DistribuTECH 2014: Jan 28-30, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Published: Thu 23 Jan 2014
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This year's DistribuTECH, a leading utility industry event focused on power distribution, will cover many hot topics in the global utility industry -- automation and control systems, energy efficiency, demand response, renewable energy integration, smart metering, grid operations and reliability, power delivery equipment, commercial and industrial energy management technology and water utility technology.

Several DistribuTECH sessions will include Siemens experts as speakers. Some have co-authored papers which will be published in the DistribuTECH 2014 proceedings, available to conference attendees.

What are your expectations for DistribuTECH?

Visit the Siemens booth (#1647) to see live demonstrations of how smart grid technology can help utilities address real-world problems, such as how to respond to outages during severe weather. And on Twitter, follow the hashtag #dtech.

This week we'll be posting details about several DistribuTECH sessions and papers featuring Siemens smart grid experts and projects:


TUESDAY, JAN. 28:

When the Unexpected Happens, Siemens Answers. 11-11:15 am, and 5-5:15pm. Demo presentation, Siemens booth #1647.

1:00-2:30 pm: Enterprise Model Management System at CAISO. Part of this session: Enterprise Information Management and Utility Semantics

3:00-4:30 pm (2 presentations). Network Studies at Wachtendonk: Eyes in the Power Grid, and also Smart Grid Distribution Planning Based on Measurements. Both part of this session: Distributed Energy Resource Integration in Electric Distribution Grids

3:00-4:30 pm: Practical Experiences When Testing Wide-area Protection and Control Systems That Utilize Wireless Communications. Part of this session: Innovations in Substation and Power Distribution Communications


WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29:

9:30-11:00 am: Design and Implementation of a Communication Network to Support Real-time Distribution Feeder Automation. Part of session: Advanced Technologies at Rural Electric Cooperatives

9:30-11:00 am: Improved Distribution Fault Location at Oncor. Part of this session: Automated Fault Detection, Isolation and Restoration

When the Unexpected Happens, Siemens Answers. 11:45 am - noon, and 4-4:15pm. Demo presentation, Siemens booth #1647.


THURSDAY, JAN. 30:

8:30-10:00 am: Driving Innovation through Proof-of-Concept Projects. Part of this session: Theft Identification with Smart Meter Data

10:30 am - noon: Innovative Approach to Develop Smart Grid Analytics Capability: Why Utilities Need to Get a Better Handle on Data Volume Before Making Use of Analytics. Part of this session: Big Data and AMI: Making the Most of Analytics

Read more at Smart Grid Watch Blog!