Issue 1 • 21 Jan. 1993
The systems used in a modern military aircraft are so complex that the aircrew generally need the help of high-quality expert systems to do their job properly. Here, the author describes how a modern fighter's sensors produce more information than one person can possibly comprehend in real time. He shows how artificial intelligence techniques offer the key to filtering and presenting the informati... View full abstract»
Electricity metering is not what it was. In the past few years, advances in technology have brought dramatic changes; the traditional electromechanical meters, and associated time switches, are being replaced by microprocessor-based meters, with a variety of sensors, used to measure directly or indirectly the amount of energy consumed. These new types of meter are very versatile, supporting such f... View full abstract»
That icon of technology, the passenger jet, was one of the last places in the developed world in which it was impossible to make a telephone call. Now this bastion of isolation is succumbing to digital technology. In-flight passenger telephone services, known generically as airborne public correspondence (APC), have now become an established fact of air travel. Here, the author describes how there... View full abstract»
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Published from 1988-2006, IEE Review was the IEE's flagship magazine featuring analysis, news, innovation announcements, job advertisements and careers advice. The coverage was wide and aimed at professionals in all areas of engineering and technology, including the key industry sectors of communications, control and automation, electronics, management, IT, manufacturing and power.