SUBNET to present on predictive analysis in data historians at IEEE Power & Energy Society Meeting
SUBNET Solutions Inc | Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The upcoming IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting is quickly approaching, and SUBNET representatives are readying for scheduled talks they are slated to give to the myriad of industry professionals who are traveling to Detroit, Michigan, for the event.
According to SUBNET officials, the company will be one of many businesses on hand to address the various challenges to growth that have emerged over the past decade as power providers and utilities have aggressively moved to develop the U.S. power supply network. With the country's critical infrastructures under attack by increasingly sophisticated cyber security hackers, many industry analysts assert that more must be done to ensure that they are properly protected.
At the IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, SUBNET will deliver a speech on the future transmission of the electric grid. The paper presentation at the conference, whose theme is "The Electrification of Transportation & the Grid of the Future," will address how power suppliers and other utilities can make fault data and other non-SCADA data accessible for predictive analysis in data historians.
SUBNET is an industry leader in the field, according to analysts, and the expertise of its engineers and company officials will help utilities to develop policies that more proactively benefit the funding they're using to develop their power supply networks.
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