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YearTitleEvent/PublicationWritten PaperSlide PresentationComments
2020Optimising LAN Architecture For Improved Reliability And Resilience

CIGRE 2020 SC B5 Paper B5-214

RH44D

2018CIGRE SC B5 Contributions to Preferential Subject 2Paris Session

RH40D

RH41D

RH42D

RH43D

RH40P

RH41P

RH42P

RH43P

Resilient LAN B5_PS2_Q1

Time Synch B5_PS2_Q3

DUT B5_PS2_Q6

Audit B5_PS2_Q8

2017Changing our View Of The World

Key Note Speech
CIGRE Brazil
International Seminar on Policies, Incentives, Technology and Regulation of Smart Grids


RH39P
201712 years of history of IEC 61850 .. and plenty more to come
T&D Magazine Feb 2017

RH38D Part 1

RH38D Part 2



2017Experiences And Requirements For Commissioning, Troubleshooting And Maintenance Of IEC 61850 StationsCIGRE SC B5 AucklandRH37D

2017Quality Assurance requirements and experiences for GOOSE/SV configurationCIGRE SC B5 AucklandRH36D

2017

Quality Assurance requirements and experiences for GOOSE/SV configuration

CIGRE AU SEAPACRH35DRH35P
2016

State Of The Art of Asset Condition Monitoring Systems With IEC 61850

T&D Magazine Dec 2016RH34D

2016Completing the IEC 61850 substation – the need for meteringCIGRE SCB3 2016 Paper 214RH33D

2015NERC CIP – not Australian Law, but the benchmark for CybersecurityAustralian Utility Week
RH32P
2015Applying the right IEEE 1588 clock to achieve Sampled Value and Synchrophasor performanceCIGRE SEAPAC 2015RH31DRH31P
2015Requirements and Experience of Practical Secure Access Control and Management of Intelligent SystemsCIGRE SEAPAC 2015RH30DRH30P
2014Requirements and Experience of Practical Secure Access Control and Management of Intelligent SystemsAustralian Utility Week
RH29P
2014Requirements and Experience of Practical Secure Access Control and Management of Intelligent SystemsEEA NZRH28D

2013

Finding your GOOSE in the Substation

Australian Utility Week
RH27P
2013

Optimisation of CT/VT Arrangements and Improved Operational Response

CIGRE SC B3 2013 Colloquium
RH26P
2013

Avoiding ENTSO-E Experiences in IEC 61850 deployment (40 minutes)

Smart Substations 2013
RH25P
2013

IEC 61850 – Is it for Protection or for SCADA Engineers?

Smart Substations 2013
RH24P
2013

Avoiding ENTSO-E Experiences in IEC 61850 deployment (15 minutes)

CIGRE SEAPAC 2013
RH23P
2013

Limitations of Applying IEC 61850

CIGRE SEAPAC 2013
RH22P
2013

International Substation Automation and Smart Grid Developments

API Summer Schoolnot publicly available

2013

Technologies for Engineering the Smart Grid

API Summer Schoolnot publicly available

2012

“5-minute” System Restoration Using Remote Access and IEC 61850

CIGRE_2012_B3_PS1_03 RH19DRH19P
  1. eliminating physical I/O - digital and analogue to all relays - that is station bus and process bus - 
    1. protection IEDs: IEC 61850-9-2 IEDS
    2. eliminate the CT/VT wiring SAMU for existing CT/VT
    3. eliminate the primary plant I/O to CB etc switchgear interface
  2. providing a secure access unit for the technician to be able to be used securely from any PC or hand held device secure remote access system
2012Remote Access Solutions for IED ManagementCIGRE_2012_B5_PS2_04RH18DRH18Pproviding a secure access unit for the technician to be able to be used securely from any PC or hand held device secure remote access system
2012System Restoration with IEC 61850CIGRE_2012_B5_PS2_06RH17DRH17Peliminating physical I/O - digital and analogue to all relays - that is station bus and process bus -
  1. protection IEDs: IEC 61850-9-2 IEDS
  2. eliminate the CT/VT wiring SAMU for existing CT/VT
  3. eliminate the primary plant I/O to CB etc switchgear interface

2012

State Of The Art Asset Condition Monitoring Systems with IEC 61850

Techcon

RH16DRH16P

2011

Choosing and using IEC 61850 SCL files, process and tools correctly throughout the complete SAS lifecycle

CIGRE SC B5
Lausanne

RH15D


vendor-independant engineering tool


2011

Experiences of IEC 61850 Engineering  – Designing good systems the right way.

SEAPAC

RH14DRH14P

vendor-independant engineering tool

Operator and Test Interface

2011

IEC 61850 Edition 2 – what does it mean for the end user?

SEAPAC

RH13DRH13POperator and Test Interface

2011

Experiences in organisational development and specifying IEC 61850 systems

SEAPAC

RH12DRH12Pvendor-independant engineering tool

2010

From wires to datasets Case studies on Australian utilities organisation migration to IEC 61850

PAC World

RH11DRH11P

2010

What is IEC 61850

T&D magazine

RH10D



2010

Unlocking the real benefits of IEC 61850

T&D magazine

RH09D



2009

More, Faster, Less, Less - The Business Drivers for IEC 61850

iKnowledge


RH08P

2009

Engineering Process for IEC 61850

iKnowledge


RH07P

2009

More, Faster, Less, Less the business drivers for IEC 61850

SEAPAC

RH06DRH06P

2009

Engineering Process for IEC 61850

SEAPAC

RH05DRH05P

2009

Considering the Process Bus

SEAPAC

RH04DRH04P
  1. protection IEDs: IEC 61850-9-2 IEDS
  2. eliminate the CT/VT wiring SAMU for existing CT/VT
  3. eliminate the primary plant I/O to CB etc switchgear interface

2007

Establishing Sufficient Redundancy: Protection & Telecommunication

CIGRE Paris

RH03D



2007

Establishing Sufficient Redundancy: Protection & Telecommunication

SEAPAC

RH02DRH02P

2007

Utility Wide Migration to IEC61850

SEAPAC

RH01DRH01P


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