SEGRITY has announced a three-year Mentor-Protégé agreement with Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business (formerly, GE Energy Control Solutions, LLC), through U.S. Small Business Administration’s All Small Mentor-Protégé Program (ASMPP). This relationship provides both SEGRITY and Nexus Controls the opportunity to bring back the manufacturing of hydroelectric parts to the USA, to provide customers with options to support their OEM Woodward mechanical governors, and together offer a broader range of products and services to the hydroelectric industry.
Segrity – Hydro Automation Events & Resources | Hydro Governors & Systems Details
HydroVision International, July 2019
The world’s largest annual hydropower event held in Portland, OR
SEGRITY was honored to welcome clients and international experts at the Hydrovision booth. Our team as engaged in authentic conversations ranging on ideas to support mechanical governors to how to use control systems to improve hydro power operations, efficiency and security.
SEGRITY displayed Woodward OEM refurbishment parts, hydraulic mechanical designs, and hosted a control system demo together with our Information System Security Officer (ISSO) Rearden Logic.
James Volk presented “Modern Control of Impulse Turbines to meet CASIO Ancillary Services Requirements and Support Work Force Changes – Case Study”
Please contact us if you would like a copy of the presentation.
HydroVision International, June 2017
The world’s largest annual hydropower event
SEGRITY was a proud sponsor and exhibitor at HydroVision International 2017 in our home town of Denver, CO (USA).
James Volk presented “Modernization of English Electric Distributing Valves in Tasmania” poster and ”A Modern Approach to Generator Stator Temperature Control on Load Following Hydro Generators” paper.
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