SEAPAC in now in its 7th edition and has become the go to regional conference on protection, automation and control. Since its inception in 2007 it has continued to grow and attract professional presentations addressing contemporary issues.
The South East Asia Protection, Automation and Control conference (SEAPAC) is hosted by the CIGRE Australia B5 Panel. The conference features a wide range of subjects, from traditional protection issues through to evolving technology deployment. Typically some 30-40 papers are presented, with several opportunities for open forum questions to be put to the authors from the audience.
The conference provides a unique opportunity to discuss technical issues and challenges in this space with professionals and experts who have real world hands on
In 2017 , the conference saw:
• 140 delegates
• 17 Exhibitors & Sponsors
• 37 papers
A successful history
In the past ten years the biennial SEAPAC has come to be known as the go-to event for industry experts seeking the latest technical expertise, collaboration and networking on protection, automation and control practices. This year’s conference in Sydney will continue to deliver on this expectation and feature technical presentations, with utilities, suppliers, consultants and education organisations all key contributors. We are expecting this popular event to continue to deliver the know-how and lively discussion attendees have become familiar with.
Who should attend
Protection engineers and technicians, telecommunication and network specialists and SCADA system specialists, as well as operations and maintenance staff.
Exhibitors and sponsors
Sponsors and exhibitors have supported this event well, as they have found a high number of leading technical experts in attendance across a wide range of the industry organisations, including the major Australian utilities. A range of sponsorship and exhibition options will be available.
Following delegate feedback, we are maintaining the same format as in 2017 including the informal ‘stand up’ networking dinner on the rst night. This ‘dinner’ is held within the exhibition space, providing delegates direct access to sponsors and exhibitors for the entire evening.