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Poland to launch information system on electromagnetic field radiation

Wednesday 13 March 2019 | 13:30 CET | News

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The Polish Institute of Telecommunications and the Centre of Projects for Digital Poland (CPPC) have signed a contract to finance a new information system on installations' electromagnetic fields (SI2PEM). The system will enable members of the public to check online the level of electromagnetic emissions in any place in Poland. The system will be completed in August 2020 and will cost PLN 11.24 million, which will be met entirely by EU funds. 

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