Last month the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers announced their new Transportation Electrification Initiative, together with the accompanying IEEE Transportation Electrification Web Portal. According to the IEEE:
The IEEE TE Web Portal is intended as a resource for manufacturers, engineers, computer scientists, researchers, policymakers, educators, academics, and governments, as well as consumers and other stakeholders interested in learning about various aspects of transportation electrification.
which covers a non trivial percentage of the population of the planet! The IEEE then goes on to itemise the resources they intend to make available:
The IEEE TE Web Portal is the go-to source for articles and technical publications related to transportation electrification. It is also a dedicated resource for news items on the latest TE developments happening around the world; updates on standards and standards projects; and educational conferences and events. Additionally, it offers a roster of companies, universities, government institutions, IEEE Societies, and industry associations essential to the development and deployment of electric vehicles and electrified transportation.
All in all a treasure trove for those of us:
Drawn together with one common passion; to make Transportation Electrification a reality.
As one example of the sort of educational material the IEEE is making available through their new portal, here’s a brief video on the topic of “Hybrid and Plug-In Vehicle Systems”:
Will that be sufficient to persuade you to join the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society and/or purchase the VTS video lecture being advertised?