Keith has dedicated his career to solving real-life interference problems in high-tech products and systems across various industries. Graduating with a B.Sc (Hons.) in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College London in 1972, he specialized in analogue circuit design and electromagnetic field theory, earning Upper Second Class Honours (Cum Laude).Throughout his career, he has managed critical projects, such as developing a new range of microwave test instruments (the 6200 series) for Marconi Instruments. As a Chartered Electrical Engineer since 1978 and a Group 1 European Engineer since 1988, Keith has authored numerous papers on EMC and EMC for Functional Safety. He has also held leadership roles in professional organizations, including chairing the IEE's Professional Group (E2) on Electromagnetic Compatibility and the IEE's Working Group on 'EMC and Functional Safety', and serving as the UK expert for the IEC 61000-1-2 maintenance team.