Power Reliability in 2020: Aim For Higher And Learn How To Save Thousands
Updated: Jan 27, 2020
Discover if drone inspections could be the answer to your utility's hardening and reliability efforts.
What does electricity hardening and reliability look like in the new year? Our look into this culminates with this online masterclass, brought to you two of our most qualified engineers to speak on the subject.
Lazen Power Engineering is supplying this webinar exclusively for the members and guests of AREA, the Alabama Rural Electric Association of Cooperatives. On February 18th, we will be live streaming from Orlando, Florida to members in the comfort of their own office.
About this Event
General managers, superintendents, and directors of engineering: you know your poles need attention. This is true whether they're five miles into the desert, in the ocean, or on top of a mountain. Mistakes happen, and you don't want your linemen to risk their lives when you have access to a solution. In this one hour seminar, Lazen Power Engineering addresses the common questions and potential benefits of this new technology to the power industry.
According to Navigant Research, using a drone can slash costs from $5,000 to $200 for a single transmission tower inspection.
Within this presentation attendees will learn:
What are the lesser-known risks with using drones for power-line inspections?
What can you reasonably expect to procure to begin a drone program?
How does this intersect with AI/AR technologies? What does the future look like?
And much more...
About the Speakers:
Mr. Issa has eleven years of transmission line industry experience involving civil and structural engineering from 12 kV to 500 kV. He has a broad experience from several perspectives including utility, engineering–procurement-construction (EPC) contracts, and as the engineering consultant. He has performed the designs and led a variety of transmission line utility projects starting from project initiation to closing and as-built stages. These projects included new construction, relocation, uprating, rebuilding, re-conductor of existing lines, installing switches, distribution PLS-CADD™ Modeling, FAA Aerial Lighting & Marker Ball (ALM) design, distribution danger pole assessment, and North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s (NERC) compliance projects. He leads projects and supports overhead engineering designs according to code and client standards.
Mr. Abedelkhalik is a highly motivated individual with a background in the electrical engineering field. Mr. Abedelkhalik is well versed in the areas of hardware and telecommunications engineering with a vast knowledge in semiconducting. He has acquired knowledge and hands-on experience in overhead powerline standards and codes, terminologies, design concepts, transmission line components, distribution equipment, PLS-CADD™ & PLS-POLE™ design, and structural analysis. With a background in Electrical Engineering and structural analysis, he will continue to grow his technical skills and exceed expectations. Aside from his engineering experience, Mr. Abedelkhalik is also Remote Pilot in Command FAA Part 107 certified.
How much is this event?
This event is free for all registered guests before February 17th, 2020.
How do I get in contact with Lazen before the event?
You can visit our website or email Danielle Adoghe directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lazen Power Engineering's greatest ability lies in delivering reliable and innovative infrastructure solutions to our clients’ challenges and needs. Our services we provide are transmission line engineering, distribution line engineering, distribution fire hardening, PLS-CADD™ hardening and reliability, construction management, and drone inspections. Our collaborative team includes engineers and business professionals who all share our vision of providing innovative solutions to our clients. Lazen Power Engineering is headquartered in Orlando, FL.