Thomas Rudolph

Thomas Rudolph

Thomas Rudolph is an alumnus of the Technical University Darmstadt / Germany where he received his engineering degree on Information Technology in 1986. He started his career as research engineer at AEG in Frankfurt/Germany working on substation automation systems and digital protection relays. Presently he is responsible for Innovation & Architectures within Schneider Electric Energy Automation after several carrier steps within R&D, product management, engineering, project management and marketing at Daimler Benz, ALSTOM and AREVA. Thomas Rudolph is member of national and international standardization bodies and study committees like IEC TC57 WG10.

Electric Utilities: Boost Communications Reliability with MPLS

An efficient, resilient communication infrastructure is key to utilities’ ability to control and maintain electrical power distribution and manage equipment in the grid. Success depends on a communication platform and… Read more »

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An IoT-Based Recipe for Future Substations

More than half of iPhone users in the U.S. upgrade their phone as soon as their provider allows it. That’s not surprising since we, as consumers, are constantly being offered… Read more »

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New Tools Expand the Reach of IEC 61850

Electrical power systems’ evolution toward a smart grid is spurring the growth of network automation on all voltage levels. The IEC 61850 standard is quickly emerging as the choice for designing… Read more »

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