Electrical Engineering

By: Logan Johnson


Engineering- The application of science and mathematics by which the properties of matter and the sources of energy in nature are made useful to people.

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Electrical Engineering Responsibilities

Electrical and electronics engineers conduct research, and design, develop, test, and oversee the development of electronic systems and the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment and devices. From the global positioning system that can continuously provide the location of a vehicle to giant electric power generators, electrical and electronics engineers are responsible for a wide range of technologies.

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Ethical Situation

Having a product deadline, but not having the product ready in time, but you eventually release it anyway, endangering the life of many people.

Career Tracks

There are hundreds of job titles which employers use to describe the job functions and responsibilities relating to electrical and electronics engineering. It is taken for granted that EE's draw heavily from mathematics. Industry job titles are not necessarily consistent from one employer to the next. Job titles often reflect a particular discipline or industry; for example, computer engineers, aerospace engineers, control systems engineers, and bioengineers.

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Development Life cycle

Concept --- Design & Prototyping --- Implementation --- Production Setup --- Maintenance

My Product

If i was an engineer my main designs would consist of; electrical toys, circuit boards, and anything else with an electrical use/function.

Market Analysis

A market analysis studies the attractiveness and the dynamics of a special market within a special industry. It is part of the industry analysis and thus in turn of the global environmental analysis. It's also a phase of marketing research conducted to determine the characteristics and extent of a market.

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Risks With Market Analysis

  1. Company does not want to be researched.
  2. Employees have a strike from being researched.
  3. Customers do not benefit from the research.