Webinar - Power Quality Analytics Service: How AI can help ensure reliable supply of your processes 

Available on demand 
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Detect disturbances in your power system before they impact your business

Date:              On demand

Language:     English

Costs:             Free of charge          

Energy change is a big challenge for industrial operators and utilities because of the increasing volatility of the power quality. At the same time, the application of power electronics leads to a higher sensitivity of technical processes against disturbances. Permanent monitoring in combination with a fast classification of events and abnormal states is crucial to detect disturbances at an early stage. With our Power Quality Analytics (PQA) service, Siemens PTI contributes to help customers avoid or at least damp the impact of disturbances on the reliability of supply.


Watch our on-demand webinar and discover:

  • PQA methodology and technical setup
  • Application examples and types of critical states
  • Live demo of PQA workflow

Webinar Hosts

Sascha Fischer

Speaker: Dr. Christian Blug

Department Head Power Quality & Earthing Studies

Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Principal Key Expert on Power Quality Analysis


Specialist topics: power quality, disturbance analysis, data analytics, grid protection, distributed generation, grid optimization


Christian has been working at Siemens for more than 20 years in the areas system planning, network protection as portfolio element owner, distributed generation as senior key expert and grid optimization (several patents). Currently, his main working focus is power quality and application of advanced data analytics methods on PQ.

Michaela Moenikes

Moderator: Michaela Moenikes

Communications Energy Automation


With her communications expertise and technical know-how, Michaela will guide you through this webinar session.


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