International Instrument Users' Association - WIB
1963. Previously a constituent organization of U-XE3051 - International Instrumentation Evaluation Agreement Group (IIEAG), the other members of the group being G-XK0487 - Evaluation International (EI) and U-XK1466 - Users' Association of Measurement, Regulation and Automation Equipments. Cooperates with EI, EXERA and NAMUR under the name NEWE.
Provide tools enabling the use of quality process control instruments; stimulate development and availability of improved automation technology; encourage improvements in instrumentation; sponsor and undertake instrument evaluation programmes and produce guidance documents for members.
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General Assembly (annual); Advisory Board; Executive Committee; Working Groups (11).
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