GIS Integrated Analytics for Preventive Maintenance and Storm Response

Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Refreshments: 5:30 to 6:00 PM
Meeting: 6:00 to 7:00 PM Earn 1.0 CPD Hours

Location: AEP Office, Conference Room 2C, 700 Morrison Road, Gahanna, Ohio 43230

Title: GIS Integrated Analytics for Preventive Maintenance and Storm Response

Abstract: As the Grid evolves, some are wondering what the role of GIS will be. GIS will define and maintain more accurate, complete network models and be an integral part of new Outage Management (OMS) and Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS). GIS will provide the geographical organizational aspects of Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Analytics (DA) capabilities. Whether it is analysis of networks or display of Key Performance Indicators, the results will come from time series simulations that much more nearly model real time network performance.

Presenter: John Lauletta, CEO, Exacter, Inc.
John Lauletta has been involved in electric utility measurement technology since 1975. John’s career includes ten years with American Electric Power as Measurements Manager, 14 Years as VP Scientific Columbus and most recently as CEO of Exacter, Inc. John holds engineering degrees from The Ohio State University and Purdue University and is the Past Chair of the Central Ohio Power Engineering Society Chapter of IEEE. John holds several patents in predictive failure technologies.

Please RSVP to Richard Smelker by email to rdsmelker@aep.com
Or by phone at 614-552-1697
by 1:00PM, October 21, 2013
IEEE PES October 23,2013 PROGRAM

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