The Next Best-Practice in Reliability

Exacter's 2nd Reliability Event will be on November 13-15, 2018 in Downtown Columbus!

 
THE JUNE CONFERENCE WAS SUCH A HUGE SUCCESS, WE ARE HOSTING A FOLLOW-UP CONFERENCE ON NOVEMBER 13-15th, 2O18 AT THE WESTIN GREAT SOUTHERN IN DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS.
 
"IMPROVING GRID RESILIENCY & EXPLORING PREDICTIVE RELIABILITY METHODS" (CEU CERTIFIED) WILL TAKE A DEEPER DIVE INTO THE USE OF PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS AND NATIONAL DATABASES FOR DEVELOPING NEW GRID RELIABILITY STRATEGIES.  
 
 
 
The Westin Great Southern in Downtown Columbus
 
 
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE!
 
 
Receive your required 1.5 Continuing Education Units (15 PDH) by attending this fast-paced, two-day interactive learning experience featuring cutting edge methods and technologies for improving reliability and grid resiliency.
 
Lecturers will be doing a deep dive into predictive methods and emerging technologies for improving grid resiliency.  Topics will include predictive vegetation management, designing your overhead for grid resiliency, principles of insulator flashover, predictive circuit targeting, live experiments and demonstrations at The Ohio State University High Voltage Power Laboratory, and much more! 
  
 
Pricing for November 2018 Reliability Event
(All registration types include food and beverage for the entire event.)
 
Registration Price: $1,295.00
 
Early Bird Price: $995.00 (Before October 20th)
 
Registration Price with No CEU/PDH: $695.00
 
 
To Register/Questions
Call:        614-519-1219, ask for Laura Israel, Conference Coordinator
Email:     [email protected]
 
 
Location
 
The Westin Great Southern
310 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215
Book Room Here
 
 
Schedule
 
November 13th, 2018
6PM - 8PM: Cocktail and Appetizer Reception in Private Dining Area
 
November 14th, 2018
8AM - 9AM:   Breakfast
9AM - 12PM:   Learning Sessions
12PM - 1PM:   Lunch
1PM - 3PM:   Learning Sessions
3:30PM - 5PM:   Hands On Learning at the OSU High Voltage Lab
5:30PM - 7:30PM:   Complimentary Dinner Downtown at Milestone 229
 
November 15th, 2018
8AM - 9AM:   Breakfast
9AM - 12PM:   Learning Sessions
12PM - 1PM:   Lunch
1PM - 2PM:   Learning Sessions
2PM - 3PM:   Final Remarks / Adjournment
 
 
Speakers & Topics
 
“The Economics of Grid Resiliency & Predictive Methods”
Dr. Richard Brown, Principal Engineer, Exponent
 
"Designing a Predictive Maintenance Program for Reliability Impact"
John Lauletta, CEO, Exacter, Inc.
 
“Optimizing Your Grid Condition Assessment to Maximize ROI”  
Michael Pluff, Executive Vice President, Exacter, Inc.
 
“Quantifying the Cost of an Outage” 
Alvin Razon, Senior Director Distribution Optimization, NRECA
 
“Designing Your Overhead for Grid Resiliency”
Gary Huffman, T&D Program Manager, Burns & McDonnell
 
"Improving Distribution Grid Resiliency to Lightning"
Jonathan Woodworth, Engineering Consultant, ArresterWorks 
 
"Electric Power System Grounding"
Steven Blume, Engineering Consultant, Blume Consulting
 
“Designing Your Substations for Grid Resiliency”
Jeffrey Keller, PE and Program Manager, Mesa Associates
 
Live Experiments & Practical Demonstrations of Equipment Deterioration
Dr. Stephen Sebo, Dr. Don Kasten | The Ohio State University
 
and MORE!