The Cincinnati Tech-Security Conference
Millennium Hotel Cincinnati
Thursday, September 19th, 2013
This conference will have 8 companies speaking on various IT Security topics such as cloud security, compliance, social media security, personal devices security, network security and more, as well as a vendor exhibit area featuring more than 40 vendor exhibits.
- VIP passes include Breakfast, Lunch, Conference materials and Entrance into conference sessions and exhibit areas.
- This conference qualifies for CPE credits and Certificates of Attendance.
- Gift Cards, iPads, Kindles and many other door prizes and give aways.
- Featuring eleven IT Security speakers and over 30 exhibits
IEEE members are being offered a complimentary VIP passes to this event. These passes are normally $100.00. Also, the conference will post your logo and contact information in our conference directory and on our web site. You may leave your information at the registration table. Register for a free VIP pass via the link
For full conference agenda click http://dataconnectors.com/events/2013/09Cincinnati/agenda.asp or contact Chris Meier at 636-778-9495 or cmeier@DataConnectors.com . To be notified of future events click on: http://www.dataconnectors.com/email_list.asp
August 26th, 2013
DATE: Thursday, April 26th, 2012
UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES (UAVs)
PLACE : Raffel’s – 10160 Reading Road (see below for directions)
TIME : 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. - Social Time
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Dinner
7:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. - Presentation
COST: $12- $20, See information in Reservations
Buffet Menu: Asparagus Spears in a Fresh Cream Sauce served on Toast
Points, Hot Sliced Roast Beef in Gravy, Parmesan Chicken Breast, Zucchini
Carrot Dressing, Buttered Noodles, Sauteed Vegetables, Tossed Salad, Dinner
Rolls and Butter, and Dessert.
ABOUT THE MEETING and SPEAKER:
Lt Col (USAF retired) Kent Tiffany is a subject matter expert with Unmanned
Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) over the past 12 years. His briefing will present
his past history with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Global Hawk and the X-45A
UCAV programs; where he had directinvolvement at Edwards AFB, CA, from
initial flight test to him operationally deploying Global Hawk to the war
shortly after 9/11. With permission from the U.S. Air Force, he’ll discuss
his support to his company’s present contracts for the Next Generations
Remotely Piloted Aircraft (NGRPA) program, and his work for developing
technologies for the Global Hawk Airborne Sense and Avoid effort (ABSAA).
Last, Mr. Tiffany though his own company has been working on developing
super long endurance UAV for Group 2 class aircraft(up to 55 lbs.), where
his company’s UAV may be capable of staying airborne for days, weeks and
even possibly months at a time without landing or refueling.
The briefing will go into some of the technical challenges of developing
the Next Generations Remotely Piloted Aircraft (NGRPA) program with the
multiple aircraft control, automation assist for Close Air Support (CAS)
mission with an aircraft capable flying at nearly 500 mph, pulling 4-Gs and
firing possible weapons with turreted guns, lasers, or other kinetic type
weapons where latency for communications and lack of ground situational
awareness prevents the pilot manually controlling the aircraft during the
engagement sequence. He will also discuss the challenges of the Airborne
Sense and Avoid effort (ABSAA) effort for Global Hawk, where the challenges
in technology and the certification process with the DoD and the FAA drive
high risk for this program. Last, he’ll discuss briefly about the future
Department of Homeland Security CBP mission with protecting our Nation’s
borders of over 12,000 miles of border (19,000 with Alaska and Hawaii).
LOCATION: Raffel’s is located at 10160 Reading Road, south of Glendale-
Milford Road on the east side of Reading. Take I-75 to the Glendale-Milford
Rd. Exit, go east on Glendale-Milford Road approximately ¾ of a mile to
Reading Rd. and turn right on Reading.
RESERVATIONS: (Please note New Procedure) Please make reservations for
each meeting by going to: http://www.ieeecincinnati.org/meetings/. Please
click on the appropriate link and complete the reservation. You may now
Two ways to pay for dinner:
1) [Register and pay the fee now] using PayPal.
2) [Register and pay the fee at the meeting]. Check or cash; correct change
Make checks payable to “IEEE Cincinnati Section”.
Those desiring to use their bank’s bill payer service to send a check,
rather than paying at the meeting, should contact
Reservations@ieeecincinnati.org for details.
Reservations close at noon on Thursday, APRIL 19th, 2012.
DINNER RESERVATION CANCELLATION POLICY
An email to Reservations@ieeecincinnati.org prior to the close of
reservations is required to properly cancel your reservation. Failure to
cancel does not eliminate your responsibility to pay for the dinner.
Refunds for PayPal payments are more complicated, and we request that you
leave the funds on deposit for a future meeting.
