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Schneider Electric: Power System Performance Digitization and Actionable Insights Webinar - Thursday, May 28, 2020 | 2:00-3:00 PM ET

05/28/2020

In this webinar, we will explore how electrical distribution systems are rapidly becoming digitized as power equipment (such as programmable power analyzers, power meters, branch and multi-circuit meters, smart panels with communicating circuit breakers, protection relays, uninterruptable power supplies, active harmonic filters, capacitor bank controllers and electrical distribution thermal sensors) is being connected to software platforms at an unprecedented rate. Learn how Power Management Software Systems are adapting in this evolving landscape to turn the large volumes of complex data into actionable insights in simple, contextualized views. It’s all about simplifying electrical monitoring, alarming and diagnostics without compromising on sophistication. You can have the best of both worlds.

One-sheet Promo: Adapt to the evolving energy landscape as it becomes more digitized - it’s all about simplifying electrical monitoring, alarming and diagnostics without compromising on sophistication.

Speaker: Drew Latimer

Bio: Drew is an Offer Manager at Schneider Electric’s U.S. Digital Power division, responsible for the protective relay product portfolio.  He has been with Schneider Electric for 13 years having held roles in strategic marketing, product management, and engineering for metering and low voltage equipment product lines.  He has an MBA from Middle Tennessee State University and BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kentucky.

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Due to the large number of attendees participating in this event, we recommend you join the webinar 10 minutes early to ensure your audio connection is working properly.