Introducing the InstMC
The Institute of Measurement and Control (InstMC) is a Professional Engineering Institute (PEI) and international network of engineers and scientists working within the measurement, automation and control fields. We aim to promote high standards of professional competence by informing and supporting our members in their careers, as well as providing a bridge between academic research and industrial practice. The InstMC works in collaboration with related organisations, encouraging students into engineering and science, engaging with the wider public and informing government policy.
Founded in 1944, the InstMC is recognised by Royal Charter as a learned society and is licensed by the Engineering Council to assess individuals for professional registration at Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Engineering Technician (EngTech) levels.
The InstMC is a registered charity promoting the public benefits of measurement, automation and control through our educational and Special Interest Group activities, regulation of professional standards and our engagement with the wider public in information, education and policy matters.
“to be a globally recognised body for promoting the advancement of the science and application of measurement and control.”
“to maintain the Institute as the eminent professional UK body for advancing the science and application of measurement and control technology.”