Our partner INDRA is going to attend the three-day event, one of the leading smart grid conference and exposition in North America
ROMEO project partner Indra will take part in DistribuTECH 2018, one of the leading electric power transmission and distribution conference and exhibition in North America. The event will be held from January 23th to 25th in San Antonio, Texas.
As an IT leader company and in charge of Work Package 5, Indra will have the opportunity to showcase Romeo project in North America. In this sense, the conference is a great chance to connect Romeo with representatives key players from the entire world.
During the event, INDRA team will distribute among the attendees information about the project, such as our objectives, phases, expected results, pilot test or consortium.
DistribuTECH is designed to showcase innovation in the transmission and distribution space, which is undergoing a big transformation as solar, energy storage and other forms of distributed energy resources have a growing presence on the grid.
The three-day event, which covers topics such as automation & control systems, energy efficiency, T&D or water utility technology, providesprofessionals the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the transmission and distribution industry.
The 15-track conference brings industry leaders from all over the world and gives them the opportunity to network, share knowledge and problem solving with worldwide utilities and product and service providers. The topics covered are relevant and timely, answering the current call of the market each year.
For the first time in its history, show organizers this year have a special section at DTECH, called DistribuTEXAS, where attendees can gather on the show floor for networking. The space is complete with a saloon where giveaways like T-shirts and gift cards will be doled out to winners of the social media contests and a corral for business meetings.
In addition, more than 520 companies fill the exhibit hall with information, products and services related to electricity delivery automation and control systems, energy efficiency, demand response, renewable energy integration, advanced metering, T&D system operation and reliability, communications technologies, cyber security, water utility technology and more.
Last year, DistribuTECH endes with more than 13,500 individuals from 77 countries attending, including qualified professionals from 326 electric, gas and water utilities.
Don’t forget to follow the event on Twitter! Join the conversation with the hashtag #DTECH2018 and talk about the project using #RomeoProject! See you in Texas!