This year’s EUCI ADMS & DERMS conference, Enabling the Utility of the Future, promises forward-looking, practical topics that will help electric distribution stakeholders understand the trials and tribulations involved with the implementation and maintenance of Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) and Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS) in today’s energy market. Attendees will learn how ADMS and DERMS offer advanced applications to manage the distribution network, handle increased physical and cyber security threats, address an aging utility infrastructure and workforce, and much more.
POWER is pleased to sponsor this timely event and we are excited to be part of the agenda.
Join Larry Wilke, IT/OT convergence manager, from 2 – 2:45 p.m., May 2 for “Why it’s too late to rely on the ADMS network validation – a realization to near real time process flows.”
In this session you will gain understanding of the expectancy of the source data in the ADMS workflows and the urgencies observed when data does not properly promote into the operator’s working displays. Although the modern ADMS has adequate validation, the source data is commonly validated immediately before energization. These last-minute quality processes put the data promotion teams in a scramble when error messages reject the changes to the system. Learn how to minimize the errors in the data promotion activities by moving quality controls into early stages of the design and build processes.