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SDMyers’ Reliability Account Manager Chip Angus to present at AISTech 2019

May 06, 2019 |

Chip Angus, SDMyers’ reliability account manager, will present at AISTech 2019, in Pittsburgh, Penn., about the greatest risk to any form of steelmaking: an unreliable electric power supply.

Read More April 17, 2019
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Welcome to The Reliability Conference 2019!

May 06, 2019 | Seattle, Wash.

We at SDMyers are delighted to be an integral part of this year’s RELIABILTY Conference.

Come and say “hello” to us during the expo and check out our presentation on Wednesday, May 8. We have a lot to share with you. Let’s talk!

Read More April 08, 2019
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Alan Ross, SDMyers' VP of Reliability, discusses the IEEE "Smart Village" program

Tallmadge, Ohio

In this podcast hosted by Energy Central​, Alan Ross, of the Smart Grid Reliability Alliance, and Patrick Ryan, executive director of the IEEE Power & Energy Society​, discuss the IEEE "Smart Village" program (a volunteer-run humanitarian initiative), who it helps, and ways in which IEEE members can get involved.

Read More April 05, 2019
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SDMyers to present and exhibit at Reliable Plant 2019

April 16, 2019 | Cleveland, Ohio

The greatest risk to any form of a power or manufacturing facility is the power supply. From the standpoint of an electric power system, there are four critical asset classes in that system that are under stress: transformers, cables, breakers, relays and protective equipment.

Read More April 03, 2019
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Alan Ross, SDMyers' VP of Reliability, discusses the smart grid in this Smart Grid Reliability Alliance podcast

Tallmadge, Ohio

Alan Ross, of the Smart Grid Reliability Alliance, speaks to Patrick Ryan, executive director of the IEEE Power & Energy Society, about the grid edge, region-specific priorities of different areas of the world, the distinction between “reliability” and “resilience,” and the call for collaboration across the IEEE in this podcast hosted by Energy Central.

Read More April 03, 2019
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