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How does model-based system engineering — in particular ultra-high-fidelity Hardware in the Loop (HIL) digital twins — significantly de-risk and accelerate projects, eliminate microgrid control integration and interoperability issues, and deliver improved functionality and resilience?
Join Typhoon HIL in a discussion with:
Scott Baron, Sr. Systems Engineer, Raytheon
Ryan Smith, CTO, EPC Power
Andy Haun, CTO Microgrids, Schneider Electric
Scott Manson, Technology Director, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Qiang Fu, Technology Manager, Eaton
1. Introduction - How To Make Sure Your Microgrid Will Work
2. The Panel - What's the critical problem that model-based engineering solves for microgrid development?
3. Q&A with the audience at Microgrid 2019 - Part 1
Does Hardware in the Loop dive down to the level of fault current contribution by the inverters? Can you look at breaker coordination and make sure to have enough fault current to trip those over current devices?
4. What is Hardware in the Loop as it relates to model-based engineering and simulation?
5. Q&A with the audience at Microgrid 2019 - Part 2
6. Wrap up
COL (ret) Paul E. Roege, P.E. the Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Typhoon HIL, Inc. and a lifelong energy aficionado who is focusing on the role of energy in growing resilience from the community and regional levels to a national level.
H.G. Chissell is the founder and CEO of Advanced Energy Group
Matt Baker is the Director of Microgrids and Critical Power at Typhoon HIL, Inc.