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This Policy Brief summarises the key findings of the international Round Robin for Variable Speed Drives.
Policy Brief – Coordination between IEC and ISO standards for efficient electric motor driven systems
This policy brief explains the significance of an ISO (International Organisation for Standardization) / IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) Joint Advisory Group (JAG 22) established in October 2021.
This report, available in Chinese, proposes policy options for the international alignment of technical standards and minimum energy performance standards for pumps, fans and compressors.
This report, available in Chinese, describes existing standards and regulations for pumps, fans and compressors.
This Policy Brief shows the key findings of the EMSA report Classification of digitalisation technologies for electric motor driven systems.
This Policy Brief gives an overview on the work of the 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex (EMSA)
This report by EMSA provides a classification of different digitalisation technologies applied for motor systems. The following technologies are analysed: sensors, Internet of Things, intelligent control, data analytics, real-time monitoring, artificial intelligence, digital twins, cloud based services, augmented reality, additive manufacturing, robotics, drones.
This Policy Brief summarises the key findings of a global survey on digitalisation in motor systems.
The report summarises the results of the EMSA Survey on the potential impact of digital technologies on electric motor driven systems in industrial companies.
This Guide is the Turkish version of the Energy Audit Guide for Motor Driven Systems (originally published in 2018). This Guide gives a systematic and comprehensive overview including organisational and technical tasks to be performed during a motor system audit, along the stages of an energy audit according to ISO 50002.
This document identifies existing test standards for selected advanced motor technologies and discusses opportunities for potential test procedure harmonization for each categories of equipment analysed.