Experience GE at DistribuTech 2018

Visit GE at DistribuTECH 2018

Speak with our technical experts, explore, and learn about how GE's solutions address today's challenges and enable the transformation of energy networks. Visit us in booth 1529.

Digital twins microgrids Digital substations Asset performance management & analystics

Network
Digital Twins

DERMS, Microgrids
& Energy Storage

Digital Substations & Distribution Automation

Asset Performance Management & Analytics

Virtual Reality
Software Demos
GE’s Conference Schedule

Enter the world of Virtual Reality

VR world

Try one of our three VR experiences:

  • Outage Restoration Solutions – Test how fast you can identify system faults and restore power
  • Underground Network Resiliency – Experience what happens when underground transformers fail
  • Digital Substations – Learn how to unlock new business value in our virtual substation

Watch a demonstration to learn about our latest asset and operations optimization software solutions. From building a network digital twin and advanced distribution systems to workforce automation and analytics GE’s experts will show you how to transform your operations.

date time topic speaker description
Tuesday, Jan 23 12:00 Network Digital Twin John Chisum Unifying Geospatial & Operational Data with the Network Digital Twin
13:00 Advanced Distribution Jennifer Reeves & John Sell Situational Intelligence & Outage Restoration
14:00 APM & Analytics Dan Mooy Optimizing Grid Asset Performance Management
15:00 Digital Worker Seth Dunn Digital Worker: Optimizing Service Delivery for Utilities
16:00 Advanced Distribution Fred Wauquiez Harnessing Distributed Energy Resources for Grid Flexibility
Wednesday, Jan 24 10:00 Digital Worker Seth Dunn Digital Worker: Optimizing Service Delivery for Utilities
11:00 APM & Analytics Matt Schnugg Using Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Utility Operations
12:00 Advanced Distribution Fred Wauquiez Harnessing Distributed Energy Resources for Grid Flexibility
13:00 Network Digital Twin John Chisum Unifying Geospatial & Operational Data with the Network Digital Twin
14:00 Digital Worker Mike DiBlasi & Nathan Forbes Digital Worker: Advancing Inspection Systems with Drones
15:00 APM & Analytics Dan Mooy Optimizing Grid Asset Performance Management
16:00 Advanced Distribution John Sell & Jennifer Reeves Situational Intelligence & Outage Restoration
Thursday, Jan 25 10:00 Network Digital Twin John Chisum Unifying Geospatial & Operational Data with the Network Digital Twin

Attend GE’s Sessions during the conference. Hear from GE’s subject matter experts and industry thought leaders as they share their insights through conference presentations, panel discussions, technical meetings and poster sessions. GE’s conference participation is listed below

date time Session description
Monday, Jan 22 8:00 am - Noon Utility University Course (UU 202) A Primer on Next Generation in Big Data and Energy/Grid Analytics – Road to the Future – Anant Venkateswaran
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Utility University Course (UU 103) Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) with Advanced Applications – John McDonald
Tuesday, Jan 23 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm D0476 PPL Electric Utilities: Lessons Learned from Deploying an Automated Outage Restoration System – Avnaesh Jayantilal
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm D0456 Gaining Value from Enterprise Asset Analytics – Anant Venkateswaran – Session Chair
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm D0455 The Business Side of Mobility – Damon Dougherty – Session Co-Chair
Wednesday, Jan 24 10:00 am – 11:30 am D0458 Big Data Predictions of Storm Damage, Outages and Faults Lead to Less Down Time – Anant Venkateswaran – Session Co-Chair
10:00 am – 11:30 am D0461 Mobile Workforce Management – Damon Daugherty – Session Chair
8:00 am – 9:30 am D0552 Breakfast Roundtable – Real World Substation Automation – John McDonald – Session Chair
Thursday, Jan 25 8:00 am - 9:30 am D0457 Keeping the Lights On – Using Mobility to Improve Storm Restoration - Damon Dougherty – Session Co-Chair
8:00 am - 9:30 am D0471 North American Utilities Explain Advancements in Substation Automation Systems – John McDonald – Session Chair
10:00 am - 11:30 am D0454 Lessons Learned from Recent Experiences Designing Resilient Community Microgrids in New York State – Lavelle Freeman & Bahman Daryanian

We look forward to seeing you in San Antonio!

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