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SPCE 2020

The IEEE Symposium on Product Compliance Engineering is the premier product safety engineering conference, a place where engineering professionals in consumer products, IT, medical, industrial and professional equipment gather each year to discuss advancements in product safety.

If your work includes product safety standards, risk assessment or regulatory compliance, this is the conference for you.

There is only one week until SPCE 2020!

Virtual Registration Rates

IEEE & PSES Members Late RegistrationUSD 210
Non-Members Late RegistrationUSD 260
IEEE Life Members & StudentsUSD 85

The live sessions will be held November 16-20. At the conclusion of the live conference, all content will be put on-demand on the SPCE 2020 Virtual Platform. This will allow you to view the recordings from all of the live sessions for over a month!

What interesting topics and speakers will be at SPCE 2020?

John Thomas

Meet the IEEE SPCE 2020 Keynote Speaker!

Dr. John Thomas leads research in MIT’s Engineering Systems Lab to study engineering mistakes and human error in order to develop systematic methods to prevent them. His primary research is focused on Systems Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA) and related methods for system safety, security, and human factors engineering. His background includes work in medical devices, nuclear power plants, information technology, autonomous vehicles (land, air, and space), robotics, manufacturing, and others. He teaches classes on software engineering, system engineering, system safety, cybersecurity, and human factors. He serves on industry committees responsible for international safety and cybersecurity standards by ISO, IEC, SAE, and others. He collaborates extensively with industry and provides professional education on the latest generation of system safety approaches.

Email [email protected] for all questions, comments, and concerns!

Full disclosure: Neither Doug Nix, nor Compliance inSight Consulting Inc. has any finacial or other interest in the SPCE conference. Doug Nix has been a member of the IEEE PSES, primary sponsors of the SPCE, since 2004.

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