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Substation Automation & Smart Grid Forum Brochure

S A S G 2011
4-6 April 2011 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Crowne Plaza Hotel
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welcome
It is a great pleasure to invite you to attend Substation Automation and Smart Grid Forum (SASG 2011) which will be held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 04 - 06 April 2011. The Executive Committee gathering a large number of local and

international professionals is working to make this forum a great success and most enjoyable. The host city, Jeddah is the central meeting place of the Middle East. The setting of SASG 2011 forum in beautiful Jeddah will provide a unique opportunity to explore the hottest areas of technology related to industry, academia, government, enterprise and other market segments from all around the world. In this idyllic setting, you will be able to network with friends, colleagues, customers and vendors. The forum committees will set up a high-quality technical program that will allow you to have a memorable stay in Jeddah. I invite you to mark this event in your calendar and to make your plans for taking part in the program. The program includes international speakers with extensive experience in Substation Automation and Smart Grid Technologies. The event allows you to meet the experts, managers and decision makers in many power utilities in the region.

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On behalf of SASG Executive Committee, I look forward to welcoming you in Saudi Arabia! Organizing Committee, SASG 2011

why SASG ?
This event will gather the leading scientific, industrial and utilities leaders in Middle East to forge partnerships and develop policies and strategies on energy efficiency implementation.
Why Smart Grid?
In principle, the Smart Grid (SG) is a simple upgrade of 20th century power grids which generally "broadcast" power from a few central power generators to a large number of users, to instead be capable of routing power in more optimal ways to respond to a very wide range of conditions, and to charge a premium to those that use energy during peak hours. Smart grid functions Before examining particular technology a proposal can be understood in terms of what it is being required to do. The governments and utilities funding development of grid modernization have to define the functions required for smart grids. But a modern smart grid must have 1. Be able to heal itself 2. Motivate consumers to actively participate in operations of the grid 3. Resist attack 4. Provide higher quality power that will save money wasted from outages 5. Accommodate all generation and storage options 6. Enable electricity markets to flourish 7. Run more efficiently 8. Enable higher penetration of intermittent power generation sources Features Existing and planned implementations of smart grids provide a wide range of features to perform the required functions as 1. Demand response support 2. Greater resilience to loading 3. Decentralization of power generation 4. Price signaling to consumers Technology The bulk of smart grid technologies are already adapted for use in grid operation. In general used in other applications such as manufacturing and telecom and are being smart grid technology can be grouped into five key areas: 1. Integrated communications 2. Sensing and measurement 3. Phasor measurement units 4. Smart meters 5. Advanced control and Power system automation

Why Substation Automation?


Substation automation (SA), if properly implemented, offers tangible benefits which can fulfill the requirements of reduce costs while simultaneously improving quality of supply. Benefit 1. Reduced Installation Costs 2. Reduced Operation & maintenance Costs 3. Reduction in Lost Re venue due to Outages. 4. Enhanced Functionality and Flexibility 5. Improved Asset Management

why you need to attend SASG?


Substation Automation & Smart Grid Forum looks at the technology and application of developing automation process, the Substation Automation & Smart Grid Forum brings together key local and international stakeholders to address the key issues:
Benefits of Substation Autom ation Prim ary Equipment in Substations Functions of Substation Autom ation Challenges in Substation Automation System Structure and Architectures Asset Management Support Wide Area Monitoring Control and Protection System Standards and Quality Definition Substation Autom ation Training Scope Design and Comm ission Technique IEC 61850 for Substation Autom ation Applications of IEC 61850 Outside Substations Phase Models of Substation Autom ation Guide to SA System Specification Dem onstration Softw are and Open Source Network Analyzer Softw are Strategy to Cope With The Fast Changing Technology Trends and Outlook of Substation Autom ation Environment Effect of Substation Autom ation

Who Should Attend


Autom ation professionals interested in using technology in their m achines, process applications or industrial facilities Engineering Contractors who are designing applications, plants and facility upgrades Engineering who need to gain experience and exchange inform ation about m aintenance, asset m anagement, advanced diagnostics, comm issioning, operation, generation, low and high voltage elements, project m anagement, consultation, planning, design, specification and standards.

You will meet Engineers from different utilities such as: SABIC, Saudi Electricity Company, ARAMCO, MARAFIQ, Ma'aden & Petro Rabigh

SASG sessions
Speakers include... Day 1
Dr. Alexander Apostolov IEEE Fellow OMICRON USA Session Title Opening Ceremony Smart Grid (I) Substation Automation (I) Advanced Protection and Control (I) Eng. Klaus Winter CEO Swedish Neutral

Session

1 2 3

Eng. Abdulaziz Al-Sultan Manager, Telecom Sys .Planning Div. SEC Dr. Wajdi Ahmed Technical Solutions Director, Smart Grid General Electric Eng. Bader Al-Shahrani Protection and SA Engineer ARAMCO Eng.Zaid AlChalabi Middle East Projects Manager BP Solar UAE Eng. Johnson Thomai Engineering Manager DAR Engineering

Day 2

Session 1 2 3

Session Title Smart Grid (II) Substation Automation (II) Advanced Protection and Control (II) Conclusions & Recommendations

Day 3

Demonstration & Training (Class I ) Demonstration & Training (Class II)

general forum information


Welcome Reception
The Forum will kick-off in the Crystal Hall on Monday, April 4th, as Corporation sponsors a special reception for forum delegates, exhibitors, media, and guests. Dont miss the opportunity to network and get your first look at the vast array of energy-efficient technologies, products, and initiatives.

Master-Class

Join your colleagues on Wednesday 6th, This master class will provide learning opportunity from well known manufacturers.

Registration Information
The registration fee includes admission to the plenary sessions and food functions. Online Registration Available at http://saudi-forums.com/SA10.htm Please note: Your registration form and payment must be received before 1 March 2011.

Hotel Information
All activities will be held at : Crowne Plaza Hotel- Jeddah Hotel Front Desk: 966-2-661 1000 Hotel Fax: 966-2-6606326 PO Box 10924 Jeddah 21443, KSA
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Please quote the Forum title and date when you make your booking. Accommodation is limited. Early booking recommended.

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Substation Automation and Smart Grid Forum (SASG 2011) combines keynote presentations from the experts regarding the Substation Automation, Smart Grid and Advanced Protection and Control in generation, transmission and distribution with the best practices and a series of detailed scientific and technical papers presented by senior academics and experts.

The discussion and exchange of ideas are expected to arrive at useful and constructive recommendations that will enhance the progress and development of advanced technologies in Electricity Industry in our region.

During three days of knowledge sharing including the master class, you will listen and learn from some of the most well known experts and gain exclusive insights into the upcoming trends in Substation Automation and Smart Grid applications.

Be part of this event to ensure your participation in the final recommendations that will be provided to all utilities in the region. Online Registration Available at: http://saudi-forums.com/SA10.htm S A S G

Thanks Registration Center, SASG 2011

SUBSTATION AUTOMATION & SMART GRID SASG FORUM 2011


4-6 April 2011 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Crowne Plaza Hotel
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