TUESDAY, 15 MAY 2018


Strengthening your smart metering network device

10:00-10:45
Metering solar power

Harold Hayes, Chief Technology Officer, Landis & Gyr, South Africa

11:00-11:45
Historical and future perspective of using PLC based communication technology for Smart Meter deployments in Africa

Imraan Mohamed, Business Development  Manager, Actom, South Africa

12:00-12:45
Harnessing emerging LPWA-IOT technologies to extend network capabilities

Lawrence Juku, Executive Head Utilities Vodacom IoT, Vodacom, South Africa

13:00-13:45
Latest advances in strengthening the transmission range of electricity smart meters 

Mbae Ariel Mutegi, Chief Engineer: Network Audit, Kenya Power, Kenya

14:00-14:45
Utilising Near Field Communication (NFC) in smart metering devices

Yackov Dar, Managing Director, Power-C Metering Africa

15:00-15:45
Understanding the features of the STS Edition 2

Franco Pucci, Technical Consultant, STSA, SA

16:00
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WEDNESDAY, 16 MAY 2018


Exploring technical specifications and performance requirements in smart meters

10:00-10:45
Meter To Cash Plus

Abraham Ortega, Senior Consultant, Hexing Electrical, South Africa

11:00-11:45
Distribution automation: AMI, LPU,DTM

Matsotso Vuso, Managing Director, Nyamezela Group, South Africa

12:00-12:45
Application of the DLMS/Cosem standard in the African Smart Metering/Smart Grid Context

Juan Camacho, Managing Director, Andrea Informatique, France


THURSDAY, 17 MAY 2018


Energy Management

 

12:00-12:45
Effective utility data collection and management for large property portfolios – leading innovative solutions

Ilse Swanepoel, Head of Utilities & Environmental Sustainability, Redefine Properties, South Africa

13:00-13:45
The value of data visualisation in reporting and managing utilities and operations for large companies operating across many sites – leading

Kevin James, CEO, GCX, South Africa