The Committee on Nuclear Regulatory Activities (CNRA) established the Working Group on Digital Instrumentation and Control (WGDIC) in 2017, which meets periodically. All CNRA members and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are invited to participate in this working group's activities. The main objective of the WGDIC is to promote harmonisation and improvements in nuclear safety through the development of regulatory guidance to address digital instrumentation and control (DI&C) topics and technical issues of concern to its member countries, for both operating and new reactors. This regulatory guidance is not intended to replace the guidance already available from international standards organisations; instead, the collective scientific, technical knowledge and experience of WGDIC members are brought together to develop consensus positions (CPs) representing the common understanding and harmonisation of regulatory practices.
The products issued by the Digital Instrumentation and Controls Working Group under the Multinational Design Evaluation Programme (MDEP) are available as an archive.
WGDIC members' area (requires password | reminder)