International Instrumentation Evaluation Agreement Group (IIEAG)
1 Dec 1982, as International Instrument Users' Associations (SIREP-WIB-EXERA). Original acronym is still often used. Ceased to exist when U-XK1466 - Users' Association of Measurement, Regulation and Automation Equipments, G-XK0487 - Evaluation International (EI) and G-XK0497 - International Instrument Users' Association - WIB resigned as an Agreement Group of H-XD2631 - European Organisation for Conformity Assessment (EOTC).
Encourage improvement in the quality of instrumentation and control equipment for use in industry.
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Management Committee, comprising 2 senior representatives each of, and coordinating activities of, 3 constituent organizations which operate autonomously: Evaluation International (EI) - the trade name of 'International Instrument Users' Association'; International Instrument Users' Association - WIB; Association des exploitants d'équipements de mesure, de régulation et d'automatisme (EXERA).
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