08 Jan Susan E. Ronning, P.E., PMP, ASEP
Ms. Susan E. Ronning, P.E., PMP, ASEP, is owner and principal engineer of ADCOMM Engineering, LLC, an engineering firm specializing in critical communications system design, testing, troubleshooting, and deployment. Ms. Ronning has 4 years’ military and over 25 years of systems engineering and project implementation experience in the land mobile radio industry. She is a registered professional engineer (electrical) in over a dozen states, an INCOSE-certified Associate Systems Engineer, a PMI-certified Project Management Professional, licensed Private Pilot, and licensed Amateur Radio Operator.
Ms. Ronning’s varied experience ranges from an avionics technician in the United States Navy, to systems engineer for two different radio manufacturers (Motorola and Tait), a radio shop supervisor for the City of Glendale, California, and a consultant under multiple firms. She has designed and deployed multiple small- and large-scale radio networks for city and county municipalities, as well as utility and transit agencies in analog, DMR, P25 technologies over VHF, 220MHz, UHF, and 7/800 MHz frequency bands.
Ms. Ronning is the co-chair for the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Working Group where she contributes to the advancement of systems engineering within the telecommunications industry. Ms. Ronning and her working group colleagues published, “Defining Critical Communications Networks: Modelling Networks as Systems,” INCOSE INSIGHT Magazine, June 2020.