Women in Engineering Fall Tech Talk

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Smart Poles in Smart Cities- Taking Sustainability and Pairing it with the Internet of Things


SMART POLES IN SMART CITIES -TAKING SUSTAINABILITY AND PAIRING IT WITH THE INTERNET OF THINGS

We love to stay connected, have information readily at our finger tips, explore our main streets, and live the urban life to its fullest. Ever wondered how that all happens or how it could happen in your neighborhood? Sandra will share some insights into how large and small cities are transforming their urban environments into digitally connected streetscapes in sustainable ways pairing everything from lighting, WiFi, security cameras, and signage with the Internet of things (IoT).

Come prepared by taking some photos of your favorite main streets and neighborhoods and we will have a digital scavenger hunt of the hidden infrastructure you didn’t know existed in your own backyard.

Meet the Speaker - Sandra Scanlon
Sandra C. Scanlon, PE, LEED AP®, excels as a business owner and leader; an electrical engineer; mother; an advocate for getting more women into science, engineering and technology careers; and as a community leader. Sandra leads BCER’s electrical engineering department as an associate principal/owner and is chair of the board of directors. She is a registered professional engineer in ten states and a LEED accredited professional.



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  • 2155 E Wesley Ave
  • Denver, Colorado
  • United States 80208
  • Building: The Ritchie School
  • Room Number: Rotunda Event Space
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Agenda

Featured Speaker: Sandra C. Scanlon, PE, LEED AP®



Sponsored by:

BCER

Women In Engineering

Society of Women Engineers 

Ulteig

University of Denver Daniel Felix Richie School of Engineering and Computer Science