Receiving the "IEC1906 Award"

Makoto Tateno (Technology Development Center) received the "IEC1906 Award" from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

IEC is an international organization founded in 1906 to create international standards in the field of electrical and electronic technologies.

The IEC1906 Award is given to experts who have made significant contributions to the standardization of electrical technology and related activities, and was established in 2004 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of IEC.

Makoto Tateno has participated in the IEC since 1991, and among the members of each country with different opinions, he has arranged international standards while insisting on the circumstances of Japan and Asia, which are different from those of Europe and the United States. This award was given in recognition of our efforts to create an organization that involves a new generation of young engineers in the rapidly changing technology field.


The IEC 1906 Award: