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Augmented Reality in Leading-Edge Utilities Event Open New Window
EPRI Charlotte
July 27 - 28, 2015

How can Augmented Reality help utilities? The Augmented Reality for Enterprise Alliance (AREA), the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and the IEEE Standards Association will host the AR in Leading-Edge Utilities (ARLU) event, July 27 - 28, 2015, at EPRI Charlotte. The event will provide attendees with insights into the opportunities for reduced risk and improved performance through the introduction of AR-assisted workflows in the utilities industry.
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The evolving electricity sector is increasingly dependent on information technology and telecommunications infrastructure that ensures the reliability of the electric grid, making cyber/physical security and data privacy a critical priority for utilities. Cyber security measures must be designed and implemented to protect the grid from attacks by terrorists and hackers, while technology also strengthens the grid’s resilience against natural disasters and inadvertent threats such as equipment failures and user errors.

Substantive research can address emerging threats to an interconnected electric system through cross-sector collaborative studies on cyber security standards, business processes, and technologies that protect the grid. EPRI undertakes collaborative research in the industry to develop these grid technologies, best practices, and controls on data privacy.

 
 

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