29 January 2016
Ground breaking engineers are celebrated in the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) two brand new exhibitions at its newly reopened London headquarters, Savoy Place.
The displays of ‘126 most influential engineers’ and ‘100 engineering ideas that changed the world’ honour a range of engineers, past and present, from around the world. Both exhibitions celebrate the achievements of those who have dramatically improved the quality of our lives over the years with innovative ideas and problem solving capabilities.
All of those featured across the two showcases are considered as having an impact on human kind and as reflecting the development of engineering over the 144 year history of the IET. The innovations featured in the ‘100 engineering ideas that changed the world’ were also voted for by IET members.
Other engineers presented in the two displays, include Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, physicist Albert Einstein and inventor Edwin Howard Armstrong.
The showcases come among several other new features such as the digital chandelier and live video wall as part of the re-opening of Savoy Place following a £30 million refurbishment of the building.
Simon Timmis, Senior Marketing Manager for IET Venues and Events commented: “The development of these exhibits is hugely exciting for all involved. It represents and celebrates the best in engineering accomplishments and reminds us of the huge positive impact that technological invention can have. We are very much looking forward to showcasing it as it provides a fantastic backdrop for conferences and events, and is really what sets us apart from other venues in London.”
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