The North American Synchrophasor Initiative (NASPI) Work Group Virtual Meeting and Vendor Show will be October 5-7, 2021. These three days will feature presentations from invited speakers and NASPI Partners who will share various aspects of synchrophasor systems, technology updates, data sharing challenges, real time simulation, data analysis, and exploration of high-speed measurements associated with inverter-based resources.
Our distinguished keynote speaker will be Dr. Renata Rubeša, Head of Support to the Power System Control at the Croatian Transmission System Operator Ltd. or HOPS. HOPS has almost 15 years of experience in synchrophasors, from PMU technology to WAMS applications and its use in the control room and they have used synchrophasor technology in major disturbances in the European interconnected system. HOPS is an essential service provider and obliged to follow the European Union Directive on security of network and information systems giving them experience in cyber security issues, application of measures and incident reporting methods.
Other meeting highlights consists of updates from the NASPI task team, NERC SMWG, WECC JSIS, IEEE, and the EIDSN.
Partnership opportunities: We are encouraging the partners to participate in the virtual NASPI Technology Partner Presentations. Each partner will have an opportunity to address the work group audience throughout the meeting based on the level of partnership procured. Partners, this is your opportunity to share your work, technological advancements, innovative ideas, and updates with the larger group which we hope will foster further networking and collaboration. Learn more here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in being a NASPI Partner.
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