Research Centre for the History of Electrical Technology

In the field of technology generally, and of electrical technology in particular, the rate of change in the past few decades has been impressive. Change has been so rapid that products become obsolete within a few years. The evidence of recent technology therefore disappears unless somebody is careful to preserve meaningful objects. Manufacturers are so busy updating their products and matching market needs, that little or no time is devoted to keeping a record of the past. This task, therefore, has to be undertaken by others, possibly public institution preserving the heritage of the past to educate future generations. >>>

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