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Applying Industrial IoT for a Business-Ready Micro-Grid

The emergence of next generation distributed energy resources (solar, wind, battery) and storage technologies have challenged the capabilities of traditional, central-station power grid systems -- until now! Advances in embedded systems, analytics, machine learning and time-sensitive networking allow tightened integration, thereby digitizing the grid and addressing technical challenges previously impossible to solve.

This webinar will discuss new approaches to address operational challenges by integrating communications and control technology directly to the grid. Explore the IIC Testbed Program and learn how the award-winning Microgrid and TSN testbeds provide a rigorous testing environment for solving integration challenges in a multi-vendor, real-word environment based on industry standards (DDS, OpenFMB,TSN) and other emerging industrial IoT capabilities.
Recorded Jun 12 2018 52 mins
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Dr. Manjari Asawa, Wipro; Brett Murphy, Real-Time Innovations; Brett Burger, National Instruments
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