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Description:IET Events Delivering insight and debate into the key topics affecting engineers and technicians across the globe COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update - To maintain the safety of our members, volunteers, staff and everyone we work with, we have taken the decision to cancel or postpone all IET in-person events for the foreseeable future. However, we have a huge range of virtual events that we would be delighted to welcome you to – please see our event listing below or visit our webinar hub for more information. If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com or view the more detailed statement on the IET The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Institution of Engineering and Technology Hong Kong will be held at 7pm on Monday, 28 December 2020 virtually. Only IET Members are allowed for participation in this event. View Event The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Institution of Engineering and Technology Hong Kong will be held at 7pm on Monday, 28 December 2020 virtually. Only IET Members are allowed for participation in this event. View Event 5G is the new generation of wireless technology View Event Occupational health and safety in the work place is always a major concern for all organisations. Having an occupational health and safety management system will help you to protect your most important asset; your people. ISO 45001 provides a robust set of requirements designed for improving workplace safety in organisations and supply chains, with the aim of reducing workplace injury and illness. ISO 45001 replaces BS OHSAS 18001, the widely implemented former British standardfor workplace health and safety. It is anticipated that organisations currently certified to BS OHSAS 18001 will need to migrate to ISO 45001 within three years of the new standard’s publication.This webinar will introduces you to the ISO high level structure for management systemstandards and explores the differences between OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO45001:2018. View Event This introductory session aims to provide you with the basic skills to be more assertive, to ensure that your opinions are counted and that you can take control of your work/life balance. View Event This talk looks at the development of the Bright Spark radar, the imagery it produces and the post-processing to further improve image quality or detect changes that are invisible to optical sensors. View Event About this event:July 20, 1969: Neil Armstrong was in the final stages of the Lunar descent, just a few thousand feetabove the surface, when suddenly his onboard computer indicated a critical alarm. For three nailbitingseconds it looked as if the mission would have to be aborted. However, Armstrong was given a go to continue, and after several more alarms the Eagle touched down safely on the Moon. Robertwill introduce the amazing hardware and software that made up the Apollo Guidance Computer, walkyou through the landing procedure step-by-step, and talk about the pioneering design principles thatwere used to make the landing software robust against any failure. Finally, he will explain theproblems that occurred during the Apollo 11 landing and show you how the Apollo GuidanceComputer played its part in saving the mission. View Event Taking you from “Working the Room” to “Working the Zoom”, 1 hour presentation by Will Kintish View Event A panel discussion covering the fundamentals of Technology Transfer, including what it is, the path from research to commercialisation and how academia, industry and governments can collaborate to promote economic development. View Event In this talk we will see images of great beauty and detail some of these images including a 2 million second exposure and discover what they tell us about our Universe. View Event Given the increasing links between research funding and government policy, it is ever more important that the Computing Science Research and Education Communities engage with Westminster and regional governments View Event GPS and other Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) have become a critical component in determining your location and helping you navigate. However what are your options if access to GNSS is not possible? View Event 2020 The Institution of Engineering and Technology. The Institution of Engineering and Technology is registered as a Charity in England & Wales (no 211014) and Scotland (no SC038698) p> strong>COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update /strong> /p> p>To maintain the safety of our members, volunteers, staff and everyone we work with, we have taken the decision to cancel or postpone all IET in-person events for the foreseeable future. /p> p>However, we have a huge range of virtual events that we would be delighted to welcome you to – please see our event listing below or visit our a href= https://www.theiet.org/impact-society/technical-webinars/ >webinar hub /a> for more information. If you have any queries, please contact a href= mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >email@example.com /a> or view the more detailed statement on the IET homepage. /p> /div>" />
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