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Supply Chain and Asset Traceability for the Electric Grid

Tue, 13 Jun 2023 | Webinar: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST


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Supply Chain and Asset Traceability for the Electric Grid


This webinar will provide an overview of a new IEEE-EPRI R&D program to develop a framework for creating industry standards and supporting technology to create Smart Tags and a Digital Thread of information for electrical grid assets throughout an asset's life cycle.

Ultimately the vision is to enable any user along the supply chain to scan the Smart Tag and retrieve the Digital Thread traceability data in a standardised, useable format. Users will be able to perform real-time validation and automate the process of populating systems of record with high-fidelity data to support risk mitigation and analysis in a Digital Twin.

With the majority of the IEEE work groups supported by electric utilities and manufacturers in the USA, Locusview aims to encourage support and participation in the program by Australian proponents to amplify the impact of supply chain standardisation.

Locusview was born out of the need for asset tracking and traceability through a utility regulatory requirement issued in the USA - Alicia is a leading expert in the field.


Alicia Farag

Alicia Farag is the co-founder and president of Locusview and is currently leading the development and implementation of standards and technology for supply chain and asset traceability for the energy industry. She works closely with industry associations and standards organisations to bring new technologies to market. Prior to Locusview she worked as Program Manager at the Gas Technology Institute where she led the successful development and commercialisation of several technologies for material traceability, digital as-builting, and risk modelling. She has a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Illinois and an MBA in global energy.


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June 13 2023
Webinar: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST

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