IEC TC 57 WG 10 Meeting in Paris, Saclay

Another IEC TC 57 WG 10 Meeting has taken place at the EDF campus in suburbs of Paris

Oct. 12, 2018, 11:58 a.m. | 1392 МЭК 61850 (STIE)

Last week Tekvel team participated in IEC TC57 WG10 meeting in the closest suburbs of Paris - Saclay, which was held in Électricité de France campus.

Tekvel engineers not only participated in development of the new documents of IEC 61850 series, but also had effective discussions with the representatives of international companies, which are involved in delivering IEC 61850 enebaled products and systems.

Also, preliminary plans to organize one of the future meeting in Russia have been discussed.

Stay tuned!

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