IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting approaching, SUBNET to be in attendance
SUBNET Solutions Inc | Tuesday, July 12, 2011
SUBNET will be in attendance at an upcoming conference this month in Detroit, Michigan. The IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting is one of the preeminent events for those in the smart grid sector, and SUBNET representatives will discuss a number of critical issues facing the sector in the future.
SUBNET will speak at the event about the benefits that a company can receive by archiving their fault file data and non-SCADA data in a data historian, according to company representatives.
The event is scheduled to take place from July 24 to July 28 at the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit. The conference is being touted by those within the industry as the premier power engineering event on the challenges facing the smart grid as both the government and private enterprise continue to invest in its development over the next decade.
The Obama administration has come out to support smart grid development, releasing a report in June that highlighted its overall strategy to ensure that the power supply network continues to grow and develop in a manner that will help to maintain its efficacy.
SUBNET Paper Presentation Details:
Making Fault Data and Non-SCADA Data Accessible for Predictive Analysis in Data Historians
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 13:00-16:00
Authors: Dawn Toporek, Georgia Power, and Aaron Hutchings, SUBNET Solutions Inc.
Presenter: Aaron Hutchings, SUBNET Solutions Inc.
Analyzing power system disturbances is a critically important task for any electrical utility, especially Southern Company. When a power system event occurs, such as an outage, Southern Company needs a clear picture of the root cause of the event in order to take the optimal corrective action. Appropriate responses to system events will allow the utility to improve grid reliability, safety, profitability and to increase customer satisfaction.
The paper outlines the process for automated fault file collection highlighting the importance and benefits that a company can receive by archiving both fault file data and non-SCADA data in a data historian.
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