IEEE Spokane Section

IEEE
October 28th, 2014

Come and join us for an informative and interesting field trip to a cutting-edge technology company in our own backyard!

IEEE Spokane Section members and accompanying guests are invited to tour F5 Networks, the Liberty Lake company that has developed the BIG-IP application delivery controllers. These popular devices are positioned in front of Web and application servers, balancing traffic and performing compute-intensive functions, such as encrypting and un-encrypting transmissions, screening traffic for security threats, maintaining open connections with servers, speeding the flow of traffic, and managing access to applications and data. The company is unique in the Spokane region for its cutting-edge research and development on x86, FPGA, and ASIC platforms, providing three levels of digital system development, as well as hardware product development utilizing electrical, computer and mechanical engineering. F5 Networks does its hardware development operations exclusively at the Liberty Lake location, employing much industrial test equipment that is fascinating to see in action. The field trip will start with a participant meeting at the East entrance to the F5 building at 5:30 pm — then will offer an introduction to F5 and its products, followed by pizza, beverages, and then tours of the exciting development labs and equipment the company features.

Website: https://f5.com/

 

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To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

October 28th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Trindera


October 28th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Trindera


September 6th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Trindera.


July 30th, 2014

This seminar, presented by Rockwell Automation, is intended to look closer at the topic of applying functional safety in North America. We will discuss what OSHA’s requirements are and how they are recommended to be implemented in todays facilities. Discussion will take place around Lock Out Tag Out vs Machine Guarding as defined by OSHA and the provision that OSHA allows for in using Alternative Means to Lock Out Tag Out, the process used to deploy alternate systems and what standards support this. At the end of the discussion, we will step through an example application in evaluating a hazard using alternative means to apply a safety system.

 

Click Here to Register

To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

June 26th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Innovate Washington


June 26th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Innovate Washington


June 26th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Innovate Washington


April 14th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Innovate Washington


April 14th, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Innovate Washington