[SIPForum-discussion] Telecoms for Smart Grids - September 21-22, 2011

Kim Schofield ksdm at comcast.net
Mon Jun 27 14:04:23 UTC 2011

Telecoms for Smart Grids
The Future of Smart Grid Communication
21st & 22nd September, Marriott Hotel Regents Park, London

Sponsored by: Airwave Astra Broadband Services, Cable & Wireless, Sensus,
Silver Spring Networks 

Utilities Register for £699
Book before June 30th and save £100

Visit   <http://www.smi-online.co.uk/smartgridtelecoms7.asp>
www.smi-online.co.uk/smartgridtelecoms7.asp to secure your place

SMi’s Telecoms for Smart Grids will take place on the 21st & 22nd September
2011 and bring together European and International communications and
utility specialists to determine what communication infrastructure will
place the biggest role in the deployment of the future Smart Grid 

Make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about and
understand future communication priorities in this rapidly changing
landscape. Visit  <http://www.telecomsforsmartgrids.com>
www.smi-online.co.uk/smartgridtelecoms7.asp  to book your place today.

Hear from leading industry experts including:
•    Mark Ossel, Board Member, ESNA 
•    Marc Sauter, M2M Partner Manager, Vodafone
•    Neill Young, Smart Metering Manager, France Telecom/Orange
•    Jo Wright, Vice President, Smart Meters and Grids, BT
•    Anders Trana, Manager Business Renewal, Innovation Management,
•    Martin Kaiser, Director Roadmap Service Solutions (Fixed & Mobile),
Bouygues Telecom
•    Felipe Alvarez-Cuevas Figuerola, Project Manager, Endesa Distribucion
•    Dr. Andreas Breuer, New Technologies/Projects, RWE Deutschland AG
•    Noel Rushe, Telecoms Manager, Electricity Supply Board (ESB)
•    Ash Pocock, Head of Industry, Regulation and External Affairs for Smart
Metering, EDF Energy
•    Robin Hagemans, Senior Consultant Technical Automation & Telecom,
•    Eric van Aken, Telecoms Consultant, Alliander
•    Mark Simpson, ICT Manager, Central Networks, E-ON
•    Jimmy Lewis, Partner, Global Energy & Utilities Practice, Verizon
•    John Holland, Head of New Business Development and Innovation, RWCE,
•    Andreas Bentz, Smart Metering, Deutsche Telekom
•    Dean Keeling, Director of Smart Homes, British Gas
•    Gilli Coston, Head of M2M, Telefonica O2
•    Paul Brodrick, Business Development Director, Utilities, Cable &
Wireless Worldwide
•    James Pace, Senior Director, Silver Spring Networks
•    Armin Neumaier, Vice President Sales, Astra Broadband Services

To view the full speaker line-up and programme visit

Topics to be covered include:
•    Introducing Telecoms to the Smart Grid
•    Smart Grid Networking Standards
•    The Regulatory Challenges and Potential Barriers 
•    Wireless in Smart Grids
•    Data Collection and Assimilation
•    Current Connectivity Solutions 
•    The Regulators Role in Supporting the Industry
•    Ensuring Reliability and Efficiency
•    Introducing Telecoms to the Smart Grid
•    Practical Case Studies
•    Private vs. Public Networks

For more information and to book your place visit

Plus there will be 2 pre-conference workshops on 20th September 
•    Telecoms technologies and capabilities for Smart Grid deployments in
association with Everything Everywhere
•    Smart Grid operational Excellence and Transformation in association
with Ericsson

Booking information
Book before June 30th and save £100

Visit  <http://www.telecomsforsmartgrids.com>
www.smi-online.co.uk/smartgridtelecoms7.asp  to secure your place
Alternatively contact Gina Nesbitt on +44 (0)20 7827 6198 or
lecoms%20for%20Smart%20Grids\Emails\gnesbitt at smi-online.co.uk>
gnesbitt at smi-online.co.uk to avoid disappointment 

Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities
Exhibition space and sponsorship is limited. Please contact Peter Lines on
+44 (0)20 7827 6144 or  <mailto:plines at smi-online.co.uk>
plines at smi-online.co.uk to avoid disappointment 



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