Smart Grid Event Detail

Title Bentley Webinar: Transform the Electrical Grid with a Network Digital Twin
Location Web
Start Time 2020-04-29 11:00 (IST)
End Time 2020-04-29 12:00 (IST)
Description Join us for this complimentary ACCELERATE webinar session on how to Transform the Electrical Grid with a Network Digital Twin and understand how Digital Twins can help provide digital line of sight for better decision making. During this session, we will explain how our OpenUtilities Digital Twin Services working with AssetWise bring together ET, OT, and IT via a network Digital Twin that makes it possible to consider and use all the information required to manage and operate an integrated grid. During this session you will learn the following: The changing landscape of the utility industry, the challenges faced and how Going Digital is key to a more sustainable and resilient asset How Digital Twins can provide a single view of the plant/asset/network and generate insights to predict and improve asset/network performance How Bentley can address the need for a more flexible grid design to accommodate multiple energy sources including Renewable sources/DER SPEAKER: Vonnie Smith Vice President, Utilities Asset Performance Bentley Systems Vonnie Smith is vice president of Energy Infrastructure at Bentley, responsible for products, solutions and consulting to the energy utilities market. She joined Bentley in 2005 and has worked in leadership capacities related to asset performance, project delivery, geographic information system (GIS), utilities, and communications. Prior to joining Bentley, Smith was president and CEO of Cook-Hurlbert, having served in that capacity for over 20 years. During her tenure at Cook-Hurlbert, she focused corporate strategy and initiatives toward the company’s mission of providing software to the electric, gas, and water utilities industry. Cook-Hurlbert was subsequently acquired by Bentley and the company’s landmark product, Expert Designer, became the basis for Bentley’s OpenUtilities range of products. Smith has a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, with a specialization in electric power systems.URL : Please click here for Details
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