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December 3, 2018 | Volume No. 23 Subscribe
Recapping the Annual Meeting
NEMA Board of Governors Chairman David Nord gaveled to order the 92nd annual meeting of the association in San Antonio, Texas, on November 15, and announced the election of the Board of Governors.

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Dave Kendall Recognized for Mentorship
Dave Kendall
In accepting his award, Dave Kendall emphasized his role as mentor as his primary contribution to the electroindustry. Mr. Kendall represents ABB on the NEMA Codes and Standards Committee and other committees including government affairs and other political entities, as well as on the National Electrical Code®.

Alan Manche Honored for Dedication
Alan Manche
As vice president of external affairs for Schneider Electric, Alan Manche manages company activities related to codes and Standards. Mr. Manche has served as chair, vice-chair, and co-chair of several NEMA Sections and Committees as well as National Fire Protection Association and Underwriters Laboratories panels.

Applied Information, Inc., Celebrated
Applied Information, Inc.
Bryan Mulligan, president and founder of Applied Information, Inc., accepted this year’s Illuminations Award on behalf of his company, which belongs to the Transportation Management Systems and Associated Control Devices Section (3TS).

Paul Biggins Exemplifies Collaboration
Paul Biggins
With more than 35 years of experience in the diagnostic imaging industry, including more than 20 years as first Toshiba’s and now Canon’s director of regulatory affairs, Paul Biggins has played a critical role within the industry at large and specifically within MITA.

From the Chariman | David G. Nord
As I wrap up my time as Chairman of the Board of Governors, I am proud to report that NEMA remains relevant, engaged, and fiscally sound. Our collective accomplishments are outlined in the NEMA by the Numbers, which I urge everyone to review. It portrays how, through our industry-wide work, NEMA provides its Members with a competitive advantage.

Standard on Measurement of Radio Influence Voltage Applies to Transmission and Distribution Systems
Methods of Measurement of Radio Influence Voltage (RIV) of High Voltage Apparatus covers RIV that may be associated with apparatus used on transmission and distribution systems at line voltages of 0.6 kilovolts and above.

Gaining Perspective on “Brexit” and U.S.-U.K. Trade
As the United Kingdom proceeds with plans for its departure from the European Union in March 2019, U.S. electroindustry manufacturers may wonder about relevance for their business.

Current Conditions Component Dips to 37
For the second time in three months, the current conditions component of the EBCI has dropped below 50, giving up more than 13 points from last month to a reading of 36.7 in November.

NEMA Transportation Division Talks Safety and Infrastructure on Hill Day
Members and guests of NEMA’s Transportation Division navigated their way through a series of outreach meetings in Washington, D.C., on September 26, that began and concluded on Capitol Hill.

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