jeu. 1 novembre à 23:30
This lecture presents technical, design, and operational considerations regarding the development of smart homes. Sensors, actuators, controls (hardware and software), emerging standards, environment, connectivity, security, monetization, surveillance and other issues as they apply to household and adjacent areas will be covered. Speaker Bio:
George A. Sullivan is a Senior Life IEEE Member and a retired Adjunct Professor at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Starting in 1981, his career at Northrop Grumman culminated in his nomination and acceptance as a Technical Fellow in 2002. He retired from NGC in 2015. George was the lead network architect for NGC with more than 35 years experience in network architecture and engineering. His major responsibility was the NGGN, NGC’s global enterprise network including strategy, analysis, planning, development, design, security and operational support of data, voice, and video networks plus many contributions to proposal efforts for NGC including the 10 billion dollar Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA) project. His interests include high availability networking, network architecture, data center network design, network security, and network management. Prior to Northrop Grumman, George was Chief Engineer of broadcast station WLIR-FM, RF engineer at Fairchild Space & Defense Systems, and Chief Engineer of Telecare, an educational TV station at the Diocese of Rockville Centre. Attention Professional Engineers: An application for .2 CEU credits (equivalent to 2 PDHs) has been applied for and is approved. There will be a $10 charge for these credits payable by check made out to "IEEE Consultants' Network of Long Island". 6:30 PM: Network with others over delicious food and soft drinks. We will be having deli heroes: American, Italian and Grilled Vegetable plus coleslaw, macaroni and potato salads. So, bring your appetite. 7:00 PM: Introductions, LICN announcements and presentation Between our normal non-Meetup crowd and those on this Meetup list, we expect to have a good 40 or so people attending, so bring your business cards to share when networking. More info about the LICN can be found at www.licn.org. Read our blog at licn.typepad.com.
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