Process Bus Applications Series

June, July, September, October & November 2022 10:00 - 11:00 CEST (Berlin)
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Webinar: Expert Workshop Series

Process Bus - see how to configure the applications

For substation protection, operation and maintenance engineers

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Date:              June, July, Sept, Oct & Nov 2022

Time:             10:00 - 11:00 CEST (Berlin)

Language:     English

Cost:              Free of charge

Learn how to configure Process Bus applications and see how we can combine sampled measurement values (SMVs) with conventional measurements for different protection schemes like transformer protection and line differential protection.


Join our technical experts Jose Malagon and Markus Kraft for their take on the latest on process bus technology.



  • How to configure the transformer application with Process Bus -14 June 2022 
  • Connect your line differential application in Process Bus with a conventional one - 26 July 2022
  • Create voltage selection and synchro check application based on Process Bus - 13 September 2022
  • Distributed fault recording based on Process Bus - 18 October 2022
  • Solutions for capacitor banks based on Process Bus - 29 November 2022



  • Learn how to configure Process Bus applications
  • Effective integration of Process Bus in existing power grids
  • Talk to our Experts 

We are looking forward to meeting you in this series of webinars!



Speakers and Moderator

José Malagón

José Malagón -  Speaker

After his graduation from National University of Colombia, José joined Siemens Colombia as design engineer, In his next assignment he was responsible to support the Siprotec 5 release in South America. Then he moved to Siemens Australia as Customer support team leader, now He is working in Siemens AG as promoter for topics related with Digital Substation and Power System stability. 

Markus Kraft

Markus Kraft - Speaker

As a technical sales specialist, Markus Kraft is promoting in context of Digital Substation, the process bus driven SIPROTEC5 merging-unit and fault-recording portfolio.

He is an electrical engineering technician in information technology, VDE certified power quality expert and Federal Office for Economic Affairs accredited energy auditor.

Markus joined Siemens in 1991. With many years of experience as an R&D project manager for the Power Quality software, he consults customers by designing individual grid code evaluation concepts.

Luis Francisco

Yelitza Rojas - Speaker

Yelitza Rojas works as part of the product portfolio consultant team of Electrification and Automation global business unit in Siemens Smart Infrastructure Headquarters in Nuremberg. She completed her studies in Electrical Engineering at the National University in Bogota Colombia in 1996 and received her MBA degree in 2010. She has over 25 years’ experience in protection and automatization systems for electrical substations including design, testing, and commissioning. In her current role she is applying her expertise to the introduction of new products and new technologies worldwide.

luis francisco

Luis Francisco - Moderator

Years after graduating from the Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC) as an Electrical Engineer, Luis moved to Spain to study an MBA in Energy at the Nebrija Business School. Later, he joined Siemens as a Sales Engineer for Electrical Protections and then work as Proposal Manager for Substation Automation and Protection Systems. In 2012, he moved to Germany where he has held different positions in sales, business development, strategy and service development, both in Nuremberg and Erlangen.



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Process Bus

Process bus involves positioning a merging unit close to the instrument transformer. The merging unit records the measured values of the transformers, digitizes them and sends them to one or more protection devices via a sampled measured values (SMV) data stream over fiber optical Ethernet.




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