Factfiles, Position Statements and Briefings
The Institution of Engineering & Technology has drawn upon the expertise of its members to produce a number of factfiles, position statements and briefings on a wide range of topics, including the health effects of mobile phones, nuclear power, colour blindness, RFID, and many more.
These factfiles are designed to provide unbiased information in an informative way for IET members and the general public.
A list of IET Factfiles with brief abstracts can be viewed.
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Contacting the emergency services in the digital age
Demand attentive networks
Emergency services mobile communications programme
Engineering the future of communications - 2013
Education and Skills
Transforming Engineering Education – report on the 1st year of the Engineering Diploma
Studying Stem – what are the barriers?
Engineering & Technology Skills Surveys (2006 - present)
Electrician technician registration in the UK
Energy and Environment
Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for Functional Safety
EMC for Functional Safety Document
Introductory managers guide to EMC for functional safety
Overview of techniques and measures related to EMC for Functional Safety
Health and Safety
Colour Vision Defects Factfile
Health and Safety Briefings (over 70 on various health and safety topics)
Information and Technology
Identity Management: Myths and Realities
Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID)
IT Procurement Best Practice Guidelines
Computer Based Safety Critical Systems
Cloud computing series
Open source software
Unlocking the potential of business and manufacturing
Engineering an industrial strategy
UK manufacturing and the green investment bank
Fostering UK high tech growth through public procurement
Mobile phones, Pylons and Health
Possible Health Effects of Power Lines, Mobile Phones and Base Stations
Position Statement on the Possible Health Effects of Low Level Electromagnetic Fields
Local authority guide to emerging transport technology
Road user charging
Rebound: the unintended consequences of transport policy
The lifestyle implications of electric vehicle adoption
Can we really do more at less cost with the UK road network?
Submissions to government
Consultation in progress
Archive of Submissions to UK government, Devolved Administrations, European Commission and other agencies
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