Tuesday, June 23, 2020
This Event is Free and For iTOA Customers Only
iTOA Ignite! Community Show and Tell
The iTOA Ignite! series will host mini 5-10 minute presentations. The webinar format gives us a chance to showcase unique enhancements that iTOA users have implemented in their own systems. It may ignite some ideas in your company.
iTOA Ignite June Webcast Agenda
Saving Log Entries as Auto-Fill Templates
Ryan Martin presenting on how Exelon uses iTOA to Save Log Entries as Auto-Fill Templates
Tracking Free Typed Equipment Name Entries using iTOA
Luz Ramos presenting on how El Paso Electric uses iTOA to Track Free Typed Equipment Name Entries.
Wayne Taylor presenting on how Duke Energy uses iTOA to track Storm Summary
Meet Our iTOA Community Speakers
Principal Operations Specialist at Exelon Utilies (EU) - Baltimore Gas and Electric
Ryan is a Principal Operations Specialist for Exelon Utilities (EU) – Baltimore Gas and Electric. He has over 13 years of experience in Transmission Operations with roles as an System Operator and in various support functions. He is currently the Business Lead on the EU Transmission Outage Application project which is consolidating all six Exelon Utilities operating companies Transmission Operations departments onto a single platform for Outage Scheduling, Switching Order Management, Substation Entry, Operator Logging, and Outage Event Reporting and Analysis.
Supervisor of Operations Engineering at El Paso Electric
Luz is the Supervisor of Operations Engineering at El Paso Electric dealing mainly with Real Time Conditions and outage preparation studies. She started as a Communications Engineer working to provide communications and SCADA to System Operations. Joined the System Operations team as a Power Systems Engineer in 2012 and worked on the receiving end of my previous job.
Sr. Business and Technical Consultant at Duke Energy
Wayne Taylor, currently a Sr Business and Technical Consultant supporting all 5 of Duke’s Distribution Control Centers (DCCs) and field resources with the iTOA application. Also support the Midwest (2 DCCs) and Duke Energy Carolinas DCC with their OMS and DMS/DSCADA applications along with numerous other support activities. Prior to this role and outside the DCC, I’ve worked as a Distribution Design Technician where I designed underground subdivisions and a Distribution Design/Zone Engineer where I worked with new and existing customers (Residential, Commercial and Industrial) for new services, relocations and upgrades. I then moved into the DCC/GM (Grid Management) as a DCC Operator, Grid Tech, Grid Engineer and then Sr Technical Trainer where I performed a number of duties ranging from dispatching, modeling and operating DSCADA equipment, troubleshooting and investigating events and situational issues/concerns, performing switching procedures, writing planned and emergency switching to training all new operators and existing operators as they move into the DCC as new hires and as operators progressing upwards.