COPA-DATA at DistribuTECH 2018: driving digital transformation with zenon
We are attending DistribuTECH 2018 in San Antonio, Texas from January 23-25. You will be able to find us at booth 1342, demonstrating power transmission and distribution solutions based on our intelligent automation software; zenon.
DistribuTECH is the leading annual conference to address new technology used in energy transmission and distribution across the United States. More than 520 companies are set to exhibit at the 2018 event, which will be supported by a comprehensive conference program.
A core topic at DistribuTECH 2018 is the advent of big data, analytics and visualization. Many utility companies are now re-evaluating their investment plans, to extract maximum value from their data and move towards forming the smart grid. To assist, we will demonstrate how zenon provides remote supervision, real time data visualization and predictive analytics as part of substation automation and distribution management systems. Visitors will gain insights into remote monitoring and control based on the integration of zenon and the cloud platform Microsoft Azure which allows for fast, simple access to company-wide information.
Software for smarter grids
“A consistent, quality supply of electrical power across the United States is vital,” explains Rainer Michelis, Managing Director at COPA-DATA USA. "Meeting this demand is always challenging, but new technology is making it possible. zenon provides the pathway for digital transformation, meaning the energy infrastructure will become more capable, reliable and interconnected. DistribuTECH is an important event for us to demonstrate the many solutions zenon offers the energy industry."
To find out more about our software solutions for smarter grids and to see zenon in action, visit us at booth 1342.
As a corporate member of the UCA International Users Group we are also presenting energy automation with zenon at their booth. So come and visit booth 3247 as well, and learn more about the IEC 61850 standards and grids of today.