The stage is set and the curtain is ready to be drawn in San Diego February 3-5 for the largest annual utility show in the U.S., DistribuTECH. This blog is your one-stop shop for information on Intel’s activities during the show so check back often for updates and schedules.
Intel will be on hand in booth 825 with information and insight on how new technologies can pave the way for a smarter, safer, more efficient energy grid. A speaker stage will feature expert presentations (see daily schedules below):
Intel Speaker Stage Schedule at DistribuTECH (CLICK to enlarge):
Tuesday, Feb. 3
Wednesday, Feb. 4
Wednesday, Feb. 4 (con't.)
Thursday, Feb. 5
In-booth demonstrations will showcase:
Intel® Security – Critical Infrastructure Protection See how to secure the Smart Grid Synchrophasor devices handling the C37.118 traffic.
Intel® Intelligent Secondary Substation – The IoT Platform for Large Scale Distributed Generation Learn how the Intel® IoT Platform enables Capex and Opex efficiency while increasing the security through predictive analysis essential for planning and responding to energy trends.
In addition, Kevin O’Donovan, director of worldwide energy sector sales for Intel, will be leading an educational workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 4:15 p.m. during the Utility Products Exposition on the Mobile Utility Worker of the Future.
In his presentation, Kevin will explore how the role of the utility worker is evolving. This workshop will specifically focus on how utilities can increase worker efficiency and return on investment with new mobile technology capabilities such as no passwords, no wires, augmented reality, touch, video/voice, and the effects of deploying such technologies in the real world.
You’re invited to come by the Intel booth to hear expert speakers and see technology in action, and attend Kevin’s workshop to find out how technology is enabling more intelligent, connected and secure business operations and addressing the energy challenges of today and tomorrow. We’ll also be tweeting from the show floor so follow @GridInsights for updates.
What are you most looking forward to seeing during DistribuTECH 2015?