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Typhoon HIL: Join us at the 2017 Microgrid & DER Controller Symposium organized by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory

As the transition to renewables and distributed energy generation is gaining momentum, manufacturers, and utilities alike are seeking new, efficient ways to design, analyze, integrate, test, and certify DER and microgrid control systems.

The only technology that can achieve this is high-fidelity, real-time controller hardware in the loop (C-HIL), yet many are still not fully aware of its capabilities and potential.

That is why we are delighted to invite you to the Microgrid & DER Controller Symposium which is organized for the very purpose of showcasing engineering capabilities of HIL and explaining ways in which HIL provides a fundamentally new way for utility distribution system engineers to do their work.

See first-hand how Hardware in the Loop (HIL) enables

Microgrid Controller testing and validation.

Make sure you attend a live demo of Typhoon HIL’s Microgrid Testbed with Eaton’s microgrid controller at 3:10 PM, where you will see how it addresses the challenges of designing, optimizing, testing, and certifying DER and microgrid controllers.

If you are interested in a more hands-on demo with a focus on your particular applications, drop by our booth in the HIL Showcase room: we will be delighted to show you how powerful and versatile our Microgrid Testbed is and what it can do for you. Moreover, you will be able to see for yourself the ease of use, the ease of setting up, and the unparalleled stability of a perfectly integrated hardware and software HIL system.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the Microgrid & DER Controller Symposium at the MIT Samberg Conference Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on February 16th!

Read more news about Hardware in the Loop cHIL on: Typhoon HIL

Hosted by MIT Lincoln Laboratory and Mass Clean Energy Center


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