Join us on November 13th with Chris Doerfler of 3DFS for pizza and a presentation on software-defined electricity
In the 1970s, software-defined electricity became widely available to shrink inefficient room sized computers to desktop PCs, opening up many markets that did not exist until that time. This improvement in computing technology laid the groundwork for the reliance on computers that we have today. Join us on November 13th for pizza and a presentation by Chris Doerfler of 3DFS on software-defined electricity and efficient use of electricity. This is a great opportunity to understand inefficiencies in traditional electrical systems and methods that can be used for better visibility, safety, and control.
3DFS is a vertically integrated technology development company based in Pittsboro, NC. This group of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs has expertise in Task Oriented Optimal Computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and electricity measurement and control. This expertise is used to build advanced model based measurement and control methodology for electricity in Real-Time.
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Tuesday, November 13th, 2018
5:30 PM (Social), 6:00 PM (Program)
Piedmont Service Group
1031 Nowell Road
Raleigh, NC 27607
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NCAEE Members and Friends
No cost for attendees
Piedmont Service Group is located off Nowell Rd, close to Carter-Finley and the PNC Arena.
- From I-40 East, take exit 290 for Chapel Hill Road and turn left onto Chapel Hill Rd (toward Raleigh). From I-40 West, take exit 290 for Chapel Hill Road and turn right onto Chapel Hill Rd (towards Raleigh).
- Turn left onto Nowell Rd.
- Piedmont Service Group will be on the left hand side of the road.
- Follow signs and NCAEE volunteers to the training room.
- If lost, call Phil Korest cell phone 919-627-5982 or Dale Cranford cell phone 336-553-7768