You know that the emerging Smart Grid will impact many aspects of the design of all types of electronic equipment. There is only one Forum that brings it all together for electronic system design engineers: the Smart Grid Electronics Forum,

As a delegate you’ll hear from leaders across the breadth of Smart Grid technologies including:

* The latest developments on the IEEE P2030 and 802.15.4g standards committees

* Moving beyond the Smart Grid to the EnerNet and Personal Energy

* Security considerations for smart grid connected equipment

* Control and integration of smart grid connected equipment

* Communications options and remote enablement/disablement of equipment

* Handling new sources of electrical noise, changing over-voltage protection needs, how to make accurate and cost-effective ac current measurements, and other system design considerations

* Two sessions of Case Studies

You will find the complete program at:

Delegates will include:

* Electronic equipment system designers

* Circuit/systems design engineers

* Networking/embedded processing engineers

* Applications engineers

* Critical facilities designers/architects

* Smart grid product/system designers

* Utility engineers and executives

* Telecommunications power professionals

* Power converter designers

* Power quality specialists

* Research and development professionals

* Technical editors and industry analysts

You can register and join your colleagues at this event here: