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Panel 07 May 2024

"The use of intelligent design software and workflows is fundamentally changing the way utilities design, construct, operate, and maintain substations. Benefits of adopting this technology include improved safety, fewer issues during construction, and increased quality through standardization of designs. A growing number of utilities are exploring the development and use of digital twins for substations. Digital twins are virtual replicas of physical assets, integrated with real-time data and advanced analytics. They can enable utilities to gain insights into their operations, monitor asset health, predict potential failures, and improve decision-making. Panelists will discuss: • Why the industry shift to digital access to information is important for the safe and reliable operation of the grid moving forward • Key concepts and core principles concerning digital twins • How leveraging digital twin technology can benefit your organization during substation design, construction, maintenance, and operation • Practical advice concerning change management • The return on investment from use of digital twins"

Chairs:
Arnold Fry, Power Engineers, Inc, John Ballenot, Power Engineers, Inc
Primary Committee:
Substations
Sponsor Committees:
Substations

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