Place : United Kingdom, London
Contact Person:Sean Carroll
Description:This training programme will provide electrical engineering professionals new to IEC 61850 with a thorough and up-to-date understanding of the standard. Over the course of 3 intensive and immersive training days, participants will gain valuable insights into the foundational data modelling concepts, the IEC 61850 engineering process, and the latest methods for testing IEC 61850 systems. Whether you’re new to substation engineering or have years of experience with the traditional approach, Fundamentals of IEC 61850 will equip you with the crucial skills and knowledge you need to prepare for the future of substation automation. This year’s programme consists of 12 modules, each lasting 90 minutes and providing a combination of speaker-led presentations, group Q&A sessions and practical exercises. The training programme is strictly limited to 50 participants in order to ensure an interactive learning experience for all attendees.
Deadline for abstracts/proposals : 17th March 2020
Organized By :Smart Grid Forums
Keynote Speakers : Christoph Brunner, President, it4power, Convenor, IEC TC 57 WG10 David MacDonald, System Monitoring Lead Engineer, Iberdrola Richard Schimmel, IEC 61850 Certification Manager, DNV GL
Conference Highlights :Core concepts of IEC 61850 as well as the history and business case that led to its development. Engineering and configuration of IEC 61850 systems according to the guidelines laid out in the standard. Testing IEC 61850 systems using the latest testing tools and equipment as well as an introduction to cybersecurity for IEC 61850 systems.
Venue :Hilton London Olympia, 380 Kensington High Street, London W14 8NL, United Kingdom
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