The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) and NASA are inviting entrepreneurs and researchers to enter their ideas for transformative energy concepts into the newly announced NASA iTech challenge. The aim of the challenge is to identify innovative energy generation, storage, and distribution technologies that can provide benefits to life on Earth as well as space exploration. Through April 29, 2018, inventors and entrepreneurs can submit a five-page white paper on their concept on the NASA iTech website. A panel of subject matter experts from NASA and ARPA-E will review ideas submitted and select the top 10 finalists based on their relevance and potential impact. For more the ARPA-E press release, click here.
all-day NextGen SCADA Global 2020
NextGen SCADA Global 2020
Jan 27 – Jan 31 all-day
The 4th edition of the NextGen SCADA Global conference takes place 27 – 31 January 2019, in Berlin. This year’s programme will draw together 150+ participants to review 20+ utility implementation case-studies from leading TSOs[...]