IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

The IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES) is a Society of the IEEE.

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IEEE Industrial Electronics Society - History of The Society
... February 21, 1951 - First meeting of the IRE Industrial Electronics Group May 8, 1951 - Name change to IRE Professional Group on Industrial ... August 22, 1963 - The merger of the PG-IE and the GCI into Professional Group on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation (PG-IECI) was approved by the ... had been only a sponsored session at the Industry Applications Society Conference March 20, 1978 - Name change to Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation Society (IECIS) June, 1982 - Name change to ...

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