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By: Francis Bradley, Vice-President, Canadian Electricity Association, firstname.lastname@example.org
On a daily basis, most individuals are exposed to electric and magnetic fields (EMF) generated by household wiring, lighting, computers and other electrical appliances...
By Michael A. Marullo, Contributing Editor
SCADA, GIS, OMS, CIS… the list of acronyms goes on and on. In fact, about ten years ago I wrote an editorial about the fact that there are so many acronyms we’ve had to start recycling them.
By: Martin Bass and Bob Fesmire, ABB Inc.
Distribution operations, like those at the transmission level, have undergone great change as a result of advances in information technology as well as external forces such as market restructuring.
By: Sean Doyle, muNet, Inc. and Scott Durham, Datamatic, Ltd.
The explosion of broadband networks in all facets of business has positioned IP-based technologies to be the dominant communications protocols. Broadband networks currently pass through 300 million homes in the US and Western Europe alone.
By: Scott Wooldridge, Citect Inc., ScottWooldridge@citect.com
In addition to securing the network, securing access to SCADA system components will provide a further defense layer.
By: Mark Michailuk, TUCIG Project Coordinator
The Transmission Underground Cables Interest Group (TUCIG) of CEA Technologies Inc. (CEATI) provides a forum for the exchange of information on transmission cable asset management and the establishment and promotion of techniques and tools for improving the management of fluid-filled and XLPE high-voltage underground cable systems.