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International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

Dr Bragagni is a member of IEC- International Electrotechnical Commission, and of MSB-Market Strategy Board, composed of 15 top-level technology officers appointed from leading industries all over the world.

The IEC is a global, not-for-profit membership organization that brings together more than 170 countries and coordinates the work of 20 000 experts globally.

The IEC was founded on 26-27 June 1906 in London, UK. Ever since it has made electrical and electronic technologies safer, more efficient and reliable

The last two decades of the 20th century saw the IEC continue to address new technologies as they emerged, creating new technical committees to prepare standards for lightning protection, fibre optics, ultrasonics, wind turbine systems, and design automation.

Keeping pace with the rapid technological developments of the 21st century, the IEC created new technical committees for fuel cell technologies, methods to assess electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields associated with human exposure, including for 5G; avionics, electronic displays, nanotechnology, marine energy generation, solar thermal electric plants, printed electronics, electrical energy storage systems, wearable electronic devices, personal e-transporters, and more.

Dr Maurizio Bragagni is playing a leading role within the following IEC fields of interest:

  • Standardisation
  • Education on technology
  • Lean mobility