Microgrid engineering is evolving, and this presentation explores the future of digitization and automation within these systems.
Presentations and Discussion
Engineering is the heart and soul of the microgrid revolution. This session explores what advances are occurring now in microgrid controls, software & energy storage, and what do they foretell about the future of microgrid operations? Why is a systems approach to security & technology for microgrids and lifecycle operations important? And how might it change? How is AI and automation advancing and how might that influence microgrid offerings and performance?
Moderator: David Smith (Burns Engineering) Director of Energy Services
Alexandra Schwertner (Rockwell Automation) Advanced Energy Business Development Manager: The power of the Industrial Internet of Things combined with Advanced Energy Analytics: enabling innovative and sustainable microgrid solutions for tomorrow
Scott Manson (Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories) Technology Director: Resetting Complexity in Microgrid Controls and Protection
Kati Sidwall (RTDS Technologies Inc.) Simulation Specialist, Sales and Marketing: De-risking microgrids of the future with hardware-in-the-loop testing