The Outage Prediction and Modeling Conference will provide utility executives with a significant advantage to predict outages, prevent damage and restore power timely and effectively. The purpose of the conference is gain insight on implementing more proactive methods.
This premier marcus evans conference will permit attendees the opportunity to discuss strategies and benchmark best practices for emergency planning, OMS and outage data analytics, accurate predictions, meteorological factors and more.
- Utilise the model to spearhead activation plans, determine resource allocation and estimate location of damage to drive decisions
- Leverage data in combination with all assets through the Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Build damage assessment into models during an event for Estimated Time of Restoration (ETR)
- Cultivate reliability by evaluating the accuracy of prediction models
- Define the impact of an event with OMS and prediction data to activate the right resources within your Emergency Response Organization (ERO)
Key speakers include:
- Michael Berlinger, Project Specialist (Meteorologist) Emergency Preparedness, Con Edison
- Emmanouil Anagnostou, Ph.D., Endowed Chair in Environmental Engineering, Director, Eversource Energy Center, University of Connecticut
- Ed Kieser, Sr. Meteorologist, AEP
- Michael Jensen, Meteorologist, Environmental and Climate, Sciences Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory
- C. Adam Schlosser, Senior Research Scientist/Deputy Director, Center for Global Change Science/MIT Joint Program
- Patricia Nilsen, Director-Emergency Preparedness, Avangrid