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Free Webinar: Modernizing the Smart Grid

The past two decades have seen rapid advancements in policy, technology and standards focused on modernizing the grid. The most important advancement, however, may well be in how the power industry’s thinking has evolved. Today, a holistic view of grid modernization’s ultimate goals and how to achieve them is taking hold. Join this webinar to learn about the smart grid, including the power industry’s shift to holistic solutions, new methods of distribution and the modern market orientation of the power industry. Attendees will also learn about IEEE smart grid course offerings.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understand grid modernization and the power industry’s shift from simply adding devices and systems to holistic solutions
  • Learn about optimal smart grid operations
  • Discover exciting smart grid course modules offered by IEEE

Speaker

John D McDonald, Smart Grid Business Development Leader, IEEE

John McDonald is the Smart Grid Business Development Leader for GE Power’s Grid Solutions business. John brings his 44 years of full-time work experience in electric power system automation to this course. John is a Life Fellow of IEEE, which he joined in 1971 as an undergraduate Electrical Engineering student at Purdue University. John was the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) President in 2006-2007, and has written 100 articles and papers and co-authored five books.

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Last Chance to Register for SMPTE ST 2110 Webinar

Register today for IEEE’s free webinar, What is SMPTE ST 2110 & Why Does It Matter? It’s happening at 12:00 p.m. EST, Tuesday, June 5, 2018. Learn everything you need to know to help your company make the most of this revolutionary standards suite. The SMPTE ST 2110 Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks standards […]

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SMPTE ST 2110: The Next Step in the IP Revolution

Internet Protocol (IP) technology is changing the landscape for broadcasting. As technology advances, broadcasters are able to process content more quickly and efficiently and deliver it to audiences in a more diverse range of environments. Widely-known IP-only content engines like Netflix and YouTube specialize in online video streaming and have been gaining in popularity in […]

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