 years of consecutive success, IET is pleased to announce the return of the Safety-Critical Systems Course taking place on 16-18 June 2020 at Wyboston Lakes |Training Centre, Bedfordshire, UK.
The webinar on Electromagnetic Waves takes an historical perspective to explain how a variety of basic experiments with magnets, electrical currents and electrical circuits gave rise to a series of simple rules defining how electrical and magnetic phenomena behave and how they are fundamentally interlinked.
Power electronics is key to the electric vehicle revolution, not only for the drive-train traction technology at the heart of the EV but also for charging the large energy storage batteries - the 'fuel tank' of the vehicle. Dr Iain Mosely a specialist power electronics consultant at Electronic Minds Ltd.