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Automotive Electronics Systems Innovation Network (AESIN)

AESIN is a collaborative, non-profit, response to the Automotive Sector Revolution in complex Electronic Systems enabling technology for the more Electric Connected and Automated vehicles of tomorrow.

With roots in the Electronics Deep Tech sector AESIN aims to be the home for OEMs, Tier 1 Systems integrators, Component and Software companies, infrastructure providers, insurers, local authorities, government agencies and anyone seeking to embrace next generation Automotive Electronics innovation.

Our aim is to help create an environment where the best innovators in the world can meet to develop and deliver world class Automotive Electronic enabling technologies of the vehicles of the future.

AESIN facilitates collaborative innovation, expert knowledge and best practice sharing with endorsement of the Automotive Council UK and Government. In addition to supporting the Automotive Council UK consensus road-mapping we drive collaborative activity through our core Workstreams.

Bodo's Power Systems

Launched in June 2006, Bodo's Power Systems magazine serves the power electronics markets worldwide for systems design engineers. Today our printed magazine reaches a highly specialized audience of 22.000 readers 12 times a year. Over 18.000 registered web users follow us online and read our bi-weekly newsletters. Using our strength and global understanding of the power electronics market, Bodo's Power Systems is the publication focused exclusively on the technical needs of power electronics engineers.



E+T is the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) award-winning magazine brand. It covers multi-disciplinary multi-sector aspects with exclusive news, features, and analysis.

Sent in print to 146,500 IET members the magazine also provides articles and up-to-the-minute news online, a daily email newsletter which is delivered to 70,000 people, white papers and webinars available to everyone covering both thought opinion style and niche technical topics.

E+T Jobs has a vibrant recruitment board and the E+T Innovation Awards celebrates our pioneers.

Everything PE

everything PE is a new website for the Power Electronics Industry. We keep engineers up to date with the latest news, products, white papers, and upcoming events in the Power Electronics Industry. The everything PE editorial team works hard to ensure that every product release and relevant news story in the Power Electronics sector is added to the site. The products are ordered by relevance and launch date, so users get to see the latest products that meet their requirements. Users can then download the datasheet of a product or request a quotation via everything PE. The quotations are directly routed to the sales contract at the relevant company. In addition to this, it is also, routed to distributors/sales representatives who will be able to quote this product. Our proprietary algorithm sends the inquiry to the relevant distributors/sales representatives based on the location of the user. So if an inquiry is generated from California it will be sent to the manufacturer and their sales reps/distributors for California. Or if an Inquiry is generated from UK, will be sent to the manufacturer and their distributor in UK.


GAMBICA is the UK trade association for instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory technology. Our insight and influence help our members to be more competitive by increasing their knowledge and impact. Together we remove barriers and maximise the market potential in our industry.

The IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) focuses specifically on the unique needs of industry and commerce. IAS is a source of professional power to its nearly 14,000 worldwide members. Through a network of over 370 chapters globally, regional events and national and international conferences, the society keeps members abreast of current developments in the area of technology in electricity and electronics. IAS enriches both its individual members and the industry as a whole through the sharing of specific industry-related solutions.

WISE Campaign

In 1984 the Engineering Council collaborated with the Equal Opportunities Commission to launch the Women in to Science and Engineering (WISE). WISE enables and promotes the participation, contribution and success of women in the UK STEM workforce. Our mission will:

  • Inspire every girl to envision a future in STEM
  • Empower all women to enter, remain and progress in their STEM careers
  • Lead our network of organisations to facilitate collaboration and amplify best practice
  • Share insight and knowledge to enable our partners to harness the benefits of diverse talent
  • Create a sense of belonging for everyone in STEM