"Convergence of Power and High Technologies"
Building Intelligent & Responsive Systems
The Electrical Power Symposium 2005 (EPS2005)
focuses specifically on issues related to the emerging opportunities
arising from the convergence of the power and high technologies
industry. The EPS series is the industry’s leading conference and expo
addressing the entire spectrum of issues relating to filling the gap
between the telecom/high tech and utilities plus how the two
technologies may work in a fully integrated way to create real business
Featuring Keynote Presentation from:
Vice-president, Power Production, SaskPower
Convergence of Power and High Technologies
theme of this year’s conference is "Convergence of Power and High
Technologies” and the program will include a variety of
presentations and discussions led by top industry leaders on the
subjects such as:
facing the Energy/Electricity Sector
High Technology and Power Convergence
Applications in Power Systems Communications in Power Networks and
of advanced communications technologies
in Power Systems
Protection in Power Systems
Energy Management for Consumers
Benefits of attending and learning:
Find out about emerging opportunities arising from the convergence
of power and high technologies - what the future is likely to hold.
Maximize your future potential by forming links with those that you
meet, with the aim of developing longer-term commercial or research
Learn how technology is helping utilities reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance reliability.
Address key issues, such as frequency regulation; voltage
regulation; incident response; remote operation, feeder protection;
real-time monitoring, security and demand control.
Follow what is happening in wireless (3G, CDMA, GPS WiFi and WiMAX)
communications and monitoring services in the utilities that are
into competition with fixed lines.
Discover how fiber optic
communications (SONET/SDH) and automation can facilitate distributed
Find out how LAN/MAN connected through the sockets in every wall to a
WAN strung between the high-voltage pylons that crisscross the
country can potentially eliminate the need for both data cabling and
What is broadband over power lines? How this technology can help
create the intelligent utility network where energy is delivered,
monitored and managed in real-time, on demand.
Who should attend?
CFOs, CIOs, COOs, IT Managers, Network Managers, Telecom Managers,
Energy Producers, Electric Power Executives, Utilities, Electric
Generators, Government Regulators, Marketing, Sales, Purchasing & Risk
Management, VCs, Universities, Consultants, Students, Engineers, and
others with interest.
Attendees may also register for the Thursday, October 13th
Algonquin College, and Field Visit to the
Optophotonics and Electrical Labs at Algonquin College, plus the
Energy Ottawa automated heritage hydro-generating facility at
and Sponsored by
Ottawa IEEE Power Engineering Society Chapter and Ottawa IEEE
Reliability Society Chapter in joint venture with the IEE Ottawa.
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