Arc Flash Protection – In a Flash (May 23, 2019)

Learn about new technology to reduce incident energy, protect personnel and equipment, and reduce downtime. How Arc Quenching Switchgear works: Arc Quenching Switchgear detects and contains an arc fault in less than 4 milliseconds, drastically reducing the incident energy. It works by detecting the ignition of an arc inside the switchgear using the Eaton Arc… Read more

2-Day Project Management Course for the Non-PMP (May 15-16, 2019)

As projects grow in complexity and scrutiny of delivery method increases, conventional approaches are being supplanted with a need for more formalized tools, techniques, and processes. The time in which project team self-execution with cursory status updates is no longer satisfying the sponsors of our initiatives. To those who lack the lexicon of formalized project… Read more

At 26,000’ without a guide: Cybersecurity Today (Feb 21 2019)

Intrinium’s Stephen Heath is by now perhaps IEEE Spokane’s single most popular speaker. Stephen will once again leverage his extensive experience — augmented by this year’s additional travel to combat cyber attacks across the USA — to address the dangerous landscape and current trends in the rapidly changing world of cyber security, in his upcoming… Read more

Region 6 Meeting Dinner at Luigi’s (October 5, 2018)

Please join the IEEE Spokane Section for hosted dinner at delicious Luigi’s Italian Restaurant. Members of the Region 6 Meeting will have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal while socializing with each other, collaborating and sharing experiences in the Electrical Engineering workplace, and meet with students attending the meeting as well. Transportation: Meet bus… Read more

Systems Engineering and Requirements Management (April 10, 2018)

Phil Townsend Project Engineer, BNI, WTP Project INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional Event Details Systems Engineering has sometimes been described as being at the confluence of Engineering, Quality Assurance and Project Management. One of the key focus areas for Systems Engineering is related to the management of requirements for the design of systems. This includes… Read more

Cybersecurity Symposium 2018 (April 9-10, 2018)

The 2018 Cybersecurity Symposium will be a two and a half day event, starting with our mixer on April 9th, Academic Day on April 10th, and Business Day on the 11th. The Academic Day will feature innovative cybersecurity research with presentations by authors and research-focused networking breaks. It will also include a government research focused… Read more

A Geographically-spaced Synchronized Signal Detection System (April 4, 2018)

A system has been designed and implemented that makes simultaneous geographically spaced time-and-frequency-synchronized measurements of hypothetical extraterrestrial narrowband signals in the 1405-1448 MHz band. One radio telescope is the Sixty Foot Deep Space Exploration Society Plishner Telescope in Haswell, Colorado, and the second radio telescope is the Forty Foot Telescope in Green Bank, West Virginia…. Read more