Systems With Intelligence showcased its line of advanced thermal and visual monitoring solutions at the 2022 Duke Energy Regulated and Renewable Energy TechX Conference last month.
Held in Concord, North Carolina from August 23rd – 24th, the annual two-day conference focused on the latest products, services, technologies, and solutions designed and built for the power industry.
The Systems With Intelligence booth featured the TCAM2500 and IM500 Thermal and Visual Monitoring systems. The solutions enable utilities to remotely monitor the health and performance of critical infrastructure and high-value assets throughout the power grid, including remote substations, underground distribution systems, and wind turbines, as well as at oil & gas facilities.
“I was extremely pleased with the show and the conversations we had, both with representatives from Duke Energy and with leaders from across the power industry,” said David Campbell, Regional Sales Manager at Systems With Intelligence. “Returning to these types of events after more than two years is a great opportunity to meet with customers and to demonstrate first-hand the benefits of remote monitoring and Condition-Based Maintenance.”
Mr. Campbell was joined at the booth by local Manufacturers’ Rep Jake Rudisill & Associates. The team spoke with Duke Energy leaders, consultants, technical user groups, end-users, and Engineer, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) firms about the potential applications for thermal and visual monitoring solutions.
“There are a lot of ways that utilities can implement these systems to improve their operations, reduce their maintenance costs, and mitigate the risk of a failure that results in an outage,” continued Mr. Campbell. “I’d encourage anyone who is considering this technology to try it at one of their sites and experience the benefits for themselves.”
Attended by more than 150 Duke Energy suppliers, the TechX Conference brings together industry experts to share their experiences, collaborate on key strategic initiatives, discover new technologies, and discuss the opportunities and trends driving the industry forward.
Having established and grown relationships with Duke Energy in recent years, the Systems With Intelligence team was invited to the conference so that others within Duke Energy could gain a better understanding of the technology and learn how thermal and visual monitoring solutions can be used at their facilities.
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