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Co-sponsored by: Phoenix Contact
All Susquehanna Section members and friends are invited to a one day Susquehanna Section/Phoenix Contact technical event: Maintaining Smart City Infrastructures using Internet of Things.
This event is free but requires registration. See the registration link listed below or go to http://www.phoenixcontact.com/smartcommunities
Smart Communities Conference Agenda
Registration and light refreshments
Welcome – Haroon Rashid, Industry Manager Smart Cities and Building Automation, Phoenix Contact USA
Opening remarks – Jack Nehlig, President, Phoenix Contact USA
Keynote presentation: Philadelphia smart city project update – The Honorable Sharif Street, Pennsylvania State Senate
Cybersecurity considerations in smart buildings – Kevin Smith, CTO, Tridium Corporation
Best practices for data integrity in smart buildings – Kurt Twiford, CEO, Conexus
Managing electrical demand in commercial infrastructure – Karl Zimmerman, CEO, EnergyIQ
Security considerations for today’s infrastructure – Andrew Hacker, Associate Professor, Harrisburg University
Vision 2023 for Industrie 4.0 and its impact on smart buildings and infrastructure – Anja Moldehn, Phoenix Contact GmbH & KG
Bldg: Phoenix Contact public entrance
586 Fulling Mill Rd.
Co-sponsored by: Rochester IEEE YP Chair
Research continues to show that not only is emotional intelligence (EI/EQ) a greater predictor of success than intellectual intelligence (IQ), it also leads to a happier, healthier life. While emotions can contribute to challenges, with EI skills, they become resources to empower change, fuel collaboration, and spark innovation.
This lunch and learn will combine an interactive presentation with small group activities to give participants an understanding of EI and how it can aid the entrepreneurial journey. All participants will also have the option to receive their personalized Unlocking EQ Report (UEQ).
Participants will learn how to use EI to:
Establish a leadership style when assembling a team
Pitch investors and receive feedback constructively
Negotiate with a potential partner (e.g. a manufacturer, consultant, etc.)
Avoid jumping to conclusions in stressful situations by using “the ladder of inference”
Tickets are normally $15, but IEEE members can save $5 with discount code nextcorpsIEEE.
Speaker(s): Melanie DellaPietra,
Room: Suite 6000
Bldg: Sibley Square
260 East Main Street
Rochester, New York
Electricity from Nuclear Fission
Electricity from nuclear fission provides: an overview of US nuclear plants, the basics of nuclear fission, types of light-water nuclear reactors, specifics of a pressurized water reactor, and the future of nuclear power.
Speaker(s): Dennis Carlsen,
Bldg: Electric Services Building
115 W. 7th St
ESB 200 (2nd floor)
Fort Worth , Texas
Co-sponsored by: Clube de Engenharia
The IEEE YP Rio gathers valuable efforts under the IoT subject in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
During the late afternoon of two days, the event will cover several IoT related aspects, from research approaches to educational implementation, to industrial cases.
Check out the website at https://sites.google.com/view/ioteeerio2019
Bldg: Edifício Edison Passos
Av. Rio Branco, 124
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
- Siemens Overview
- Smart Buildings – why they are important, value proposition, and how do we design one
- Siemens Solutions – Total Room Automation (TRA) and Enlighted
- Enlighted Demo
- Typical Specification Process
- How to Specify
- Smart Building Project Examples
Speaker(s): Cheyo Rogers,
Room: The Forum
Bldg: Con Edison Building
4 Irving Place
New York, New York
Many utilities are considering migrating their electric systems to the IEC 61850 protocol. With the adoption of this protocol, there needs to be new tools to test these electrical systems. This presentation will provide background on this topic, and the tailored for the local IEEE PES/IAS chapter.
This presentation will be held at the Raleigh Convention Center in downtown Raleigh. Will Knapek of Omicron will be our presenter, and will start at 6:30pm. You will have time before and after the presentation to network and tour the PAC World Exhibitors. When you arrive, let the PAC World staff know you are with the local IEEE chapter, and they will direct you.
Expect a fee to park in the convention center parking deck.
Here is some information about PAC World: PAC World Americas comes to the Raleigh Convention Center August 19th – 22rd, 2019. This is a technical conference for industry specialists in Protection, Automation, and Control. On August 20, PAC World offers free Demo Hours, where you can visit with these specialists to see the latest protective relays, test equipment, communication protocols, SCADA software, etc. Major sponsors include ABB, Omicron, SEL, Siemens, WAGO, and Triangle Microworks.
5:30pm – 6:30pm Networking and tour PAC World exhibits
6:30pm – 7:00pm Presentation on IEC 61850 protocol by Will Knapek
7:00pm – 7:30pm Networking and tour PAC World exhibits
Bldg: Raleigh Convention Center
500 South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, North Carolina
* Updated 7/31/2019 – Allowable registration has been increased to 30 attendees due to high demand – please register soon if you would like to attend!
Join us for a technical tour of Dominion Energy’s Millstone Power Station. This will be an extensive tour hosted by Dominion and will include all major (accessible) components of the plant plus plant simulators. Attendees should be prepared for a lengthy (approx 1 mile) walk. Registration will be limited to 20 30 members, please register early to ensure participation. Registration will close on August 8th.
-The tour will start promptly at 6PM. Please arrive prior to this time. You may arrive as early as 5:30.
-Once on the plant access road make the first right turn into the parking lot of the training building and park there. We will be entering through the east facing door of the first building in the complex.
-To enter the power station for the tour we need to be dressed appropriately. Short sleeve shirts are acceptable. Long pants are needed and footwear should be sturdy shoes, but no open toe shoes or sandals.
– Millstone is a secure facility. All attendees must provide citizenship, address, company and social security number. You may enter this information on the registration form. You may provide your social security number to me directly (by phone) if you prefer. You will need to present a valid state or federal issued ID (drivers license ok) at time of tour.
This is a great opportunity to tour this facility, I hope to see you there! Please contact me with any questions.
IEEE PES CT Chair
Bldg: Training Building
314 Rope Ferry Road
Date: Tuesday, August 20th, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm: Social and Dinner; 7:00 – 8:00 pm: Executive Committee Meeting
Place: UCF, Room HEC 356
Parking: Visitor parking fee is $3.00 after 5:30 PM.
Cost: Meeting attendance is free to all IEEE members and Non-IEEE members.
RSVP: Varadraj Prabhu Gurupur
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Orlando EXCOM Monthly Meeting
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What is a Smart Home? What kind of technology product are available to help improve your quality of life? If you chose to stay in your current home for a long time, what type of home improvement is right for you? This is part one of a two part discussion. B8TA Store General manager and his team will introduce number of technology solution. Light snack and drink will be provided.
Speaker(s): Domingo Gonzalez ,
6:3PM – 7:00 PM – Light Snack and networking
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Presentation
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