Plano, Texas (PRWEB) October 29, 2013
Optisense Network™ LLC, (http://www.optisense.net) a leading global provider of optical sensor-based solutions for Distribution Automation networks that enable the Smart Grid, announced today Stephen Prince, CEO of OptiSense Network, will be the featured speaker at the November 15, 2013 Tech Industry Luncheon sponsored by the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC) – the largest technology trade association in Texas, representing a quarter million employees through its 300 member companies.
OptiSense Network was recently chosen as the winner of the Emerging Company Innovation award by the Metroplex Technology Business Council for its outstanding growth performance and support of the North Texas technology community.
Global Opportunities in Smart Grid to be Explored
“Automating the electric grid has hit an inflection point – due to the rising use of renewable and distributed energy sources, electric vehicles, carbon emission standards and mandates for greater reliability,” says Stephen Prince.
“In six years, Smart Grid will be a $130B industry, requiring hundreds of thousands of IT, optical engineering, applications, networking and field professionals worldwide. North Texas stands to be a leader in this global industry.”
Hear Stephen Prince, a 25-year electric industry veteran, tell why, how and where the opportunities are by registering at: http://business.metroplextbc.org/events/details/tech-industry-luncheon-nov-15-2348
About Optisense Network, LLC™
Optisense Network, LLC (http://www.optisense.net) is a leading global provider of optical sensor-based solutions for automating electrical distribution networks to enable a Smart Grid. Its proprietary optical technology platform permits high-accuracy measurements of current and voltage-related data (including high frequency components) that enable network operators to improve distribution system reliability, efficiency, and control. Headquartered in Plano, Texas (DFW), Optisense’s 15KV, 25KV, 35KV, and 46KV sensor solutions are used by distribution utilities and operators in North America, EMEA, Asia, and Latin America seeking intelligence beyond the substation.