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Available Now! Resilience, Security & Risk in Transport a special interest publication from the IET Transport Sector. Essential reading for transport professionals and engineers. A collection of technical papers including:
Published in December 2013, priced £45 (20% discount available for IET members).
Papers will also be available online on a pay per paper basis January 2014.
View information, case studies, insights and interviews on key topics the Transport Sector is currently focusing on.
View on-camera interviews with experts on subjects including efficient design for transport systems and electric vehicles.
This factfile examines the issues behind transport policy and technology and their unintended consequences on various aspects of the transport system as a whole.
This factfile examines what can be done at less cost with the UK road network to achieve transport policy objectives such as reducing congestion, accidents and emissions.
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The IET Transport Sector, Parsons Brinckerhoff and HS2 Ltd are collaborating on a programme of knowledge dissemination related to the rail system design of the proposed new UK high speed railway line – HS2. The collaboration aims to share the technical knowledge, innovations and challenges of delivering a large scale transport project.
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The IET represents the views of its members on a wide range of professional and technological issues.
14 February 2014
Location-based services on mobile devices used to be the preserve of app-happy shoppers and geo-social networking. Now, their usefulness is being explored for more serious – even mission critical – situations.
13 February 2014
Digital signage and display screen technologies are getting closer together – and are now integral to helping us find our way in the world.
10 February 2014
The Swiss rail network's reputation for efficiency and punctuality owes much to British engineering. We talk to Diccon Bewes, whose book 'Slow Train to Switzerland' explains why.
One of the UK’s nuclear submarines will undergo an unscheduled re-fuelling after a potential problem was uncovered by a test reactor.
A new engineering prize for universities and research institutions in sub-Saharan African countries has been launched by RAEng.
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