Proliferation of DERs and grid sensors creates new opportunities and challenges for distribution grid management. As you adjust your distribution management strategies, you must decide how to design your ADMS solutions and related work and asset management systems. Should you consider your ADMS as an extension of their SCADA solution? Or should you pursue a customer-centric network model approach that leverages proven technology to help integrate existing investments, as well as creating digital twins of new IoT edge devices, into a real-time operational model?
Join us for this free, live webinar sponsored by Oracle Energy and Water to hear how several leading utilities are taking a Model-Based Approach to solving distribution management challenges, gaining insight from data, and planning their DERMS journeys.
In this webinar you will learn how to further enhance the value of your existing investments through…
- Composable architecture for faster time to value.
- Customer-centric grid models to improve situational awareness, safety and reliability
- Digital twins models to combine traditional substation SCADA with other field SCADA and IoT edge devices for more accurate power flow state estimation
- Designing for scalability, flexibility, and simplicity
Matthew Stinnett, Manager of Electric Systems Engineering, Knoxville Utilities Board
Brad Williams, VP of Industry Strategy & Innovations Engineering, Oracle Energy & Water
Sameer Kalra, Director of Operational Technology Products, Oracle Energy & Water
This webinar is free to APPA members. Nonmembers can attend for $225.
September 15th, 2 PM - 3 PM EST
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This is a sponsored educational opportunity.