AAFAME - Event Information

Event Name:Monthly Luncheon "IFC 510 and How It Affects Your Building"
Event Type(s):Luncheon
Description:Presentation will cover the following topics:
-Introduction to 2015 IFC Section 510 (International Fire Code)
-Explanation of technical terms related to Radio Frequency (RF)
-Explanation of testing for in-building signal coverage
-Overview of designing an in-building RF enhancement system
-Overview of installing an in-building RF enhancement system
-Overview of commissioning an in-building RF enhancement system
-Overview of annual testing of an in-building RF enhancement system
 Speaker name & biography:
Upon graduating from Trinity University, located in San Antonio, in 2016, Eric Schluter went to work for Southwest Research Institute in the Defense and Intelligence Solutions Division, RF Sensor and Systems Department. There he assisted in the development of enhanced communications, surveillance, and reconnaissance applications for both commercial and government clients as well as supported custom RF solutions through testing antenna and RF subsystems performances; ranging from VHF to millimeter wave frequencies. In January of 2019, Eric transitioned to Beckwith to head their Emergency and Wireless Communication Systems (EWCS) Department which designs, installs, commissions, and tests Public Safety and Commercial In-Building RF Enhancement systems.
Event Date:7/10/2019
Event Time:11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Central
Location:Crowne Plaza
6121 N. IH 35
Austin, TX 78759

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Member $32 & Non-Members $42.
48 hour notice required to avoid charges.
Price includes buffet lunch, beverage & dessert.
A $10 fee will be added for walk-ins who did not register by deadline.
Please be advised that reservations are due the Friday before or until sold out.

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