WALK-INS: Walk-ins are available for this meeting.
WALK-INS (those without dinner reservations who want dinner): If you
don’t have a dinner reservation, there may not be enough food to serve you.
Walk-ins pay a higher rate: $15.00 for members, $20.00 for non-members.
Cash or checks only; correct change appreciated.
All Reservations must be made by noon, THURSDAY APRIL 19th, 2012
HOW TO ATTEND THE MEETING WITHOUT PURCHASING DINNER
If you plan to attend the meeting and do not want dinner, please click the
[Register only (skip optional payment)] button when you register.
PE CREDITS: Depending on the subject matter, attendance at IEEE Cincinnati
Section Meetings now qualifies the attendee for Professional Development
Hours towards renewal of Professional Engineers Licenses. Required
documentation will be available following the meeting! The Section
Meetings also provide a great opportunity to network with fellow
engineers in the area.
Please visit our site for additional information and articles
April 11th, 2012
IEEE Professional Communication Conference 2011
On October 17-19, the IEEE Professional Communication Society will host the International Professional Communication Conference 2011 on the campus of the University of Cincinnati. As a member of the IEEE Cincinnati chapter, your participation in the conference is encouraged as we network with colleagues, learn about the conference topic of sustainability, and share research and information important to technical communicators, educators, practitioners, engineers, and others!
This article provides you with a summary of information to plan your attendance at the conference. All information is available at the conference website.
Registration for the conference is online on the conference website. We have reduced registration fees this year to make the conference more affordable, and you can bring a student for free with your paid registration. IEEE members enjoy discounted registration, even if you aren’t a member of PCS.
Professional Development Seminars are offered for Continuing Education Credit (important for Professional Licensure) on Monday and Tuesday, October 17 and 18. Kim Campbell will offer “Thinking and Interacting Like a Leader” and Michael Alley will offer “Rethinking the Design of Presentation Slides.” Your seminar registration fee gives you access to all conference sessions and workshops for one day.
New to IPCC 2011 is the Student Poster Competition, a chance for students to showcase their sustainable solutions to technical challenges. We hope you will encourage students to participate in the competition, either in person at the conference or virtually.
A ticket to the conference Awards Reception is included with your registration. This year’s Reception location is the Newport Aquarium. The reception will allow us to honor the exceptional contributions of society members Ginny Redish and Judy Ramey, as well as the important work in sustainability communication by Jimmie Killingsworth. The awards presentation will occur against the backdrop of the spectacular shark tank at the Aquarium.
Noted author Alex Steffen is Monday’s keynote speaker (sponsored by the Charles Phelps Taft Research Center at the University of Cincinnati). Check our Alex’s website worldchanging.com!
About IEEE PCS: The IEEE Professional Communication Society (PCS) mission is to foster a community dedicated to understanding and promoting effective communication in engineering, scientific, and other technical environments. Our 1,700 members worldwide are interested in the study, development, and promotion of technical information for individuals and groups. The society also promotes technical, scientific, industrial, and other activities that contribute to the techniques and products used in this field. PCS is part of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional society, with 375,000 members worldwide. To learn more about PCS and the IPCC 2011, visit our site at www.ieeepcs.org.
The draft program of the conference will be available soon. I hope to see you at the University of Cincinnati at IPCC 2011!
September 5th, 2011
One of our members is looking for someone who has expertise in rebuilding fractional horsepower electric motors, specifically capacitor start switches. If you can help please write a comment to this posting. Thanks.
January 11th, 2011
Cincinnati is one of nine U.S. markets where Ford Motor Co. said it will be recruiting engineers this year for its push into electric vehicles. The automaker announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit it will add more than 7,000 salaried and hourly jobs over the next two years. Included in that number is 750 salaried engineering jobs in product development and manufacturing. Check out this article for more information.
January 11th, 2011
The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati will be spending approximately $1.5 billion over the next ten years to upgrade Hamilton County’s sewers to comply with EPA requirements. They are inviting small businesses from the county to participate in this effort and will conduct a workshop on Friday, October 30th for small businesses that want to participate. Attendance is by invitation only so if you are interested you must contact them by October 23rd. All aspects of engineering will be considered for this effort, including planning, modeling, construction, instrumentation, controls, and more. See the attached MSDGC letter for complete information. MSDGC workshop notice
October 19th, 2009
Join Tri-State Energy Professionals as they present and discuss the future of energy generation, distribution and use. Learn about the issues faced by climate changes, renewal energy sources and fuels, increasing demands for electricity and natural gas, and worker training for the challenges ahead in the 21st century. For Complete Details
April 21st, 2008