Jan. 1, 2017
DistribuTECH 2017 will take place Jan. 31-Feb. 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif.

DistribuTECH 2017 will take place Jan. 31-Feb. 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif. The event draws industry professionals from electric, gas, and water utilities, providing them with more information and networking opportunities than any other annual T&D event. Now in its 27th year, the event is expected to attract more than 11,300 attendees from 78 countries.

Although DistribuTECH has historically focused on the power industry, water professionals will find relevant content and information as well - particularly those charged with managing assets, energy usage, metering programs, and mobile workforce solutions.

The keynote session will feature Geoff Colvin, Fortune magazine’s senior editor-at-large, who will share his views on how complex issues like the digital transformation are impacting the economy and, in particular, energy-related business.

On the exhibit floor, nearly 500 companies will showcase their latest products and services. Read on for our top picks.

For more information or to register, visit DistribuTECH.com.

Technology solutions

Verizon technology solutions connect people, equipment, and systems, helping utilities create more sustainable infrastructure that help improve productivity, streamline operations, and control risk. Verizon’s Grid Wide utility solutions leverage a managed, cloud-based solution that helps simplify grid modernization. It is a scalable, IoT platform-as-a-service program that helps utilities efficiently, cost effectively and remotely configure, monitor, manage, control, and read their systems and end points.



Booth 1731

‘Agility in Energy’

For U.S. utilities, it is vitally important to anticipate market trends to be able to address challenges quickly and at the same time capitalize on new opportunities. At Siemens, this is called Agility in Energy. With an install base of 1.4 million digital protection devices, 20 million intelligent managed meters, and 1,600 control centers worldwide, Siemens has a history of providing comprehensive solutions for utilities. The company offers a full range of agility-enabling products, solutions, and services.



Booth 3113

Communications network

Get more from your water system with the Sensus FlexNet® communication network. Working with smart meters and sensors, the powerful network securely transmits and receives customer usage data at over two times the power of competitive systems. You can use that data to proactively manage your distribution system. The Sensus two-way network lets you collect, deliver, manage and analyze data more frequently. Smart management of your system is the foundation for smart cities today and tomorrow.



Booth 3031

Smartphone-based asset management

Clevest’s latest version of its Mobile Workforce Management solution for utilities, version 5.3, includes smartphone capabilities in the company’s award-winning WorkBook mobile app, allowing Clevest to provide its software solutions on all types of devices on Windows, iOS or Android operating systems. Utility supervisors in particular will benefit from using WorkBook on smartphones to effectively manage their contractors and borrowed crews, which is essential in emergency situations. It delivers significant user interface enhancements, including special indicators and configurable order icons, saving and sharing of WorkSpace views, free text search, color-coded geofences and in-row editing of grid repeatables.



Booth 2007

Exhibit Hall Hours

Tues., Jan. 31: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Weds., Feb. 1: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Thurs., Feb. 2: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.