The T&D World staff roved the 2014 IEEE PES Transmission and Distribution Expo, finding the new products and interesting people. Here are a few of the best interviews from this year's show.
1. Young People and Women in the Utility Industry
Transmission & Distribution World magazine's Paul Mauldin interviewed Kelly Joeckel from ONCOR about women and young workers in the utility industry.
2. EDM Introduces Signature Phase Trakker
Paul Mauldin interviews Sam Jack from EDM International about the signature Phase Trakker, which provides ABC phase identification on transmission and distribution circuits.
PhaseTrakker (AP30) Phase Indentification uses GPS technology to continuously measure voltage phase angles at both the Field and Reference units, compares the angles over a wireless Internet connection and displays results on the Field Unit.
3. Leidos' Rick Shumard Reminisces About T&D World Editor Rick Bush
Rick Shumard, vice president of Utility Services at Leidos Engineering, discusses his most memorable experience on a European trip with Rick Bush, Editorial Director, of T&D World Magazine. Formerly part of SAIC – including the strategic acquisitions of The Benham Companies, R.W. Beck, and Patrick Energy Services – Leidos Engineering has a long legacy of providing engineering solutions grounded in applied science and technology expertise.
4. Southwire's Proof Positive Copper with Fernando Baldizon
Fernando Baldizon, Sr. Product Specialist of Proof Positive® Copper provides Transmission & Distribution World Magazine a product synopsis at the IEEE PES T&D 2014 Expo.
5. GE Digital Energy's Kerry Evans on 145kV GIS
Paul Mauldin of T&D World magazine interviews Kerry Evans, Director of Strategic Marketing at GE Digital Energy on the 145kV GIS product, part of the high-voltage portfolio.
Digital Energy, a division of GE, is a solutions provider and thought leader in the effort to modernize and optimize how we generate, move and consume energy. Its global team of more than 5,000 employees are inventing, improving and integrating communications, automation, and power delivery technologies to give the century-old electric infrastructure new capabilities, unheard of just a generation ago.