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Welcome to the October 2018 edition of the eEngineering.com Newsletter. Our newsletter is designed to provide our customers with the latest two-way radio, wireless communications, and security solutions news. Trouble viewing the newsletter, see it here.
Paul Boyken has been with Electronic Engineering for 24 years. As an outside service technician, Paul has seen the world of two-way wireless communications evolve and change in significant ways.

What are all of the different “hats” you’ve worn while at Electronic Engineering?

Paul: I’ve done pretty much everything you could think of when it comes to wireless communications, from radio programming, tower work, camera and access control installation, paging systems and complete dispatch console systems.

What’s a favorite project you’ve recently worked on?

Paul: We recently completed a large access control project at the Hancock County Courthouse. The project included an installation of 17 key fob sensors for security purposes. The access controls are monitored by Genetech software which enables administrators to turn on and off key fob access, view statistics on door opens and closes, and provides general diagnostics on door security.

What is one thing that readers and friends might be surprised to know about you?

Paul: I enjoy vacations in Arizona every year with my family and really enjoy visiting different places. In my spare time I enjoy floor tiling and doing woodworking projects on our home. I also work on my large garden which has been a favorite for many years.

What are some of the things you like to do in your free time?

Paul:I like to spend time with my wife Denise, family and great friends. I enjoy various activities outside including fishing, shooting at gun ranges, and four-wheeling. I also like to grill and smoke meats.

Paul lives in Lake Mills with his wife Denise. He has two children and one granddaughter. They are expecting their second grandson any day.
The Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications System Board (ISICSB) has opened a grant opportunity for PSAP connectivity into the ISICS system. To learn more, please contact Anne Roth.
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The electronic logging device (ELD) Rule has changed the way many fleets have to operate — and not just operations consisting of over-the-road 18 wheelers. Petrey Novelty Inc., a direct store delivery (DSD) merchandiser operating in 33 states, runs a fleet that doesn’t fit the typical model, but found itself in a situation where it needed to be ELD compliant. 

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While on-site security guards can provide a human presence, scaling this feature to multiple construction sites is difficult and costly. Several companies are now utilizing CCTV solutions on wheels, temporary towers and sophisticated infrared sensors that alert systems to allow construction, architect and the client companies the ability to monitor 24/7 and reuse their tech on new and future sites.
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  • Anne Roth, one of EE’s public safety communications consultants, has been selected as a member of the 2018-19 class of Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute Community Leadership Program. The program prepares leaders from across Central Iowa to be effective stewards for our community's future. The nine-month curriculum offers a view of Greater Des Moines from different vantage points, heightens participant awareness of current community conditions and issues, enhances individual and group leadership skills, and helps class members see themselves as partners for change.

  • EE provided radios for Sioux City’s Summer in the Park to ease day-of communication needs and provide a flawless show for the community. This free music festival draws tens of thousands of people each year.

  • EE will provide radios for the Des Moines IMT Marathon. In its partnership for over 10 years, Electronic Engineering is proud to enable smooth race-day logistics to pull off the event. As a qualifier for the Boston Marathon, over 8,000 participants run the race.
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